She gives insight to finding a true friend, one who will love you, faults and all.
Lisa Whelchel has written a very honest book about her own struggle with opening herself up to true, authentic friendship.
I know someone who is JUST like Lisa used to be, closed off to others and thinking she has to be perfect all the time.
Completely fascinating. I recommend this book highly. I learned so much from it. Takes courage to actually do the work but can't wait to try!Published 3 months ago by Plvla
I loved it. She was real and honest and so open about her relationships. It blessed me tremendously to know that I'm not the only one who goes through feelings like these. Read morePublished 3 months ago by A. Sharpe
This next book, words are not enough to describe how grateful I am towards the Author of this book.
From the first page I started highlighting. Read more
Read this with a faith group where we discussed it. Author's experience many of us could identify with -- struggling with friendships and finding out way -- whether we had a... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Barbara J. Tilton
This mess of a book has a great concept--to help adults learn how to be better friends. But Lisa (who I happen to really like in her TV appearances) is a basket case in this book. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mediaman
the girls in my book club simply loved reading together with this. really allowed for us to bond much betterPublished 13 months ago by little bits
I admire Lisa Whelchel a good deal. Her books are written on a personal level and I always feel like I'm getting intimate advice from a friend. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Denise Losey
I loved this book. Gave me so much. I make a much better friend and communicate much better with my friends. Thank you Lisa!Published 17 months ago by E. Quinn
Great book that appeals to women at nearly any age. Down to earth talk to help let go of guilt.Published 17 months ago by K Johnson