9780060974022

Don't Stop Loving Me

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  • ISBN13:

    9780060974022

  • ISBN10:

    0060974028

  • Edition: Reprint
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2010-03-15
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publications
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Summary

Mothers today must raise girls in a vastly different environment than they themselevs experienced. In this practical book, Dr. Ann Caron first discusses what is happening to girls' bodies and minds in this maturating period and then raises issues that affect mothers and daughters daily: trust, dependency, sex, peers and friends, competition, alcohol and drugs, discipline, and much more.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments ix
Introduction: Why Mothers and Adolescent Daughters? 1(6)
1. "Don't embarrass me, Mother." Adolescence Begins
7(18)
2. "I got my period." The Adolescent Body: New Feelings About a Daughter
25(14)
3. "Don't worry, it won't happen to me." The Adolescent Mind
39(20)
4. "Don't you trust me?" The Dilemmas of Trust
59(22)
5. "Where's Dad?" An Influence or an Observer?
81(18)
6. "You won't let me do anything." Mother's Limits and Daughter's Demands
99(20)
7. "I'm too fat. Look at my thighs." A Woman's Body: Never Good Enough
119(20)
8. "Everyone is fighting for popularity." The Importance of Friends
139(18)
9. "But I only had half a beer." The Alcohol and Drug Scene
157(18)
10. "Forget it, I don't want to talk about sex." The Real Generation Gap
175(20)
11. "I like to talk with my mother." A New Appreciation of Each Other
195(16)
12. And into adulthood The Meaning of the New Relationship
211(4)
Notes 215(7)
Index 222

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