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August 24, 2003


NYT discusses how some parents

NYT discusses how some parents are using the movie Thirteen as a form of "cinematherapy" with their daughters. Family counselors are invited to screenings; brochures are distributed. But the author of The Secret Lives of Girls is cautious: "If you haven't had the good conversations with your kids already, don't take them to see this thing." Amy might have more to say on this later, since she's the one who pointed out the article to me.

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