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Jill Hubbard , McCabe Ginny McCabe

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Book Description

Sept. 9 2008

Reveals top secrets, practical insights , dreams, and struggles of young women.

Every young woman has a secret! In The Secrets Young Women Keep, clinical psycologist and New Life Live radio co-host, Dr. Jill Hubbard reveals the top 25 secrets kept by young women, why they keep them, and how they can live more honest, God-honoring lives. It is only through understanding faith that the tremendous power these secrets hold over precious young lives can be broken. Includes true stories of young women as they deal with topics such as:

 

  • Love, dating, and relationships
  • Abuse, drugs, and addictions
  • Superficial beauty, eating disorders, and cutting
  • Depression, deception, and family history

A visual, interactive interior with Q&A, Scripture, quotes, questions, and room for journaling round out this great package.


Product Details

  • Paperback: 240 pages
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson (Sept. 9 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0785228179
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785228172
  • Product Dimensions: 21.1 x 13.5 x 2 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 227 g
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,730,941 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Dr. Jill Hubbard is a clinical psychologist and regular co-host on Christian radio's nationally-syndicated New Life Live program. Dr. Jill has gained a reputation for her gentle and insightful style of connecting with radio callers. She is also in private practice where she sees clients who struggle with depression, addictions, eating disorders, and relational and personal growth issues. Dr. Jill lives with her family in southern California.



Ginny McCabe is actively involved in youth culture and its influence on young women.  Ginny has twenty years experience as a journalist, feature writer, and the author of four books.


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5.0 out of 5 stars Clueless dad trying to re-connect with my teenage daughter.. Great book! Feb. 22 2014
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My 14 y.o daughter and I were in a place in our relationship where she started to become a woman and the easy, straight-forward communication became complicated, cumbersome and counter-productive. There were tears on both sides as I struggled to find a level to relate to her and let her know I was still there as I had always been. She desired for me to know her better but she closed herself off with barbed wire and an attitude that would crumple steel. Then on top of that insert a heavy interest in boys and some less than good decisions. She needed advice but she made mom and grandma not to tell me what she is dealing with, she needed reassurance from me but she wouldn't receive it from me, she needed to know her worth but she trusted a horny 8th grader more than she trusted me. My daughter and I needed help.

I heard about this book on Focus on the Family broadcast and I hoped that it would help my daughter with what she was going through that I was being kept at bay about. Being a guy, I know what boys are after but I didn't know how she was feeling. I just did a 'Hail Mary' pass and got this book along with 'Every Young Woman's Battle' and she REALLY enjoyed the books. The things she needed to know but didn't want to be vulnerable enough to ask.

She said the book deals with sensitive issues but she is mature minded. You have to decide if this is the appropriate book for your teen daughter, maybe buying it and reading it first might give you a good idea.

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