Rosalind Wiseman on why boys struggle + Giveaway

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In her 2002 book "Queen Bees and Wannabes," Rosalind Wiseman advised parents on how to help their teenage daughters navigate cliques, boys, and other trappings of adolescence. The book became a best-seller, and was adapted into the film "Mean Girls". Now Wiseman is back with a new book, "Masterminds and Wingmen." She collaborated with over two hundred teenage boys in order to understand the pressures facing them today, and to explain to parents the best ways to communicate with them. Day 6 talked to Rosalind about her findings. We're giving away a copy of "Masterminds and Wingmen," see below for details.
To win a copy of "Masterminds and Wingmen," email day6 at cbc dot ca. Be sure to include your mailing address and write "Masterminds" in the subject line.
 

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