Throughout this book, Lisa shares personal and intimate stories of her own quest for friendship and the understanding of who she was, how she got there and what she must do to become a spiritually and emotionally healthy individual capable of receiving and giving friendship. Lisa is honest, open and vulnerable.
As I read Lisa’s new book, I found so many of her points striking a chord within me as I recognized my own need to learn to develop healthy, strong and reciprocal friendships with other women.
Included in “Friendships for Grown-ups…” are discussion questions and other helpful additions which makes this book ideal for individuals or small group study. The book was easy to follow and kept my interest throughout. I could identify with much of Lisa’s personal story and experiences with past friendships and her desire to have true lasting adult friendships.
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