Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Secrets Girls Keep ~Book Review~

secrets girls keep book

Secrets Girls Keep
What Girls Hide (& Why) and How to Break the Stress of Silence
By Author: Carrie Silver Stock

Book Description:
Do You know someone with a Secret?
This book is for every girl with a secret, which pretty much means every one. Our secrets help us, hurt us, and sometimes even haunt us beyond high school. Secrets like:
I hate the way I look.
My boyfriend yells at me.
I'm cheating my way through chemistry.
I lost my virginity and regret it.
I sent a text message about my friend that wasn't true.
I went to a party and didn't tell my parents.
My mom drinks too much.

By revealing the personal stories, struggles, and secrets of other teen girls, Carrie Silver-Stock shows how to deal with everyday stresses by being self-reliant, not silent, and how to get real about what matters. With tips and advice for teens and by teens, you'll learn how to:

• Navigate the ups and downs of dating • Make and keep good friends • Deal with school (the social scene and grades) • Handle family drama • Survive the cyber scene • And more . . .

Thousands of girls are joining the movement to share their secrets, ideas, and stories. What are you waiting for? Visit

My Thoughts:
As a parent of my eleven year old daughter, I thought this would be a good book for me to read and get some helpful tips and advice from. I found this book very helpful and quite interesting. I had a hard time putting this book down. This book is a great tool and designed for you to read a page or two to help when you're having a specific problem or You can sit and read the whole book. This book shares personal stories,struggles and secrets of other teen girls and shows you how to deal with the everyday pressures and stress. This book has great tips and advice for teen girls. This book offers quizzes throughout the book and at the end of each chapter there are fun hands-on exercises,questions and tips. I really feel that this is a Great book for all parents and daughters to read. I feel that this book could be very helpful to teen girls knowing that they don't need to hide from their secrets and that many other girls are going through the same experiences and challenges. This book made me more aware of the issues and problems that teen girls come across and hopefully with help me to help my daughter deal with them if/and when they arise.

You can purchase your own copy of this great book at HCI

**Diclosure I received this complimentary book from PR by the Book, LLC to review. My review is my own thoughts and opinion.**
*I was given the opportunity to review this product because of my membership at The Product Review Place*

1 comment:

Cheryl said...

Being a mom of a teenage girl is really hard (That is no secret), but I think as the world progresses so do the issues are daughters have to face. Things are definitely tougher for them now, then it was for us. This sounds like a great book to get some insight from. Thanks for the review. I enjoyed reading your take on it.