“But Mom, it’s not the same as when you were a teenager….”
Your daughter is right. Never before have teenage girls been so inundated with the idea that sex is a natural part of teenage relationships. The media, the Internet, and your daughter’s peers reinforce this myth daily. In fact, the majority of teenage girls will experiment with sex. And never before has the price tag of teen sexual behavior been so high–disease, depression, and a distorted view of self.
This is a book of hope and empowerment.
The good news is that you can use the challenges your daughter faces today as catalysts to help her develop a sacred view of sex and of herself. Your daughter will make critical decisions during her adolescence and those decisions will have lifelong consequences. But you, as a mother, can have enormous influence over your daughter if you are prepared. “Mom, Sex Is NO Big Deal!” will arm you with information and strategies to help your daughter arrive at a place of wholeness as she makes decisions about how she will behave sexually during the most vulnerable period of her life.
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|Title of eBook: Mom, sex is NO big deal!|
|Release Date: 07-28-2010|
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|Publisher: The Doubleday Religious Publishing Group|
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Title: Mom, sex is NO big deal! July 8, 2012 I recommend this book for those raising teenagers, those who work with teenagers, teenagers and young adults.
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July 8, 2012
I recommend this book for those raising teenagers, those who work with teenagers, teenagers and young adults.
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