How to Talk to Girls by Jonathan Toussaint
  

How to Talk to Girls

Written by Jonathan Toussaint
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RRP £8.99

Synopsis

How to Talk to Girls by Jonathan Toussaint

Talking to girls an exciting part of a boy's life - well, exciting and potentially agonising.This book gives a realistic picture of the challenges and choices that face boys today when they're talking to girls. Written by a highly experienced counsellor and educator, it provides a clear and informative guide to help boys through obstacles like shyness and awkwardness.Featuring 'uncut' individual comments from boys, this book links their ideas about their ability to develop girls as friends and looks at what is needed to further a friendship into a relationship. It's all about talking, listening and asking the kinds of questions that lead to healthy friendships and relationships. It's not rocket science!

About the Author

Jonathan Toussaint has been facilitating groups for men and boys for over 30 years, helping them address issues of gender, sexuality and communication. Jonathan practises as a counsellor and educator and currently serves as the Executive Manager for Interrelate Family Centres. He directs the company's sexuality education program at which more than 30,000 students and family members participate each year.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
180 pages
Interest Age: From

Author

Jonathan Toussaint
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Publisher

Allen & Unwin Children's Books an imprint of Allen & Unwin

Publication date

1st March 2011

ISBN

9781742371948


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