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Author Greenspan, Louise.
Title The new puberty : how to navigate early development in today's girls / Louise Greenspan, MD, and Julianna Deardorff, PhD.
Pub Info New York, NY : Rodale, [2014]
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 West Yarmouth-Children's  PARENT 613.042 GRE     AVAILABLE
 Cotuit Adult Collection  612.6 GRE     AVAILABLE
 Nantucket-Adult Coll.  649.1 GRE     AVAILABLE
 Orleans-Adult Collection  613.04 GREE     AVAILABLE
 West Tisbury-Adult  YA 613.04 GRE     AVAILABLE
Descript xxvii, 244 pages ; 24 cm
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Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references (pages 231-238) and index.
Summary "The coming-of-age experience has changed dramatically, with girls maturing sooner than ever. But what happens when a girl has the body of a 13-year-old and the brain of an 8-year-old? Contrary to popular wisdom, early puberty is not merely a reflection of physical changes--it's deeply psychological, too, with effects that can put a girl at higher risk for behavioral problems and long-term health challenges, such as obesity, depression, eating disorders, and even cancer. The New Puberty is a reassuring, empowering guide for millions of parents--as well as teachers, coaches, pediatricians, and family members--by two notable experts in the field. Compiling original research and clinical experience, Drs. Greenspan and Deardorff offer practical strategies for supporting girls entering this complex stage of their lives. Readers will learn why girls are developing faster than they did a generation ago (it's not just environmental toxins); the potential physical and emotional consequences; how to tell if a girl has reached puberty early and what to do; and how to initiate and continue difficult conversations. Impeccably researched, comfortingly prescriptive, and a timely antidote to sensationalistic headlines, The New Puberty provides the roadmap to help young girls move forward with confidence, ensuring their optimal health and happiness for the future"-- Provided by publisher.
Contents Introduction: Welcome to the new puberty : is she entering puberty early? -- pt. 1: The causes of early puberty. Move over, Judy Blume : how we define puberty today ; Going on 17 : the potential repercussions of early puberty ; Nature versus nurture : an in-depth look at puberty prompters -- pt. 2: Strategies to help growing girls thrive. Is treatment necessary? : how to know when to medically intervene ; How to manage environmental risks : practicing the precautionary principle ; Lifestyle matters : establishing healthy habits ; "What is she thinking?" : inside the brain of a developing girl ; Don't have "the talk," start the conversation : building emotional closeness.
Subject Puberty.
Teenage girls -- Physiology.
Teenage girls -- Growth.
Teenage girls -- Health and hygiene.
Parenting.
Teenage girls -- Health and hygiene.
Parenting.
Teenage girls -- Physiology.
Puberty.
Teenage girls -- Growth.
FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS -- Life Stages -- Adolescence.
HEALTH & FITNESS / Children.
Add Author Deardorff, Julianna.
ISBN 9781623363420 (hbk. ; acid-free paper)
162336342X (hbk. ; acid-free paper)
9781623365981
1623365988
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