If you’ve been around here at all, you’ve probably had the chance to laugh at some of my attempts at making friends. There’s a certain word I use to describe some of the women I’ve encountered…..
I guess it’s a common problem, making friends as an adult.
I had the chance to review Friendship for Grown-ups by Lisa Whelchel through Booksneeze. I love getting free books- all you have to do is review them after you’re done reading them. If you are a reader, I highly recommend checking it out!
The former Facts of Life star describes how she had to learn to come out of her shell and trust others. It was by God’s grace that she was able to find true friends, but not before she had some painful experiences.
While this is more of a memoir than a how-to book, it was easy to see the lessons that she learned along the way.
I had previously read her Creative Correction book and participated in a Bible Study based off the guide to that book. In addition, I grew up watching Facts of Life, so it was really interesting to read her story.
I could identify with a lot in her book and would recommend it.