Teens, food, and body image

Hirschmann, Jane R.; Zaphiropoulos, Lela
March 1994
Mothering;Spring94, Issue 70, p56
Presents guidelines for parents on dealing with their teenage children's concerns about food, their body image, parental attachments and changes in their appetites and eating patterns.


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