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Tough Questions: Talking Straight with Your Kids about the Real World

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Tough Questions frankly and sympathetically examines the questions that challenge today's parents. It helps them explore their own most important values so they can clearly communicate those values to their children. Tough Questions lays a foundation for better understanding between parent and child.
ebook, 320 pages
Published June 4th 1991 by Harvard Common Press (first published 1991)
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Sheila Kitzinger M.B.E, M.Litt is a social anthropologist of birth and author of 24 books published internationally, most on the emotional journey through this major life experience. At Oxford in the 50s she discovered that the social anthropology of that time was almost entirely about men. She decided she would do research to discover what was important in women's lives, and focused on pregnancy, ...more
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