"Shanti Feldhahn’s perky voice is ideal for the target audience of this guide to the inner lives of young men: teen girls. Through surveys and discussions with 15-to-20-year-old men, she and her co-author found that they care less about getting love and affection than about being respected for their competence, reliability, and moral strength. Their insecurities and fear of being judged are typically masked by overconfidence, humor, bravado, or “faking it”—coping mechanisms that make life difficult for young women trying to understand them. The authors’ advice on sex and the importance of developing inner and outer beauty is culturally attuned. With its eye-opening insights and steady encouragement to teens to take more control of their lives, this is a heartfelt and important audio resource."
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About the Author
Shaunti Feldhahn is a bestselling author, newspaper columnist, and public speaker. She holds a master's degree in public policy from Harvard University and has worked on Wall Street and Capitol Hill. Shaunti is a nationally syndicated weekly columnist on women's issues for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution .
Lisa A. Rice is the associate editor of Christian Living magazine and an experienced screenwriter and producer with her husband, Eric, at the Atlanta-based 44 Films.