In the Back Seat with Prince Charming. Sex, pregnancy & healing: A teen mom’s story of life turned upside down.

| July 18, 2013

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In the Back Seat with Prince Charming. Sex, pregnancy & healing: A teen mom's story of life turned upside down.

Sex, pregnancy & healing: A teen mom’s story of life turned upside down.

Have you ever felt like you didn’t fit in? Even if it was just for a moment, can you remember how uncomfortable it felt? On the other hand, maybe you do fit in, but feel a lot of pressure to keep up appearances, grades, athletics and having to be perfect at everything.

Whatever your circumstances, most girls at some point, fear that they aren’t fitting in or experience high levels of stress and anxiety to do so.

Now for the big questions: How do you deal with those uncomfortable feelings? What are you willing to do to fit in? What do you do when you feel like you’re riding an emotional roller coaster? Do you ever do or say things you later regret?

“In the Back Seat with Prince Charming” shares the emotional and moving story of DeeDee Gooding, whose youth was taken away from her at the age of 17. Drugs, popularity, guys, abuse and sex were all part of her life style then. These behaviors were a desperate attempt to fit in and deal with low self-esteem which led to becoming pregnant, dropping out of school, and a number of failed marriages.

“In the Back Seat with Prince Charming” is a collection of her life events, consequences and important lessons. Through her story many issues teen girls face are explored such as self-esteem, fitting-in, boys and sex.

A special journaling section helps identify key questions about life as a teen, tips for leading a healthy lifestyle, what to do if you get pregnant and your options, how to improve your self-esteem and many more valuable lessons on living a happy and fulfilling life.

A personal note from the author:

“It is my hope that all young girls can learn from my story, discover how to face and overcome their personal challenges, and are inspired to reach their highest potential after reading this book.”

Recommended for ages 13 and up.

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