Sunday, April 10, 2011

{New Give Away ~ What Teenage Girls Don't Tell Their Parents}

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When it comes to parenting, teenage daughters can be one of the most challenging stages for many parents. It often makes parents feel confused and distressed with the behaviour of their teenage daughter which seems to switch from "sweet child" to "monster" over night without warning or explanation.

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Michelle Mitchell, Author of "What Teenage Girls Don't Tell Their Parents"

My incredible and insightful friend Michelle Mitchell has worked closely with teenage girls for the past 10 years including through her charity Youth Excel and recently released her book in March, "What Teenage Girls Don't Tell Their Parents" which reveals snippets of their "true" private lives and innerscapes they don't wish to reveal to their parents. But in doing so it also provides parents with helpful advice and useful tools in how to work with your teenager so that it creates most importantly a "happy" teen and overall "happier" relationships at home and within school.

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I'm excited to announce that I have available one signed copy of "What Teenage Girls Don't Tell Their Parents" and if you would love to be part of this Give Away simply leave a comment below. Entries close midnight on the 30th of April (AEST). We are happy to post this worldwide so all entries from overseas are more than welcome.

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If you feel you want or need a copy NOW please visit Michelle's Website to purchase online or alternatively you will find it available in most good bookstores. Also find further media on her book release via visiting here.

Have a wonderful week all & happy parenting.

Lou xo

Images 2, 3 & 4 by Louisa Janke

6 comments:

  1. What a great idea for a book! It sounds fabulous, I would love this book as I plan on starting a family in the very near future (maybe) & it would be great to have a book like this to be 'in-the-know' & be prepared for those 'teenage years'...

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  2. My daughter is 3 going on 13, so I need this book already, and in prep for later on!

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  3. Hey Lou...What a beautiful write up! How lovely of you. Hoping the book goes to a mum who really needs it. Will be in touch. Michelle

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  4. sounds like a great book...you need all the information you can get at this stage. it's definitely not easy. i've been through it and come out the other end. i think if i went through it again i wouldn't worry as much.
    cheryl x

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  5. With a $450 phone bill sitting on my kitchen table along with a 21st birthday invitation which both belong to my 14 year old daughter, I could sure use some tips on approaching these subjects with as much tact as possible. She's a very sensible girl but sometimes its her hormones that respond in our discussions and not her beautiful mind and heart! Perhaps Michelle's book could ease my woes & give me a helping hand.

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  6. I so need this...my daughter started High School this year and has become quite withdrawn and won't confide in my like she used to do. She no longer wants to talk and has become quite sulky. I know it's probably just a faze but I am a bit worried about her and don't really know how to handle the situation.
    So different to parenting two teenaged boys and I will take any help/advice I can get :)

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