Multi-volume author, Trina Jordan, introduces us to her second volume, How To Live: Change your path: Learn from my mistakes: There may be days when you want to give up. There may be days when you want to do something but your mind is telling you, do not do it. There may be days when you want to be with a boy and you know he is not a good person. My book talks about boyfriends, girlfriends (the difference in sisterly affection), peer pressure, and dating. I shared some of my life experiences. I hope my book helps teens understand themselves. If I was given half of the information I am sharing in my book, I would have made less mistakes in my life, which includes my relationships.
You will face many situations in your life. I hope this book will help you make the best decision for YOU.
Trina has written a valuable book. She is a wise woman, like your favorite aunt, sharing ideas about how to conquer some of life’s biggest problems. You instinctively realize she loves you and has your best interest at heart. You know she is sharing from her life and has been down the road you are facing.
Life is full of choices and Trina tries to lay them out for you and show you the path that will bring you the greatest chance of success. She readily admits that there is not a magic pill, it won’t be easy and will require a lot of hard work. She is not riding your case and you know she loves you. Her examples make a lot of sense for young people of all ages, especially girls. You realize that all her girl-talk is instructive for boys as well. Trina covers the important scenarios that we all face, at one time or another. School, family, friends, higher education, relationships, work and careers.
I give How to live: Change your path: Learn from my mistakes a score of 5.0.
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Tags: self-help, self-esteem, hope, faith, family, school, relationships, work
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