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Friendship for Grown-Ups What I Missed and Learned Along the Way
By Lisa Whelchel
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 1/14 Tracy Maliva wrote: Wonderfully written..very heartfelt. When I was youger I always had close girlfirends but as I got older and we all went our seperate ways it became clear that women can be pretty mean towards one another. I can't imagine not having close friends like Lisa didn't but I do understand why it is hard to ... Friendship for grown-ups
On 1/11 Becky Dempsey wrote: I was excited to be able to read this book as I've always struggled with finding friends. I hoped that it would help me learn how to make friends. It didn't give me any step by step guides to how to make a friend, however. Lisa shares her story of growing up as a child star and how ... Book Review: Friendship for Grown-Ups
On 3/9 Flame wrote: I was happy to read this book from former Facts Of Life child star Lisa Whelchel.This was a fun read.Friendship for Grown~Ups is a kind of self~help book on maintaining friendships.Women today are busy .It's not that easy to make and maintain friendships.I liked this book and would love to see more books ...
On 3/5 Stephanie Ann wrote: I chose Friendship for Grown-Ups: What I Missed and Learned Along the Way by Lisa Whelchel because I loved 70s and 80s sitcoms and she happened to be in one of the great ones, The Facts of Life. The title and description was also appealing. It spoke of the fact that she didn’t have an average childhood ... Booksneeze Review #1 Friendship for Grown-ups.
On 9/30 baylorfan wrote: I have to admit that I chose this book mainly because I grew up watching the show "The Facts of Life". I loved the character Blair and I was quite intrigued with her book. The title of this book says it all. While being on a popular televison program, it was hard to make friends. Since then, Ms. Whelchel ... Lisa Whelchel: Friendship for Grownups
On 9/30 CHRISTINA PARROTT wrote: This wonderful book by Lisa Whelchel came along at the perfect time in my life. I had few friends and the relationships I had with them were rather shallow. But I was craving true, honest, deep relationships with other women. And that is when I received this book. Mrs. Whelchel first discusses how she ... Friendship for Grown-ups
On 3/5 Marti Helms wrote: Most people my age are familiar with Lisa Whelchel from the '80's sitcom, The Facts of Life, where she portrayed the confident Blair. In Friendship for Grown-Ups, Lisa shares her personal story of trying to develop friendships with other women. Because Lisa is an independent person, it took some dramatic ... Review: Friendship for Grown-Ups
On 2/20 Jennifer Thorne wrote: Okay, so I’ll admit right off the bat that the reason I chose this book was because I’ve been a HUGE Facts of Life fan for many, many years. I didn’t know that Lisa Whelchel was a part of the Women of Faith program because I’ve never been. I did know that she’s been a Christian for a very ... Review for Friendship for Grownups: What I Missed and Learned Along the Way
On 1/29 Sara Martin wrote: She did it again! I have to say that I am never disappointed by a book that Lisa writes. She writes in such a way that we feel we know her. She is honest, and lets us in to both the good and the bad. In this book we see how as adults we need friendships just as much,if not more, than we did as children. ... Friendship for Grown-ups
On 1/5 janjanmom wrote: I started reading this book about a year ago. I read through the first chapter and was instantly annoyed. She went on and on about how hard it was to be a star and have friends. WAH! Poor pitiful star, I thought. I tried to get through the next few pages, but honestly, my ... Friendship for Grown-ups by Lisa Whelchel A Review