Walking into the self-help aisle of your local Barnes & Noble or logging onto Amazon can be a bit daunting. Hollywood psychotherapists, Stutz and Michels, have created a groundbreaking book about personal growth, that provides an effective set of five tools that bring about dynamic change.
This is by far one of my favorite parenting books for girls, or anyone who works with them.


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Hartstein gives readers insight into what our young girls are going through developmentally and how our culture impacts their sense of self.



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