Soul Searching: A Girl's Guide to Finding Herself

Front Cover, Limited, Mar 12, 2009 - Juvenile Nonfiction
Are you a Soul Searcher? Do you believe there's more to life than buying the hippest clothes or catching the latest TV show? YOU ARE NOT ALONE. If you're searching - for your center, your inner voice, the meaning of life itself - hold on to this book! Soul Searching will guide you on the path to self-discovery. You'll learn the secrets of: Feng Shui, Aromatherapy, Yoga, Meditation, Dream Analysis, Journaling, and much more! As a young girl, SARAH STILLMAN dreamed of being an author. Now, at 16, she is living proof that finding your passions and following your inner wisdom is the true path to happiness. This book is for girls who want to understand the true nature of who they are. For girls who love self-exploration, thinking, improving. For girls who desire happiness and are willing to seek it. - SARAH

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Thoughtful and thought-provoking, Stillman's guide addresses many topics pertinent to contemporary teens.Describing "soul searching" as the endeavor to discover one's inner voice, the author ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

An inspiring example of what a self-confident teen can achieve, Sarah Stillman graduated from Yale with simultaneous Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Anthropology before pursuing her PhD at Oxford.

Active in the international global justice movement, she has worked with migrant factory workers in southern China, refugees in rural Guatemala, and HIV/AIDS patients in Thailand.

In 2008, she was embedded with the 116th Military Police Company in Iraq as a foreign correspondent for "Truthdig", following which New York University named her the inaugural recipient of The Reporting Award and her article about it was selected for publication in the "New Yorker" in 2011. Stillman currently works as a fellow at Yale's Morse College, where she co-teaches a course on the Iraq war with a U.S. Army captain.

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