of customers would recommend this product to a friend.
Debbie5 Stars Out Of 5August 21, 2010DebbieI would highly recommend this book to anyone with a tween or teen age daughter who is dealing with the unkindness of other girls.
Jackson Madison Co Regional Health Dept5 Stars Out Of 5May 12, 2010Jackson Madison Co Regional Health DeptI ordered several of these books to hand out at a Mother-Daughter Banquet. The teens really seemed to enjoy them. They were just what I was looking for. They arrived very quickly too.
J Hynes5 Stars Out Of 5March 2, 2010J HynesVery clear description of how upset can turn to mean and keeping a perspective on how God expects us to respond to the nastiness that can happen among girls for a number of reasons. I didn't see any guilt trips here, just a lot of Godly logic on what influences the pre teen and onward heart and mind.
Bonnie Chase2 Stars Out Of 5July 6, 2009Bonnie ChaseI think the author really had something here - there's really good, well-researched information that my 11-year-old daughter really could have used. However, she was terrified of going to hell before she got even a quarter of the way through it! The author says that if you would be mad that your friend "stole" your boyfriend, you're a mean girl. And God hates mean girls - so much that He sends them to hell. I understand what the author is trying to get across here, but she drives her point through with a bulldozer instead of a gentle nudge in the right, Godly direction. My daughter came into my room in the middle of the night, terrified that God hated her and was sending her to burn in hell when she died, and that was certainly not what I was hoping she'd get from this book. She's about as far from a mean girl as you can get, but this book convinced her that she STILL wasn't nice enough. Yes, love your enemies and pray for them, but God doesn't want us to be doormats, either. It's okay to be upset if a friend "steals" your guy! I think a little more gentleness would improve the accessability of this fantastic information quite a lot. I'm sad that my daughter couldn't get past the guilt trip.
Connie Hecker4 Stars Out Of 5April 20, 2009Connie HeckerMy 12 year old is actually reading this and I am confident it will give her some new thoughts.