Friday, January 11, 2013

Book Review: Friendship for Grown-Ups

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 she put up walls around the "real" Lisa to protect herself from being hurt.  This book made me look at my own life to find how I have gotten to where I am now and to question whether I was acting too needy like Lisa was in some of her friendships.  I found the book to be easy to read and very down to earth and applicable to my life.  I would recommend this book to people, especially women, who struggle with friendships or desire to be true friends.

I was provided a copy of this book by Thomas Nelson through their Booksneeze program to review.

1 comment:

Lisa said...

Very cool. Sounds like a good read. I have a lot of good friends from childhood, and we keep in touch, but it amazes me how difficult it is to make new friends!