From the Book - First edition.
ONE. Parting with childhood
Totally competent, except for when she's not
Parting with childhood: when to worry. The female Peter Pan ; Rushing into adulthood
If your tribe jumped off a bridge ...
Joining anew tribe: when to worry. Social isolation ; Being bullied ; Being a bully
THREE. Harnessing emotions
You: the emotional dumping ground
I'm upset, now you're upset
How to become an accidental helicopter parent
Harnessing emotions: when to worry. Recognizing adolescent mood and anxiety disorders ; Self-destructive coping
FOUR. Contending with adult authority
Seeing behind the curtain
The end of "Because I said so"
Contending with adult authority: when to worry. Too good to be true ; Constantly contending ; Adults contending with each other
FIVE. Planning for the future
Impulses, meet the Internet
The road to the future: who drives?
Dealing with disappointment
Planning for the future: when to worry. All plan and no play ; No plan in sight
SIX. Entering the romantic world
A match made in a marketing meeting
Offering some perspective
Being gay: the slur and the reality
Entering the romantic world: when to worry. The tributaries and the lake ; April-June romances
SEVEN. Caring for herself
Nodding without listening
Getting real about drinking
Straight talk about drugs
Caring for herself: when to worry. Eating disorders ; Not ready to launch.