“To be beautiful means to be yourself. You don’t need to be accepted by others. You need to accept yourself" ~ Thích Nhất Hạnh
Outrunning the Darkness
by Anne Schraff
Jaris Spain has a hard time believing in himself as he struggles with personal and family issues.
All the wrong people have self esteem
by Laurie Rosenwald
Irreverent advice “for young ladies,” told mainly through colorful and quirky collages.
It's not all black and white
by St. Stephen's Community House
Told via poems, interviews, and short essays teens of mixed races tell their stories in relation to their self-esteem.
Going to press
by D.M. Paige
Lisa Harrison finds she may have to sacrifice her self-esteem when she gets accepted to a once in a lifetime internship.
Two or three things I forgot to tell you
by Joyce Carol Oates
High school seniors Merissa and Nadia are faced with secrets and hard decisions after their friend commits suicide.
Throw like a girl
by Jennie Finch with Ann Killion
Advice to young women & girls on how participation in sports can help them develop self-esteem, physical and emotional strength.
The blueprint for my girls
by Yasmin Shiraz
Gives blueprint for developing life skills, self-confidence, self-respect, strong work ethic, and and personal responsibility.
The secret to teen power
by Paul Harrington
Discover the secret to changing your life to have better self-esteem, health, and relationships.
Think confident, be confident for teens
by Marci G. Fox
Do away with self-doubt and tap into your true self to show the confidence that will help you to shine in different situations.
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