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Table of Contents Introduction XX Part One: Respect on the Inside 1 What Respect Means to You The 7 Respect Basics XX The Dish on Disrespect XX You Get What You Give XX 2 Your Mind Believe You're Worth It XX Get to Know Yourself Better XX Tune in to Your Feelings and Needs XX Talk to Yourself with Respect XX Have Confidence and Courage XX Learn from Mistakes XX Make Changes XX 3 Your Body Real Beauty XX Making Body Choices XX Develop Your Assets XX 4 Your Media IQ Popular Fiction XX Teen-Girl Magazine Editors Tell All XX Take Back the Media XX Part Two: Getting and Giving Respect 5 Family Communication 101 XX Barely Relating XX Sibling Sore Spots XX Find Supportive Adults XX 6 Friends True Friends XX Disrespect Dilemmas XX Saying Good-bye XX 7 Relationships The Three Magic Words XX Know What You Want XX Heart-to-Hearts XX Devoted to Drama? XX Breaking Up XX 8 Sex It's a Choice You Make XX Pillow Talk XX When It Doesn't Feel Right XX Part Three: Taking Action 9 Deal with Abuse The Facts XX Don't Blame the Victim XX Caught Up in Dating Violence XX Family Secrets XX It Happens: Sexual Assault XX Trauma and Healing XX 10 Defend Yourself Find and Show Your Power XX How to Say No XX Street Smarts XX 11 Fight for Your Rights at School Feeling Held Back XX Explore Your Options XX Harassment and Discrimination XX Standing Up XX Working Girls XX Stop the Rumor Mill XX The New School Spirit XX 12 Spread Respect Girl on a Mission XX Get Involved XX Change Your World XX Make Your Voice Heard XX You Can Do It! XX About the Authors Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Teenage girls -- Psychology.
Teenage girls -- Conduct of life.
Self-esteem in adolescence.
Interpersonal relations in adolescence.