Sisters Serve as Confidants, Mentors, Sources of Support During Intimate Conversations, University of Missouri Study
10/16/2013 11:32:31 AM
Adolescence can be an impressionable time for girls as they begin forming ideas about dating and sexuality. Now, a University of Missouri researcher has found that sisters often take on key roles of confidants, sources of support and mentors during conversations about romantic relationships. Sisters may be helpful in health education efforts to promote safe-sex practices and healthy romantic relationships.
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