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Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul Journal Paperback – Oct 1 1998


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  • Paperback: 300 pages
  • Publisher: -No Imprint- (Sept. 3 1998)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1558746374
  • ISBN-13: 978-1558746374
  • Product Dimensions: 22 x 13.7 x 2.1 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 499 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #250,969 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen, the #1 New York Times and USA Today best-selling co-authors, are professional speakers who have dedicated their lives to enhancing the personal and professional development of others. Jack, Mark and Kimberly have formed The Teen Letter Project, a foundation dedicated to encouraging troubled teens to reach out for help and guidance.

Kimberly Kirberger is president of Inspiration and Motivation for Teens, Inc. (I.A.M. for Teens) and speaks at high schools and to youth organizations. Jack, Mark and Kimberly have formed The Teen Letter Project, a foundation dedicated to encouraging troubled teens to reach out for help and guidance.

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Loving Yourself
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Loving Yourself

It seems so much of my time and my energy have been focused on making or trying to make other people love me. The unspoken belief was that if I could make myself lovable to others I would feel loved.

Therefore, I spent much of my life trying to be more beautiful, skinnier, funnier, sweeter, and on and on. Every time I felt sad and not loved I would try to change something about myself, like, 'I won't talk so much,' or, 'I will be less needy.' Although both of these things would no doubt help, the point is, it isn't about what anyone else thinks of me. The truth is, I can only feel loved by others when I love myself. If I don't love myself, I will never feel loved.


Kimberly Kirberger

©2008. Kimberly Kirberger. All rights reserved. Reprinted from Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul Journal by Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means, without the written permission of the publisher. Publisher: Health Communications, Inc., 3201 SW 15th Street , Deerfield Beach , FL 33442.


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Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul: Journal, was one of the most moving books I have read. It is directed towards adolescents, and deals with issues every adolescent girl faces. It's a blend of stories, quotes, poems, and spaces to write your thoughts. This book has many different sections such as: family, learning lessons, love and kindness, and tough stuff. My favorite section, however, is "loving yourself". This book gave me a chance to deal with issues and see that I am not the only girl whom faces such issues. Chicken Soup is a book that I am able to pick up and at any time if I need some inspiration, help, or reassurance. Other issues helpful to me were on drinking, self-esteem, eating disorders, and how to deal with my past. Another good part about this book is that a lot of it is compiled with texts written by teenage authors. There are spaces for friends to write about you, and spaces for you to express how you feel on certain issues. Chicken Soup allowed me to realize I was not the only girl who had experienced some of the feelings I did. After reading this book I knew I wasn't alone! I do highly recommend this book to any teenage girl. Adolescence is a hard time to get through, and many girls need inspiration. You do not have to read the book cover to cover; you can pick it up any time and read whatever section you desire.
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By A Customer on March 18 2003
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Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul: Journal, was one of the most moving books I have read. It's directed towards adolescents, and deals with issues every adolescent girl faces. It's a blend of stories, quotes, poems, and spaces to write your thoughts. This book has many different sections such as: family, love and kindness, learning lessons, and though stuff. My favorite section, however, is "loving yourself". This book gave me a chance to deal with issues and see that I'm not the only girl whom faces such issues. Chicken Soup is a book that I am able to pick up at any time if I need some inspiration on a situation, or some reassurance. Other issues helpful to me were on drinking, self-esteem, eating disorders, and how to deal with my past. The best part about this book is that a lot of it is compiled with texts written by teenage authors. There are spaces for friends to write about you, and spaces for you to express how you feel about certain things. Chicken Soup allowed me to realize I was not the only girl who had experienced some of the feelings that I did. After reading this book I knew I wasn't alone! I do highly reccomend this book to any teenage girl. Adolescence is a hard time to get through, and many girls need inspiration. You do not have to read the book cover to cover; you can pick it up any time and read whatever section you desire.
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By Erin on Dec 1 2001
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my mom bought me this a few christmas's ago. I wasnt really a diary type person so I figured I wouldnt like it. But one day when I was bored, I opened it up and looked and realized what I had been missing. this is definitly a great book for teenagers. Its not just a blank journal, it gives you lots of interesting ideas to write about and asks questions that make you think. I love writing in it if I'm bored. And it's big so it wont get used up fast. Also, even though there are sections, you dont have to do each one in order, you can just skip around if you want. the sections are similar to the ones in the chicken soup for the teenage soul books. and for some of the questions, they give alot of space to just write whatever you want. I especially liked the section where your friends, boyfriend, etc. could write to you and the part where you can put your pictures. I highly recommend this journal! its great! I hope they come out with a second one
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This journal makes a fantastic gift for any teenager. It encourages teens to express their emotions (anger, fear, hurt and joy), dreams and and goals. The book covers many topics and provides plenty of writing space for teens to honestly express their feelings about the people closest to them. Perhaps the one disadvantage of the book is that it did not come in the same format as a diary with "a little lock and key." Teenagers, like adults, need their privacy in recording their deepest inner thoughts and feelings. The journal might have encouraged teens to express themselves more honestly and openly if they felt their was a small measure of security that "no one could peak." We all know that self-expression is excellent therapy for the soul, and I would highly recommend this book for your teenage daughter or son.
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I think this is a great book/journal. @ first i thought that all the "chicken soup" books were lame and cheesy, but of course- never judge a book by it's cover. my mistake. my friend let me borrow one of her books and turns out- it was great. but still- i never bought any of their books. so one day my sis thought it would be a good idea 2 get me this journal @ a book store. turns out, it contains great poems, quotes, and helps you every step of the way to complete the book. you learn secrets and feelings about yourself that you thought didn't even exist! go ahead and buy it. if you don't like it, it's fine. everyone has their own opinion. to my opinion, it's great. check it out sometime.
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