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Teen Love on Relationships

A Book For Teenagers

by Kimberly Kirberger

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Teen Love on Relationships by Kimberly Kirberger
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    Oct 1999, 371 pages

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However you feel about love, this book will show you that your feelings are okay, and most important, that you are not alone.

To love oneself is the beginning of a life-long romance.
- Oscar Wilde

Love is such a mystery — sometimes painful, other times glorious, always challenging. This book will guide you to understand and sort out your myriad feelings and experiences.

However you feel about love — love it, hate it, wish you knew, wish you didn't, or feel too scared and confused to even try to find out — this book will show you that your feelings are okay, and most important, that you are not alone. In it you'll find letters from other teens and Kimberly's responses to their questions, concerns and confusion and you'll get a wide-ranging perspective on love and relationships.

Kimberly receives hundreds of letters a week from teens addressing every possible concern - love, sex, drugs, parental problems, cliques, fitting in - and through this communication, Kimberly has developed an empathy that teens throughout the world sense from her work on Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul.

First and Foremost:
You Gotta Love
Yourself!


Each relationship you have
with another person reflects the
relationship you have
with yourself

To love oneself is the beginning of a life-long romance.
- Oscar Wilde

Before we get started with relationships, let's take a look at the most important relationship we will ever have..., the one with ourselves.

When asked if they like/love themselves, most people would respond with a quick yes. However, were they to examine their feelings further, these people would come to the same conclusion that I have. I am my own worst enemy. I would not tolerate anyone treating me the way I treat myself. I would leave the room or hang up the phone if anyone dared to say the things to me that I say to myself. I second-guess myself, lecture myself, judge myself and sometimes even punish myself. As for compassion, I tend to save that for my friends. At least that's how it used to be. My approach to myself is improving because I have ...

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ASHINTON

THIS IS A GOOD BOOK I WOULD LIKE TO BUT ONE OF YOU BOOKS

kristin

This book is to good. Every girl and boy should get this book!!!!!! Its good for the soul ha ha.

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This book is good for my age. It motavets my soul.I have never Had such an inspiring book for my age. I love it.!!

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The book was so wonderful. It made me laugh, cry and think. Definately a great book. Everyone should go out and buy it!

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