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Anita Naik

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    Anita Naik is a freelance journalist who has written for magazines including GLAMOUR and RED. She was the agony aunt on JUST 17 and the health columnist on CLOSER magazine. She is currently an editor on the Dove Campaign For Real Beauty website, writing about self-esteem issues for teenage girls and their mothers.
    28th August 2014

    How to be a Girl

    Be the boss of you! How To Be A Girl is an easy-reading journey through girlhood and what it's like to be a girl gr... More

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    17th July 2008

    Bras, Boys and Bad Hair Days

    For every girl that wants to know how to apply make-up, how to ask a guy out, how to survive school and of course, how... More

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    25th June 2015

    Quick Expert's Guide: Safe Social Networking

    A perfect guide to becoming safe and savvy social networkers for children aged 12+. It shows how they can make the most ... More

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    13th March 2014

    Teen Life Confidential: Queen Bees, Drama Queens & Cliquey Teens

    With queen bees, drama queens and cliquey teens girl friendships can be tough! Teen Life Confidential is here to h... More

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    13th February 2014

    Teen Life Confidential: Texts, Tweets, Trolls and Teens

    The online world is a whirl of texts, tweets, trolls, teens and more but how do you stay safe in this fast-paced onlin... More

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    15th January 2013

    Sex, Snogs, Dates and Mates

    How do you deal with dating and build good relationships? How will you know when you're ready to have sex? Can you resis... More

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    15th January 2013

    Teen Life Confidential: Self-Esteem and Being YOU

    Are you scared to take risks in case you make a fool of yourself? Do you need other people's approval? If someone likes ... More

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    13th July 2017

    The Girls' Guide to Growing Up

    A friendly, reassuring and positive guide for girls as they approach puberty, explaining the changes that will happen ... More

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    1st January 2005

    Sex

    Sex: it's essential to know the facts but impossible to talk about. For every teenager who cringes with embarrassment wh... More

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