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Document Title: Teaching Our Daughters About Sexuality.
Personal Author: Bower, Don.
Publication Year: 2000
Abstract: This article provides guidance for parents on how to educate their daughters about sexuality. It highlights issues that parents need to address when guiding their daughters in understanding sexuality and sexual decisions. These issues include girls' physical changes, sexual intercourse, masturbation, handling peer pressure, decision-making, values, and birth control. It also provides information on what parents need to do during the education of sexuality.
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Document Title: Teaching Our Sons About Sexuality.
Personal Author: Bower, Don.
Publication Year: 2000
Abstract: This article provides guidance for parents on how to educate their sons about sexuality. It highlights issues that parents need to address when guiding their sons in understanding sexuality and sexual decisions. These issues include boys' physical changes, sexual intercourse, masturbation, handling peer pressure, decision-making, values, and birth control. It also provides information on what parents need to do during the education of sexuality.
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Document Title: Tips for New Parents.
Personal Author: Clark, Lois.
Publication Year: 2009
Abstract: Most parents have no formal training for their parenting roles. This tip sheet provides new parents with a basic foundation in parenting. Topics include normal growth and development, crying, bonding, and feeding the baby. It covers the topic of working and enjoying alone time, which are important issues for new parents.
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Document Title: Nurturing in Stepfamilies.
Personal Author: Recker, Nancy.
Publication Year: 2011
Abstract: This tip sheet focuses on the children in stepfamilies. Loss, loyalty, and a lack of control are the related issues for children. It emphasizes giving children space and time to acclimate to the new family situation. It is also important to listen to children and watch their behavior as well, especially if they are younger.
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Document Title: Quick Steps: Information to Help Your Stepfamily Thrive [Website].
Personal Author: McBride, Jean.
Engel, Margorie.
Kinne, Hanna.
Publication Year: 2008
Abstract: These tip sheets, provided by the National Stepfamily Resource Center, give advice on common issues that stepfamilies face, such as communication, sexuality, and getting to know stepkids. These provide a quick overview of common challenges that may cause problems in stepfamilies and give stepparents a general idea of how to handle situations that may arise in their new families.
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Document Title: Communicating with Your Teen.
Series Title: Principles of Parenting
Personal Author: Kerpelman, Jennifer.
Publication Year: 2013
Abstract: This tip sheet suggests strategies to reduce communication problems between teens and parents and describes effective communication tips to help parents talk to their teen about various tough topics.

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Document Title: Communicating with Your Teen: Negotiation.
Series Title: Principles of Parenting
Personal Author: Kerpelman, Jennifer.
Publication Year: 2013
Abstract: This tip sheet focuses on balancing the need to set limits with the freedom to explore independence as teens enter young adulthood and describes effective communication and negotiation strategies for collaborative problem-solving.
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Document Title: Communicating with Your Teen: Spending Time Together.
Series Title: Principles of Parenting
Personal Author: Kerpelman, Jennifer.
Publication Year: 2013
Abstract: This tip sheet includes ways to deal with unpleasant feelings when teens want to spend less time with the parent, activities that parents and teens can do together, and strategies to make the most of the time together.
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Document Title: Communicating with Your Teen: Talking About Sex.
Series Title: Principles of Parenting
Personal Author: Kerpelman, Jennifer.
Thomas, Laura.
Publication Year: 2013
Abstract: This tip sheet gives some facts about teens and sex and provides suggestions for parents on starting age-appropriate conversations with their teen about sexuality, continuing the conversation, and leaving the line of communication open. Myths and facts about teens and sex are listed, giving parents some conversation starters.

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Document Title: Communicating with Your Teen: Trust.
Series Title: Principles of Parenting
Personal Author: Kerpelman, Jennifer.
Thorsen, Phillip.
Publication Year: 2013
Abstract: This tip sheet describes what trust looks like between parents and teens and provides strategies to help build trust, communicate expectations, and repair broken trust.

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