Facing The Facts: The Truth About Sex And You
  • Facing The Facts: The Truth About Sex And You
  • Facing The Facts: The Truth About Sex And You
  • Facing The Facts: The Truth About Sex And You
  • Facing The Facts: The Truth About Sex And You
  • Facing The Facts: The Truth About Sex And You
ISBN: 1600060153
EAN13: 9781600060151
Language: English
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 0.4" H x 8.8" L x 5.9" W
Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

More changes occur in your body and brain during puberty than during any other time in your life. Puberty marks the beginning of big changes in your relationships with your parents and with the opposite sex. It's a wonderful and exhilarating time because you're finally becoming an adult, but it can be a stressful and overwhelming time, too. If you don't understand what's happening to you, or why, ages 11 to 14 can be downright scary. Facing the Facts was written to give you all of the information you need to understand exactly what's happening to your body during the years ahead and why God planned it to happen just that way. You'll learn about: * The role of puberty in the development of sexuality * How girls' and boys' bodies change, both inside and out * Exactly how a woman gets pregnant and gives birth * Why God wants you to save sex for marriage * Love, dating, and how relationships mature * Tough answers to some tough problems Your body and its sexual nature are beautiful and exciting gifts from God that He wants you to understand and appreciate. Reading Facing the Facts and talking about it with your parents will help you be ready for the coming physical changes, equip you to handle the sexual pressures you'll encounter throughout your life, and give you a better understanding of God's perfect design for sex.

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   Great book and was recommend by pastor
Great Book, and was recommended by Pastor. Depending on how old you are, I would first leave it and read some stuff out. A fantastic book that uses Scripture and Science.
   Overall great book - one problem area
This is a great book for teens in general. I plan to have my children read it once they are 12-13. In addition, I disagree with the section on circumcision as a nurse. This book says that circumcision can be healthier, which is false. Almost all of the men worldwide are actually intact. No public health organization on the Earth recommends routine infant circumcision. The book also fails to mention any of the functions of the godskinn that have designed all mammals for a reason. My husband is from Europe, where circumcision is virtually unheard of. I wish that the authors would update this information. It is easy to carry out some basic research and realize that it needs to be updated.
   A perfect book for this topic.
They make all the natural things you see in this part of life understandable and help you see that they are normal. They also put it well from a Christian perspective and promote purity.
   Great Ideas
This book was very helpful in describing the talk. It is written from a biblical perspective and explains God's design for sex.
   this is somewhat like pornography for children
I really appreciate the effort. As my husband put it, however, this is somewhat like pornography for children. I bought two of the books in the series and found the material to be graphic and sometimes inappropriate. My teens do not need a description of Sexual sex to know that it comprises oral intimacy outside of marriage. And my 10 yr old does not need to know that an adult gets pleasure from touching a child's genitalia. Pediatric boundaries should be healthy, without disturbing them.
   Just what I was looking for
I have all 4 books, I have a 12, 10 and 5 year old. I gave my older child book 3 to read himself and give him book 4 when I feel ready. I like knowing that I give them the tools they need to live in this world.
   Great Godly view on why kids should wait.
It explains things in a way that a child can understand without making it awkward for both child and parent.