Alex Hooper-Hodson - 52 Teen Girl Problems & How To Solve Them - Hachette Children's Group

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    • ISBN:9780750281034
    • Publication date:27 Mar 2014

52 Teen Girl Problems & How To Solve Them

By Alex Hooper-Hodson

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Agony Uncle Alex Hooper-Hodson reveals an interesting truth: in spite of being sent up to 2,000 problem letters per month, all of them can be boiled down to 52 basic problems for teenage girls and boys. This book gives positive solutions and strategies for how to solve all the core issues affecting teenagers today!

Agony Uncle, relationship expert, journalist and blogger, Alex Hooper-Hodson received upwards of 2,000 letters a month from teen boys and girls aged 12-16. All can be related to 52 core issues that affect teenage boys and girls today - from first sexual relationships, dealing with unwanted sexual attention, how to avoid Facebook mistakes, how drink, drugs and online gaming can affect your life - to the social and emotional aspects of family, friends and relationships. Through a 'Problem Page' format Alex explores the key issues that today's teens face.

Biographical Notes

Alex Hooper-Hodson writes the 'Teen Talk' column for the Daily Record and for six years was the agony uncle for Sugar magazine, responding to teenage questions and problems.

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  • ISBN: 9780750293013
  • Publication date: 12 May 2016
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