Girls Just Want to Have Fun gives parents all the information that they will need to know about when talking to their daughter about various aspects associated with puberty. Whether you are a mother or father you will learn everything you need to know about the facts on puberty from your daughter’s perspective, what things your daughter is most worried about and gives parents the best advice and tips on how to take your daughter through puberty, whilst still maintaining a good relationship and that special bond.
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Dr Triece provides a straightforward guide for parents so they can talk to their daughter openly about all aspects of puberty. Girls Just Want to Have Fun is perfect for any parent who needs to know more about puberty, sex and relationships and how to deal with the worries of their daughter as she approaches, and goes through puberty. Don’t be one of those parents who have a fear when talking their daughter about periods, breasts, boys and all that comes with puberty. This e-book has it all as it has everything parents need.
This fantastic read supports parents and gives them the up-to-date knowledge, skills and confidence to start talking right away to their daughter. You will learn all you need to know so you can ensure your daughter is care-free and has a normal adolescent life as she prepares to become an independent young woman. Dr Triece has worked with parents and their children for many years, developing communication models to help in talking openly about all aspects of sexual matters. This brilliant read is an example of this and believe me after she has gone through puberty she will be so thankful you bought Girls Just Want to Have Fun’ so you could help, support and guide her through this difficult and confusing stage of her life.