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Dealing with the Stuff That Makes Life Tough : The 10 Things That Stress Girls Out and How to Cope with Them Paperback – September 8, 2003
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Boyfriends? Dieting? Peer Pressure? Dr. Jill has the 411 on all your top ten 911 emergencies!
What's the deal? You go to school, have a part-time job, maybe even watch your little brother, but you still don't feel like you've got your act together. In fact, you are pretty much stressed out "all "of the time. Well, there is at least one good thing happening in your life right now because Dr. Jill gets it. She has been listening to girls talk about their anxieties and pressures for more than twenty years. There is "nothing" she hasn't heard. In her new book "Dealing with the Stuff That Makes Life Tough," Dr. Jill talks about the top ten things that stress you out and helps you discover ways to deal with whatever life throws your way.
In "Dealing with the Stuff That Makes Life Tough," real girls--just like you--talk about the same issues you're facing and offer great advice to help you get a grip on your life. Each chapter examines how three different girls handled a particular problem to help you choose a calming skill that works for you.
Can you imagine a life where you actually can find ways to: Balance your responsibilities and actually have a social life? Finally turn off the constant nagging in your head and maybe get a good night's sleep for once? Deal with peer pressure, cliques, and your overscheduled life? Tackle the heavy stuff like divorce, school, and--yikes--dating?
Learn how to feel more confident, in control, centered, and at peace from the inside out with the coping skills you'll learn from "Dealing with the Stuff That Makes Life Tough."
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My own special coping skills include yoga, journaling, meditation, long walks with my dog,and listening to (and sometimes playing) music. I just started doing crossword puzzles to calm down at the end of a busy day. I keep trying new coping skills--the more you have, the better!
I've had great responses to my book, Dealing With The Stuff That Makes Life Tough: The Ten Things That Stress Girls Out and How To Cope With Them. And I'm working on another book for girls!
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As a teacher and mother of two daughters, I found this book to be a "bible" of knowledge.
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Wasn't exactly what we were looking for at this stage (girls ages 12 and 15). A few helpful ideas.Published 12 months ago by misschris
These books were for my 14 year old granddaughter and my sons girlfriends 19 year old daughter in Great Britain. This is Katherine Stroh.Published 12 months ago by michael stroh
I bought this book for my soon-to-be 13 year old niece. It seems accurate and she tells me it's "good" and for this particular 13 going on 30, that satisfied me! Read morePublished 19 months ago by Kimberly F Goethe
My niece having just turned thirteen got this as her birthday gift. She loves the book! She just started reading it!Published 20 months ago by Dimitria P. Letsos
a resource for my daughter to assist in coping. well packaged.Published on March 4, 2013 by Rhonda L. Teague
This is an excellent book which presents stories of girls who have gone through difficult issues, and the strategies to deal with a variety of stressful situations. Read morePublished on March 8, 2012 by Jill Maling
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Jill Zimmerman Rutledge offers practical advice to help girls cope with the issues they face in their everyday lives. Read morePublished on May 29, 2008 by TJ Ludwig