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We cannot give what we do not have. So, if we do not love ourselves, or even if we are too obsessed with ourselves, how then can we love others? What Makes Us Girls examines the topic of self-worth through a modern cultural lens. Using examples from the author's life experience and the life experiences of a variety of other girls, What Makes Us Girls analyzes seven of the most common issues that result in a destructive sense of self-worth: comparison, rejection, bullying, inauthenticity, purposelessness, betrayal, and guilt. Every girl in the world, no matter our age or the country we are from, will have to face a battle for self-worth.
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Top reviews Most recent Top reviews. Top reviews from the United States. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. It is simply wisdom. Worth reading. Verified Purchase. This is a book of advice to women from a self proclaimed alt right YouTube blogger. One of the greatest surprises is that it is basically common sense. It is not political at all, unless it is now political to say that a young woman should take her time and get to know the guy, and not waste her time in relationships that are destined not to be permanent.
It is sad to me that Pettibone must recognize the hookup culture as a fact of life. One of the most real pieces of dialogue in the book concerns a conversation in which two of the more popular girls make fun of her for being such a prude. Their message is that life is about fun, sex is fun, so you should do it.
Don't worry. Unfortunately, the hookup culture is so pervasive, so taken for granted, that a young man or woman who is sincerely looking for marriage cannot afford to say so. They have to play the game as if they were Adult dating Pettibone in it for fun in order not to scare off potential mates. Pettibone states the obvious in saying that if this is our outlook, our society is headed for collapse. We need solid relationships and children to perpetuate ourselves.
Equally Adult dating Pettibone, a point she makes repeatedly in the book, is that our lives will be more fulfilling if they are built on stable long-lasting relationships. A bit of criticism. The first thing that struck me as a middle school teacher is that the vocabulary is somewhat advanced.
I put it through an online readability checker where it came out as somewhere between average and hard-to-read. If the target audience is teenage girls, it ought to be easier. This is a problem I find in general within the alt right. Their use of erudition to fight the criticism that they are knuckle dragging primitives is self-defeating. If one wants to connect with an audience it is necessary to talk at their level. I would suggest that she publish a series of short YouTube segments, 7 to 10 minutes perhaps, using a simple vocabulary to talk directly to her teenage audience.
The topics could come right out of the book: bullying, betrayal, being fake, finding a purpose and so on. She does a good job on each of these. They are not political topics.
What is called a right-wing agenda is really no more than a belief in tradition. A society can only perpetuate itself if men and women get together to form families and raise children. This book is mostly just advice on how to manage your own life such that you can do that. Look around will show that the people who for the last two generations have not adhered to tradition are dying out. They don't have nearly enough children and grandchildren to replace themselves. Those they have accept as normal all sorts of lifestyles that are inconsistent with perpetuating our culture.
I am encouraged that Pettibone and a few other YouTube bloggers such as Blonde are getting married and express the intention of having children. I hope we don't lose track of them once they get bogged down with family. This is certainly the kind of advice that I will give to my 1-year-old daughter. The greatest blessing in my life is to now Adult dating Pettibone a wife who sees things the same way Pettibone and I do.Adult dating Pettibone
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