Ask Me Anything: Heartfelt Answers to 64 Anonymous Questions from Teenage Girls
'How do you know if your friends really like you?'
'What does it feel like to be actually happy?'
'I'm ugly. How will I ever get a boyfriend?'
'How can I feel closer to my mum who died?
Inside this book you'll find honest and deeply personal questions from teenage girls, just like you.
Bestselling author Rebecca Sparrow's answers will make you laugh and cry and offer just the right measure of advice and comfort whenever or wherever you need it most.
Every teenage girl needs Rebecca Sparrrow in her life. Robin Bailey, radio and television presenter
Real, down-to-earth answers, delivered with empathy and heart. Caroline Overington, journalist and associate editor of The Australian Women's Weekly
A 'How to Survive High School and Beyond' manual . . . written by your best friend. Frances Whiting, author and journalist
Not sure when to give your daughter this book? Rebecca Sparrow says:
During my visits to high schools I started collecting anonymous questions from teenage girls aged 13-15. The vast majority of questions were about friendship issues (SO MANY FRIENDSHIP QUESTIONS!) and so this book goes into much greater detail on how to handle friendship problems as they arise. But it also covers boys, love, sex, drinking, self-harm, study pressure, dating, home life problems and more. This book goes into much greater detail than Find Your Tribe. It has quickly become my most popular book. It’s also VERY popular with teenage boys because it gives them an insight into teenage girls and how they see the world.