Teen girls. Ever since I announced I was having a daughter, all anyone talked about was what I would do through her teen years. Sure, teen boys can be wild and crazy, but teen girls are emotional, hormonal messes who hate their mothers and can't be understood by anyone. Or at least, that's what we often make them out to be. And that stereotype lets parents rationalize possible depression that's facing more young girls than ever.
It's not just little girls who are being affected by precocious puberty, but young boys who are developing pubic and facial hair long before they have lost interest in Legos. More » Post from: Mommyish Read Post
Guest 1: Evelyn Resh, author of The Secret Lives of Teen Girls. Topic: What your mother wouldn’t talk about but your daughter needs to know. Issues: The mysterious world of female, adolescent sexuality and how parents—especially mot... Read Post