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Mean Girls Gone: A Spiritual Guide to Getting Rid of Mean
     

Mean Girls Gone: A Spiritual Guide to Getting Rid of Mean

by Hayley DiMarco
 
And they never seem to give up. In Mean Girls, Hayley showed you how to end the cycle of mean once and for all. Mean Girls Gone goes a step further. It is a trip inside your heart and soul - a journey of the spirit.

Do you spend your time and energy making sure the other girls like you? Do you feel like they control you with their mean? Dive deep inside your heart

Overview

And they never seem to give up. In Mean Girls, Hayley showed you how to end the cycle of mean once and for all. Mean Girls Gone goes a step further. It is a trip inside your heart and soul - a journey of the spirit.

Do you spend your time and energy making sure the other girls like you? Do you feel like they control you with their mean? Dive deep inside your heart to see what might be hiding there that's adding to the pain of living with mean.

A look inside yourself will change the way you look at your Mean Girl. Because when it comes to getting rid of the mean in your life, the only person you really have any power over is yourself.

Editorial Reviews

VOYA
This inane little book gets an A for attractive format and an F for useful content. Sequel to Mean Girls: Facing Your Beauty Turned Beast (Revel/Baker Books, 2004/VOYA February 2005), the book purports to help a girl "free your soul from the bondage of mean" and "find inner peace in the face of mean" by ignoring other girls' cruel remarks or behavior and by following God's teachings. At least half the lovely pastel pages are blank, intended for the young reader's personal, written reflections, and those that do contain text have few lines and wide margins. Many pages offer only Bible quotations or cartoon-like illustrations, often of the "teen" blasting her way to freedom from mean with her handy blowtorch. A pseudo-book containing only moralisms and essentially worthless advice, it has no place in any collection, with the exception of a Christian youth library. Anyone wishing to help a teenage girl with a "mean" problem would do better to purchase the Bible itself. VOYA CODES: 1Q 2P M J S (Hard to understand how it got published; For the YA with a special interest in the subject; Middle School, defined as grades 6 to 8; Junior High, defined as grades 7 to 9; Senior High, defined as grades 10 to 12). 2005, Fleming H. Revel/Baker Books, 176p.; Biblio., Trade pb. Ages 11 to 18.
—Laura Woodruff

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780800730567
Publisher:
Baker Publishing Group
Publication date:
03/01/2005
Pages:
160
Product dimensions:
5.54(w) x 8.52(h) x 0.18(d)
Age Range:
12 - 14 Years

Meet the Author

Hayley DiMarco writes cutting edge books like Mean Girls, the best-selling Dateable, The Dateable Rules, and The Dirt on Breaking Up among others. Her goal in writing is to give practical answers for life's problems and encourage girls and women into stronger spiritual lives. Hayley has traveled the world with a French theater troupe, worked for a little shoe company called Nike, and created a multi-million dollar teen book business from scratch for Thomas Nelson Publishers. Hayley has seen a lot of life and decided to make a difference in her world. Hayley founded Hungry Planet, a think tank that feeds the world's appetite for truth through authors, speakers, and consultants. Hungry Planet helps organizations understand and reach the post-modern generations by tackling life's everyday issues with a distinctly modern spiritual voice.

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