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Dating for Teens

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ISBN-10: 0028639995

ISBN-13: 9780028639994

Edition: 2001

Authors: Susan Rabens

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Book details

List price: $12.95
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 1/7/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 288
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.748
Language: English

The Playing Field
The Teen Scene
How Life Has Changed and How It Has Not
Today's Teen Scene
The Free Society
School Daze
Future Shock
Friends to the End
Modern Times
The Car
Money Makes the World Go 'Round
The Family Circle
Hi, Tech!
Sex and Love
Teen Dating in the New Millennium
Everyone into the Game
Get Ready, Get Set, Go!
The Same Place, a Different Time
It's Still the Same Old Story
Am I Just Out of It?
Let's Sort Things Out
It Really Is a Game
The Fundamentals of the Game
It's a Game--Not a Race
Know the Score
For the Love of the Game
Your Relationship with Relationships
Defining a Relationship
What Are the Components of a Relationship?
Why Have Relationships?
Relationships Have Their Own Lives
"Real-ationships"
You Already Have Experience with Relationships
Relations with Relations
Relationships with Former Relationships
You've Got a Friend
You Have a Relationship with Yourself
Building a Relationship
Knowing Yourself
Knowing What Kind of Friend You Want
Knowing What Kind of Friend You Want to Be
Questioning Your Friendships
Friendships and Communications
The Gift of Gab
The Art of Listening
Making Friends Who Are Different Than You
Sustaining a Relationship
Changing Relationships
The Dating Game
Asking for a Date
Getting Up for the Game
Defining a Date
This Is a New Relationship!
We Have a Match!
Asking Her Out: The Male Perspective
Asking Him Out: The Female Perspective
Being Asked Out
The Varieties of Dates
Dating in the Twenty-First Century
What Do You Expect?
Who Pays?
Dating: The Wide Varieties
The Couple's Date
The Double Date
The Group Date
Party Time
The Big Dance
Hanging-Out Dates
Knowing What to Do
The Date Begins
Identify the Dating Basics
Learn the Fine Art of Communication
Casual Conversation
Directed Conversation
Laugh and the World Laughs with You
Mind Your Manners
What to Do When the Date Is Done
Keeping Things Going
Momentum: Setting the Date in Motion
Including Friends in Your Date
Putting Your Date First
Fitting In
Meeting the Parents
Wearing Your Heart on Your Sleeve
Recognizing the Signs of Attraction
Saying Good Night: The End of the Date
Getting Serious
Thinking About Getting Serious
"I'll Take Romance"
Time Together
"Going Steadily"
Going Steady
Coping with Conflict
Getting Through Arguments
Breaking Up Is Hard to Do
It Ain't Gonna Be Easy
How Does It End?
What Are the Danger Signs?
How Do You Stop Going Out?
When You're the Dumped
When You're the Dumper
What Do You Do Now?
What Have You Learned?
Training for the Dating Game: Your Behavior Is You
The Search for Your Identity
Being Up for the Game
Looking at Yourself in the Mirror
It's Not Just How You Look
Know How Others See You
Like What You See
Knowing Your Role in the Family
Independence Day
Seeing Yourself as a Person
Seeing Yourself as a Boyfriend or Girlfriend
Your Values and Passions
Choosing Your Role Models
Developing Principles
Achieving Maturity
Developing Responsibility
Looking to the Future, but Living in the Present
Feel Free to Dream
Reality Testing
Choosing a Direction
Sharing and Privacy
Knowing When It Feels Right
Dealing with Your Emotions
Trust and Honesty: The Bedrock of Emotional Stability
The Truth About Honesty
The Key Element of Trust
Coping with Jealousy
Dealing with Anger and Letting Go of Grudges
Don't Hold It In and Seethe
Explode
Resolve It
Hold Grudges
Doing Away with Guilt
Avoiding Obsession
Getting a Handle on Anxiety
Moodiness
Handling Depression
Looking at the World Through Cynical Eyes
Going for the Joy
Making Decisions
Why Are Decisions Important?
How Do You Make Decisions?
Gathering Information
Processing Facts
Forming Conclusions
Making the Decision
Can You Live with Your Decisions?
Decisions Are Agreements
Adaptability
Can You Change Your Mind?
Parents: Your Own and Your Date's
Abiding by the Rules of the House
Why Rules Are Necessary
Discuss the Rules
Now Negotiate
Learning the Rules of the Road
Complying with Curfews
Handling Criticism
What if They Don't Like Your Partner?
Developing Better Relationships with Your Parents
How to Get Along
Ten Ways to Communicate
Advanced Plays: Love and Sex
Falling in Love
What Are the Different Kinds of Love?
Crushes
Puppy Love
First Loves
Romantic Love
Is It Love?
What Does It Mean?
The Strength of Love
The Fragility of Love
What Does Love Tell You About Yourself?
Staying in Love
Discovering How to Stay in Love
Keep Building Your Relationship
Care for Each Other
Lust for Knowledge
Self-Exposition
Keeping Tabs
Love Changes You
Sexuality and Sex
What Is Sex?
Gender
Physical Characteristics
Physical Intimacy
Is Sex a Natural Part of Dating?
Is Everyone Doing It?
What Happens to Your Relationship After Sex?
It Intensifies
It Diminishes
Is Your Relationship a Partnership?
Ready or Not?
Know the Difference Between Love and Sex
Time to See if It's Time
How to Know if You Are Ready
How to Say "No"
Enjoy Your Decision
Remember the First Time
Behave Responsibly and Maturely
Know the Score: Be Carefull
For Every Action There Is a Reaction
Preventing Pregnancy
Preventing Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Knowing the Truth About AIDS
Facing Pregnancy: What to Do When Birth Control Fails
Termination
Delivery and Keeping the Baby
Delivery and Adoption
Facing the Emotional Consequences of Sexual Activity
Lessons Learned
Appendix
Bibliography
Index