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Everything you need to know about falling in…

Everything you need to know about falling in love

by Lauren Spencer

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0823933954, Library Binding)

These attractive educational books address students' questions in areas ranging from health and well-being to responsibility.

This book examines the emotional highs and lows that accompany falling in love, providing a breakdown of the stages of romance teens often experience. It also provides an historical context for the notion of romantic love, how it developed and contrasted with other expressions of love, such as agape and courtly love. Ultimately, the author emphasizes the importance of maintaining one's sense of self throughout the roller-coaster ride of falling in love.

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Presents an overview of falling in love, notions about love, how to tell if it really is love, all the emotions you feel, ways of showing your feelings.

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