The years between childhood and adolescence have their own set of issues. Children are often just as confused as you are by their conflicting desires. One minute they're playing with dolls, the next minute they’re worrying about menstruation. Writer Carol Weston, whose latest book is called Girl-Talk: All the Stuff Your Sister Never Told You, shares her secrets for how to get closer to your ’tween.
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