Author(s): Girlfriend Magazine
We all agree that being a teen can suck sometimes. Sure, parents can be useful, but there are probably some questions you cringe just thinking about asking, and topics more awkward than your dad's dancing.
Which is exactly why this book exists. It's the book YOU asked for, with all the info you said you wanted.
We've picked the best of all our GF advice features (spoiler alert: it's totally normal for your boobs to be different sizes). Plus, we got heaps of experts to give us deets on everything - doctors, psychologists, relationship experts, eating disorders specialists and everyone in between.
We talked to heaps of our readers too, coz knowing other girls have gone through the same thing can be quite literally life-changing (especially if they have some handy tips!).
So trust us: it's going to get a little bit easier once you open this book. Promise.
Contents: Chapter One: Changes - The feelings, the freak-outs and all the physicals; Chapter Two: Your Body, Your BFF - You're with it 24/7, so good body image is essential!; Chapter Three: The (Other) BFFs - Make-ups, break-ups and finding your true friends; Chapter Four: Identity - Discovering who you like and who you are; Chapter Five: Love etc. - Guys and girls and ALL the feels; Chapter Six: Sex Stuff - Everything you need to know (and all the totally awkward things you're too embarrassed to ask); Chapter Seven: Head Space - The chapter dedicated to the stuff in your head that is more common than you think; Chapter Eight: Check Yourself - Your need-to-know guide to all the big health checks; Chapter Nine: Get Help - Because you never, ever have to go through anything alone; Acknowledgements and References
As a multi-award-winning brand, GIRLFRIEND is an innovator, always delivering a fresh, witty and fun mag that readers love. But, most importantly, they take teens seriously and are always on their side. GIRLFRIEND gets how stressful teen life is these days with juggling school, friends, family, boys - and status updates. They know how terrifying body freakouts are, and that getting your celeb crush to follow you on Twitter is just as important as getting your first kiss. They know because they've been there, and now they want to share their knowledge with teen girls everywhere.