I'm here at the office in an outfit I feel really awkward in and I visualize looking dumb! I thought by age 44 3/4 that feeling went away ... nope! I'm the only on in the office today so I can't get any reassurance from my fellow therapists! Picture my dress aka as my swimsuit coverup with a belt and a pink shirt underneath ... I don't think it should of happened today! I had a couple emergency calls just as I was leaving for work and my thought process left and here I am. ANYWAY, that leads me to my next question. Our office is being flooded with calls from moms who have adolescent girls struggling - I want to just hug them all and tell them they are amazing! As a woman, I wish Self- Acceptance for each of us.
What would you share with a young 13 year old struggling to find herself ... a 16 year old yearning for friends ... scared to start high school - so many other examples.
Leave a comment of what has helped you, share an experience, what you wished you'd known as an adolescent ... You'll be entered in my giveaway to receive this book: Today I Live by Karen C. Eddington. We're all winners ... but I'll post the winner to this book on Friday, August 28th.