Lectures to Youth Clubs on Growing Up, Sex Relationships & Marriage presents a critical review of two lectures about the responsibilities of young adults. The book discusses the definition and psychological implications of growing up; the emotional components of sex relationship; and the value and factors involved in marriage.
Some of the topics covered in the text are the description of changes in puberty; the difference of puberty in a boy and a girl; and the development of reproductive organs. The development of a fetus; the description of bodily changes in a female under pregnancy; and the progress of relationship from friendship to marriage are also considered. The book further tackles the types of sexually transmitted disease; the descriptions of times when the female will not conceive; and the clinical description of gonorrhea. The text also looks into the development of twins, Siamese twins, and homosexual. A chapter is devoted to a list of questions pertaining to human interactions.
The book can provide useful information to councillors, psychiatrists, students, and researchers.
- Growing Up - Sex Relationships - Marriage
- Friendship to Marriage Appendix 1: Twins Appendix 2: Some Common Questions and their Answers
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 1965
- 1st January 1965
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