Being a teenage girl is hard. Admit it. Frequently, it’s downright terrible. They are constantly bombarded with suggestions about how to best live their lives from everyone they know. It becomes a challenge just to know whose suggestions to follow and whom to ignore. Their parents and teachers are “too old” to understand them, and friends can be just as confused as they are. Teens are often tempted to turn to celebrities who, unfortunately, are only asked about fashion, weight loss, and “how to get the guy.”
Life Lessons for the Teenage Girl: Quotes, Inspiration, and Advice for Women by Women provides valuable and entertaining advice from women who have attained success in business, politics, sports, and entertainment. Their goal in offering advice is to spare teenage girls some of the challenges and frustrations they may have experienced themselves. If the struggle can’t be avoided, teens can at least gain comfort in the knowledge that they are not alone in their experience. Techniques and exercises are provided to help teenage girls survive and thrive beyond their teenage years.
Is Life Lessons for the Teenage Girl for teenage girls only? Heck no! Everyone can be educated and entertained by the insights these women dispense. All can benefit from learning new strategies to manage life’s difficulties. Find out who stayed serious and who couldn’t help but have a bit of fun!
Life Lessons for the Teenage Girl is available in both print and ebook formats.
Life Lessons for the Teenage Girl
Quotes, Inspiration and Advice for Women by Women
By Kelly Tonelli
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
Published: November 2014
ISBN: 978-1630472023 (pb)
ISBN: 978-1630472023 (hc)
Genre: Teenage Social Issues, YA/Teen Non-Fiction
About The Author:
Kelly Lyttle Tonelli is a clinical psychologist working in private practice with patients who are experiencing life transitions, many of whom are teenage girls. She happily relocated from Michigan to Southern California to attend Pepperdine University and fell in love with the sunshine. She spent time working and learning at Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles (CHLA) before going into private practice. Kelly divides her time between her practice, writing, spending time with her husband, and driving her daughter to dance class.
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