Secret Diary Unlocked: My Struggle to Like Me

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Moody Publishers, Jul 1, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 192 pages
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As part of the Pure Freedom ministry of Dannah Gresh, Suzy Weibel has read her diary entries to 'tween and teen girls all over the world.  When she does, something deep and freeing happens: they totally identify with her seventh grade diary of self-disclosure and self-deprecation, and come away trusting what Suzy found.  Suzy Weibel is funny, yet thoughtful, and represents the sporty side of girlhood.  The book itself is a feast to the eyes and catches the essence of a girl's struggle to like herself.

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User Review  - Jackson - Borders

This is one of the most inspirational books I have ever read. Weibel really connects with the reader as you go through the book. She teaches how to apply christ in your everyday life. for teenage ... Read full review

Must Read for all teenage girl

User Review  - Margret - Borders

Pros: very inspirational, informative, opens up new truths, relates to reader Cons: sometimes belittling the reader This book is one of the most inspiring books i have ever read. It directs teenage ... Read full review

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About the author (2007)

SUZY WEIBEL is a graduate of Wheaton College and Northern Kentucky University. She spent six years as a middle school English teacher, two teaching high school English and logic, and five as a Director of Christian Education, yet she has found the past six years as a speaker and worship leader with Pure Freedom, a national sexual purity ministry for teens, to be her most fulfilling work. Suzy is author of Secret Diary Unlocked: My Struggle to Like Me and co-author of T is for Antonia and Crossroads: The Teenage Girl's Guide to Emotional Wounds. She lives with her husband, Jonathan, and their two daughters.

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