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Jeanne Warren Lindsay shows that it takes more than love for teenage couples who choose to live together. In this book, she addresses a multitude of concerns and problems that teens face. · Earning enough, spending wisely, and enjoying
· In-Laws—Hassle or bonus?
· Children—Big changes from little people· Roles—His job or hers?· Having fun—Together and separately
Whether you're teaching a Better Relationships class, or you're working with teen parents who have already completed the Teens Parenting curriculum, the Teenage Couples Series is a great choice for you and for your students. Includes many quotes from teen couples already living together; quotes to reinforce the concepts presented.
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Jeanne Warren Lindsay is the author or coauthor of sixteen books for and about pregnant and parenting teens. Half a million copies of her books have been sold. Lindsay's books deal with teenage pregnancy, parenting, adoption from the birthfamily's perspective, and teen relationships. Her Teen Dads: Rights, Responsibilities and Joys was selected by the American Library Association as a Recommended Book for Reluctant Young Adult Readers. She lives in Buena Park, California.From School Library Journal:
Grade 10 Up?Money, career choices, children, and the sharing of household chores are just a few of the myriad challenges in today's marriages. Teenage couples, however, have the added complication of their youth and immaturity in coping with the demands of the adult world. Lindsay approaches the subject in a positive, helpful manner, offering clear advice in a conversational tone and through straightforward language. She draws on extensive interviews she conducted with young people who are married or living with a partner and quotes them throughout to illustrate various points. Caring deals extensively with making a relationship last, using many of the same tips and techniques outlined in books for older married couples and focusing on endurance and commitment. Coping presents the day-to-day aspects of family life: shopping, finances, baby care, domestic duties, etc. Both books end with case studies, annotated bibliographies of related works, interviewee data, and questionnaires. For all teens even remotely thinking about serious relationships.?Julie Halverstadt, Douglas Public Library District, Castle Rock, CO
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Book Description Morning Glory Press, 1995. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0930934865
Book Description Morning Glory Press, 1995. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110930934865