- Retail Price: 12.99
- Release Date: August 2013
- Page Count: 208
- Size: 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
- Binding: Trade
- ISBN: 978-0-7369-5529-4
- Case Lot Quantity: 60
Talking with Your Daughter About Best Friends and Mean Girls
By spending quality time with her daughter, a Christian mom can protect her against peer pressure to mature too quickly and guide her toward true, life-enhancing friendships.
Dannah Gresh, bestselling author of Six Ways to Keep the “Little” in Your Girl and creator of the Secret Keeper Girl events, has developed fun and strategic “dating” ideas to help moms invest time to deeply interact with their tween girls about friends. Talking with Your Daughter About Best Friends and Mean Girls tackles questions such as
- How can I have and be a friend?
- Just what is real friendship?
- What or who is the source of friendship?
- What do I do when I face a mean girl?
- How should I approach friendship with boys?
Moms (and dads) will be delighted with the biblical grounding and godly guidance that will help them build deeper connections with their daughters and protect them in their friendships.
“This is a lovely and practical book for parents.”
“…for intentional moms who want to make a big difference for the long-haul in their tween girl’s life, this is a great conversation guide about relationships.”
“…I recommend this book to moms of 9-13 year old girls.”
“…A Girl’s Guide to Best Friends and Mean Girls by Dannah Gresh and Suzy Weibel and the companion guide Talking with Your Daughter About Best Friends and Mean Girls are wonderful resources for moms and daughters to have open communication about friendship.”
“I was thrilled to find 8 great date ideas that come with their own little devotion…”
Reader Review coming soon
Endorsements“Talking with Your Daughter about Best Friends and Mean Girls and A Girl’s Guide to Best Friends and Mean Girls are must reads for moms and their daughters. I especially liked that two dear friends got together to help girls through these difficult years. Dannah’s gifts for the body of Christ continue to bless us. I will give these books to all the mothers and daughters with whom I work in my family therapy practice.”
—Tippy Duncan, Christian Therapist