A counsellor of teens for nearly thirty years based in Colorado, USA, Elizabeth Clark was driven to create this book for parents - so that they had something they could pass on to their teen and (ideally) have a tool for initiating discussions on sensitive topics. In her research with teens and their world, she became even more aware of how things have changed for teens in the last ten years. Internet access to porn with its emotional disconnection in sexual encounters and distorted depictions of sexuality has lead to a whole range of disturbing consequences.
In this important book, Elizabeth has devised a unique and very effective approach that speaks frankly to the younger reader without condescension or judgement. She has created a nineteen-year-old girl as the book's narrator. She warns and educates in a style teens will read far more readily than conventional, nonfiction self-help books. In this way, her narrator discusses privately and openly what she has learnt about attraction, feeling sexual, setting limits, abusive situations, respecting yourself and much more.
About the Author
Steve Biddulph is one of the world's best-known family psychologists - with books published in 23 languages. Steve and Shaaron together combine skills in nursing, psychology, science and social work, and have talked to over 100,000 parents worldwide.
"Elizabeth Clark is the very best sex educator in the world. Her writing on this subject knows no peer. She is especially interested in what parents can do during the sexual awakening years of their children." --Steve Biddulph "This is the book I wish I had when I was a teen. Entertaining, honest, informative and empowering, [it] demystifies love, sex and everything in between." --Daria Snadowsky, author, Anatomy of a Boyfriend