the Peers section, Sumant Pendharkar explains the good, bad and the ugly
aspects. His section on how to choose friends is excellent.
someone had given me a book like this when I was a teenager and I've
even learned some valuable tips from reading it 20 years late. This book
would make an excellent textbook. I'm pretty sure this book would open
communication between parents and teenagers if read by both and then
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message for teens is to take responsibility for their own lives and
realize that the choices one makes at 16 will profoundly impact life at
17, 27, 37, and so on...a valid message to take to heart."
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