Growing up is tough, especially when you have to deal with peer pressure, changing friendships, and deciding who you really are inside when everything around you (and the feelings inside you) seems to change throughout the day. Bestselling middle grade author Nancy Rue knows what you’re going through, and this book is filled with quizzes, activities, journaling space, advice, as well as quotes from girls who are experiencing the same inner questions—all with the goal of helping you uncover the unique, confident you God made you to be.
Have you ever gotten the advice, “Just be yourself”? But that advice is hard to follow when you’re not even sure who “yourself” really is. Especially when who you are seems to change depending on whether you are with your friends, your family, or your crush. And there are some parts of yourself even you haven’t figured out yet! In Everyone Tells Me to Be Myself but I Don’t Know Who I Am, surveys, helpful tips, interactive journaling space to figure out your thoughts and record your self-discoveries, and quotes from girls asking the same “Who am I, really?” questions combine to help you start your journey toward figuring out exactly who the real you is inside—and the reasons why God created you with the personality, passions, and quirks he did. Because once you discover your true, authentic self, you will want to share it with the world!
Everybody Tells Me to Be Myself but I Don’t Know Who I Am:
- Is written specifically for girls eight to thirteen
- Combines solid advice, meaningful questions, and fun, engaging activities to help middle school and early teen girls uncover who they are inside, and grow the confidence to be true to themselves in any situation
- Contains journaling space directly in the book
- Can also be used in group settings like GEMS, American Heritage Girls, group studies, or mentorship settings
- Comes from the Faithgirlz brand, which presents clean and inspiring books for tween girls