Looks like it might be helpful to some:
T.E.A.R — Teens Experiencing Abusive Relationships
That’s from the most recent free e‑newsletter from Daughters, a marvelous publication/organization. Read the whole issue here (warning: PDF).
You can get a free copy of their print publication, too!
Yes, I like them enough to give them free advertising. From their blurb:
Finally, a newsletter
written just for
parents of girls…
“She’s only 10 and already worried about her weight.”
“How can I help her weather the storms of friendships?”
“She used to like math, but now says she’s not good at it”
“How do I talk to her about sex?”
“I’m worried about her– should I read her journal?”
If this sounds familiar, you’re not alone. Raising a girl today isn’t easy.
Daughters®, the newsletter for parents of girls, offers what you need.
Save time with short articles, jam-packed with the latest research and practical tools to improve communication with your daughter:
• understand her see-saw emotions
• gain her trust
• help her during the unpredictable
• enjoy special times as she blossoms
into a strong, confident young
Daughters tackles the tough issues:
• body image
• sexuality & dating
• friends & peer pressure
• alcohol and drugs and more
Every page is devoted to helping you feel better about parenting and helping your daughter become a self-assured young woman.
Think Mothering, in terms of passion for the girls in your life, without having as much of a particular political bent.
Oh. Wow. I just came across their book list for the first time. Honeys, do keep me out of bookstores, except the used ones, okay? Is there a way to block Amazon and the like at the router?
To the universe: why can’t we find the same kind of publication for parents/people concerned about boys?