Emily Roberts, MA, LPC was featured in the following article originally posted on Improve Her Health, written by Eve O’Rourke.
Women in the modern world are made aware early in life (much sooner than guys, in fact) that the world is a scary place filled with difficulties, malicious people, and unexpected situations that most aren’t equipped to deal with on their own.
When you find yourself in a such a place where you have no idea how to deal with, don’t despair, remember that the power is always within you. You can help yourself tap that potential by reading the best self-help books written for women. You will only become stronger for it.
Packed with fun and helpful tips, this guide teaches teenage girls how to express themselves in any situation, whether they’re talking to friends, parents, or dealing with bullies, cliques, and crushes. It helps them discover ways to speak up when they are being disrespected and are uncomfortable and reminds them of their rights, teaches them to be assertive, and how to stay cool when intense emotions threaten to take over. A great resource for young girls as well as their parents and professionals.