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According to recent statistics cited in this latest book from CBS News contributor and psychologist Damour

(Untangled: Guiding Teenage Girls Through the Seven Transitions into Adulthood), 31 percent of

adolescent girls and young women struggle with symptoms of anxiety, experiencing edginess, fatigue, and

changes in appetite, and are three times more likely than boys to be depressed. Damour testifies to similar

conclusions drawn from her private practice and work at an all-girls school but states that these emotions can

also stretch girls beyond their comfort zones in positive ways. The author addresses areas of strain such as

interactions with family, school struggles, social pressures, relationships, and new tensions added by social

media. For each of these facets, Damour offers suggestions for parents attempting to help their daughters

manage the complexities of life at this age. VERDICT Parents of adolescent girls will find this an excellent

choice for assisting their children in navigating day-to-day stress and struggles.Julia M. Reffner, Richmond,

VA Read more “Lisa Damour offers a fresh, riveting take on the unsustainable stress girls face today,

which is often fueled unintentionally by the most well-meaning parents and teachers. Damour also offers

refreshing and research-based practical fixes; itâ€s possible to normalize pressure, in many cases, and use

it in fortifying ways to build strength and confidence. Under Pressure is an invaluable read for anyone who

has girls, works with girls, or cares about girls—for everyone!―—Claire Shipman, New York Times

bestselling author of The Confidence Code and The Confidence Code for Girls“Anyone who has read

the beloved Untangled knows that Lisa Damour gets girls. This timely sequel brings stunning clarity to the

complicated set of stressors that girls experience—in the classroom, online, with peers, and at home—and

models how to show up as an ally instead of an adversary. Truly a must-read for parents, teachers, coaches,

and mentors wanting to help girls along the path to adulthood.―—Julie Lythcott-Haims, New York Times

bestselling author of How to Raise an Adult “Under Pressure is exactly what parents need and, as a

mother, it helped me to relax! Damour explains the difference between healthy and unhealthy stress and

anxiety. She offers a detailed, comprehensive look at how to help our daughters manage naturally occurring

tension, toxic stress, and anxiety. This brilliant book is a must-read.―—Norah Oâ€Donnell, host,

CBS This Morning “Lisa Damour is my go-to resource for all things raising girls (and I often apply her

wisdom to my boys as well). Under Pressure is Damour at her best, addressing issues that are challenging

our girls, from sexuality and academics to the ways girls speak and present themselves. Donâ€t be misled

by the title; even if you believe your daughter isnâ€t unduly anxious, this is a book that will help you to

help her navigate. Under Pressure is my gift of choice for parents of teenage girls, and a gift to parents

everywhere.―—KJ Dellâ€Antonia, former editor, The New York Times†“Motherlode,― and

author of How to Be a Happier Parent “Under Pressure provides striking insight into the inner workings

of the anxious mind. Filled with tips for any parent, educator, or person interested in helping our girls live

and perform up to their potential, this book is a go-to guide for understanding and dealing with stress and


anxiety in girls.―—Sian Beilock, president of Barnard College at Columbia University and author of

Choke and How the Body Knows its Mind“In readily accessible and easily assimilated prose, Damour . .

. [makes] common-sense suggestions to help parents help their daughters in these highly competitive times.

Although few of these issues are new, Damourâ€s instructive book pulls them into the limelight yet

again, where they can be addressed by a new generation of parents and girls. Practical solutions backed by

solid research that will help many girls overcome their high levels of stress and anxiety.―—Kirkus

Reviews“Clinical psychologist Damour thoughtfully and compassionately discusses the many pitfalls

faced by adolescent girls today. . . . This is a remarkably thorough and accessible guide for raising girls

into strong, independent women.―—Publishers Weekly “Parents of adolescent girls will find this an

excellent choice for assisting their children in navigating day-to-day stress and struggles.―—Library

Journal “Damour offers practical suggestions for heading off stressful encounters and counteracting

their influences. Although aimed at parents, Damourâ€s sensible and empathetic approach will also be

reassuring for teens seeking guidance.―—Booklist

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