7 edition of The Sex Lives of Teenagers found in the catalog.
July 31, 2001
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
Packed with examples and sensible and practical advice for parents of pre-teens and teenagers, To Change a Mind is an essential guidebook for parents seeking to make their lives — and the lives of their children — richer and more fulfilling, as the family navigates together the potentially treacherous seas of adolescence. The author of the New York Times bestseller Cinderella Ate My Daughter offers a clear-eyed picture of the new sexual landscape girls face in the post-princess stage—high school through college—and reveals how they are negotiating it.. A generation gap has emerged between parents and their girls. Even in this age of helicopter parenting, the mothers and .
“Lynn Ponton has written an engrossing adolescent coming of age novel that spans centuries, yet stays passionately in each present moment, seamlessly connecting the political with the personal.” The Sex Lives of Teenagers “If you really want to know what teenagers think about sex, this is the book to read.”. Anyone interested in the lives of today's young Americans should read this book." --Jeffrey Jensen Arnett, author of Emerging Adulthood: The Winding Road from the Late Teens Through the Twenties " Forbidden Fruit is an iconoclastic book that shatters the sexual pieties of the religious right and the secular left.
Sex Lives of Australian Teenagers presents over a hundred of their responses in their original, unedited form - some of them funny and poignant, others startling and disturbing. Technology in the lives of Teenagers Kevin Palmieri Friday Sept. 26, ENG 4U Ms. Murray Introduction Technology in the lives of teenagers: for better or for the worse? According to Jake Willard, an established English teacher at West Mount Secondary School, “Teenagers now are far more obsessed with technology- they cannot be without their.
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if you're looking for sordid stories of sex, this is not the book for you. If, on the other hand, you're interested in the societal pressures affecting teenagers, gender roles among young people, and the way a psychiatrist treats high risk youth, this is a very interesting book/5.
The Sex Lives of Teenagers is a major step on the road to understanding what so many people simply dismiss as incapable of being understood - the teenage mind. I consider this book required reading for all parents of adolescents/5(10).
Home» Library» Relationships» Sexuality» The Sex Lives of Teenagers. The Sex Lives of Teenagers. By Lynn Ponton, MD Last updated: 14 Jan ~ Author: Lynn Ponton, MD. The Sex Lives of Teenagers: Revealing the Secret World of Adolescent Boys and Girls Lynn Ponton, Author Dutton Books $ (p) ISBN.
The sex lives of teenagers: revealing the secret world of adolescent boys and girls by Ponton, Lynn E. Publication date Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files. IN COLLECTIONS. Books to : This is an interview from the Contra Costa Times from Wednesday, September 6, with the author Lynn Ponton about her new book "The Sex Lives of Teenagers".
(ISBN X) To locate and order this book online from a local independent bookstore useor contact the publisher directly: Dutton, Published by the Penguin Group at. Get this from a library. The sex lives of teenagers: revealing the secret world of adolescent boys and girls. [Lynn E Ponton] -- "Dr.
Lynn Ponton, a psychiatrist who specializes in counseling troubled teens and their parents, provides readers with the rare opportunity to step into the therapist's office and hear what teens. This, at least, is the label used by the publisher of Sex Lives of Australian Teenagers, Joan Sauers's bulky book about how teenagers get off, when and with : Emily Maguire.
"To know what teenagers think about sex, this is the book to read." - Michael Thompson, author of Raising Cain; "Superb Offers an eye-opening view of adolescent sexuality." - Library Journal; "A fascinating foray into the often tumultuous sex lives of teenagers.".
The result is internal pressure coupled with a curiosity to have sex at a young age without considering its implications. While some of the latest stats show a decrease in teens having sex, it is important to note that the numbers are still high, especially among those engaging in oral sex.
A fascinating foray into the often tumultuous sex lives of American teens. Based on her extensive psychiatric work with adolescents and their parents, Ponton (Psychiatry/Univ. of California) reveals and analyzes the intimate thoughts and actions of dozens of : Lynn Ponton.
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PDF, ePubs, MOBI, eMagazines, ePaper, eJournal and more. Sex Lives of Australian Teenagers presents over a hundred of their responses in their original, unedited form - some of them funny and poignant, others startling and disturbing.
Sauers' analysis of the survey responses is compassionate and non-judgemental; she believes teenagers can only develop healthy sexual attitudes when they are able to. The secret sex lives of teachers after a long day trying to get teenagers excited about reading "Heart of Darkness," teachers at least deserve to let loose by writing about sexy vampires and.
“Beautifully written, engaging, and insightful, Not My Kid advances our critical understanding of the complex tensions, contradictions, and paradoxes parents decipher as they make sense of the sex lives of their adolescent a Elliott invites readers to think critically about the revealing stories of parenting and family life that give life to this relevant book Price: $ Not My Kid: What Parents Believe About the Sex Lives of Their Teenagers User Review - Staff - Book Verdict.
Elliott (sociology, North Carolina State Univ.) examines parents' attitudes toward their teenagers' sexual identity and finds that parents equate sex with dangerous and risky behavior, which in turn.
From the Book: "The Sex Lives of Teenagers" by Lynn Ponton, M.D. ISBN X Ten Tips for Parents: Talking with Your Adolescent about Sex. Speak directly with teenagers about sex, using simple language to describe both feelings and activities.
The discussions need to start early. If you wait to address sex until your child is. Includes bibliographical references (p.
) "Dr. Lynn Ponton, a psychiatrist who specializes in counseling troubled teens and their parents, provides readers with the rare opportunity to step into the therapist's office and hear what teens have to say about their sexual : In her new book, "American Girls: Social Media and the Secret Lives of Teenagers," Sales, a contributing editor at Vanity Fair, zeroes in on how the typically fraught teenage years have become.
Teenagers have sex. While almost all parents understand that many teenagers are sexually active, there is a paradox in many parents' thinking: they insist their own teen children are not sexual, but characterize their children's peers as sexually-driven and hypersexual/5.
Adolescents have sexual lives and they need parental guidance to navigate through the risks involved in sex and to make safe choices, said Dr. Lynn Ponton, a UCSF professor of child and adolescent psychiatry and author of the new book: "The Sex Lives of Teenagers: Revealing the Secret World of Adolescent Boys and Girls" (Dutton publishing.
According to psychiatrist Lynn Ponton in her book The Sex Lives of Teenagers (Plume), "Teenagers often intuitively understand that their sexuality .The sex lives of teenagers.
As part of my research for my book, The Sex Lives of Teen-agers, I had the opportunity to speak with hundreds of teens about what their sexuality means to them Author: Lynn Ponton.