What’s Wrong with Me?
Have you ever wished that you knew back then what you know now?
The book What’s Wrong With Me: A Girl’s Book of Lessons Learned, Inspiration and Advice, is a part-memoir and part self-help young adult guide to encourage teen girls and young women in various areas of life, in an easygoing, conversational style. The messages in this book educate and empower young women in every facet of their lives, including: accepting their identity, dating relationships, dealing with toxic friends and family members, avoiding or delaying premarital sex, building self-esteem, developing a positive attitude, dressing for success, setting goals, spending money wisely, handling anger and depression, and embracing their singleness, and discovering their life purpose.
The companion What’s Wrong With Me? Reflections Journal digs deeper into the contemporary topics discussed in the book What’s Wrong With Me? that affect teen girls’ everyday lives. With interactive, thought-provoking workbook-style questions and fill-in-the-blank exercises, girls can openly and honestly record their thoughts and feelings to help them release tension and understand the world around them. The self-discovery, revelation and release will lead to profound fulfillment and start their own life-long practice of journaling.
What will girls and young women get out of this series?
Aimed at girls aged 13 to 19, the What’s Wrong With Me? series shows girls and young women how to:
- Discover their self-worth
- Eat better, feel better, and look better (they all go together!)
- Examine your relationships with friends, family, and the opposite sex
- Dress with dignity
- Use money wisely
- Find their purpose
- Have a personal relationship with God