Raising a Daughter: Parents and the Awakening of a Healthy Woman

by Jeanne Elium

Hardcover, 1995



The often conflicting messages to women about women make the raising of girls a sometimes daunting responsibility. The continuing struggle for equality between the sexes may appear to be at odds with the obvious and the not-so-obvious differences between males and females. The Eliums help parents unravel and make sense of all this conflicting information. They address the unique challenge of the mother/daughter relationship, the confusion experienced by fathers, and the special needs of single parents. Going step-by-step through each stage of development, from infancy through the teen years and into early adulthood, this book is indispensable reading for new and experienced parents alike.


Celestial Arts (1995), 367 pages


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367 p.; 9.33 inches


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