My book talks about boyfriends, girlfriends (the difference in sisterly affection), peer pressure, and dating. I shared some of my life experiences. I hope my book helps teens understand themselves.
If I was given half of the information I am sharing in my book,I would have made fewer mistakes in my life, which includes my relationships. You will face many situations in your life. I hope this book will help you make the best decision for YOU.
Trina Jordan is a passionate person who enjoys sharing knowledge. With her writing, she hopes to help preteens and teens learn the value of education. In addition, she believes strongly that many people face dark moments in their life. Her writings address those moments and share hope.
She believes that hope will guide us in our darkest hour when everything seems dark in our life. She believes that hope means to embrace our fear and find a solution. Hope is to accept when our life is not right and do something to make it right. Her book shares that vision and her goal is to give hope to everyone who reads her work.
Books for a better life
I wrote 3 books; 2 are for teens who are experiencing adult life and the other book is for teens who have not begun to experience adult life. My books focus on true life experiences such as, girlfriends, boyfriends, dating, peer pressure, and employment.
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