How to live with your teen-ager / Illus. by Lois Fisher.

New York : McGraw-Hill, [1953] .

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Subjects Adolescence.
Description 261 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Copyright Date [1953]
Notes Also issued online.
Contents pt. 1. Toward better understanding -- You needn't be at cross-purposes -- Your feelings are important -- The strivings that drive him -- It helps to know how troubles start -- In guiding your teen-ager: take first things first -- He doesn't have to obey that impulse -- part 2. They crave a new deal in sex education -- What every teen-ager wants to know -- Sex education is more than sex information -- Putting in what's been left out of sex education -- The other half of the human race -- part 3. Toward growing independence -- The little matter of big responsibilities -- If your child's adopted -- If you've been separated or divorced -- Let's not leave "emotional education" out of our schools -- With firmer step.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)260285
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WorldCat Identities Baruch, Dorothy Walter, 1899-1962.
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