My Feet Aren't Ugly: A Girl's Guide to Loving Herself from the Inside Out (Revised)

Debra Beck (Author)


Do you ever feel bad about yourself or have trouble being yourself while still fitting in? Do you have tough questions you are afraid to ask?In this funny, honest book, teen mentor Debra Beck provides personal stories, quizzes, journaling exercises, and thoughts from teens themselves to help you develop your self-confidence. Learn how to make healthy decisions in the face of peer pressure, have strong relationships with family and friends, and respect and love yourself for who you are. This revised and updated edition also has new chapters on bullying and internet safety.

Product Details

Beaufort Books
Publish Date
September 09, 2011
6.9 X 0.6 X 8.9 inches | 0.75 pounds
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About the Author

Debra Beck is an entrepreneur and counselor for teenage and pre-teen women. She has devoted herself to helping young women become happy and confident enough to make good decisions. She has drawn on her own experience and the experiences of the young women she has helped to make her book resonate with readers. She currently lives in Sedona, AZ.


"My Feet Aren't Ugly" is both funny and deep, and reveals the challenges teen girls face today. Debra reaches out to teens in their own language, and offers solutions to difficult problems. Every teen girl should read this book!

-Vanessa Van Petten, author of "Do I Get My Allowance before or after I'm Grounded?" and founder of
"My Feet Aren't Ugly" is an excellent read and a great tool for parents, teachers, and counselors. Young readers will gain self-esteem and new skills in positive thinking and goal setting thanks to the affirmation and self-reflection led by Debra.

-Michelle Rossi, author of "All About Me" and contributing author in the "Chicken Soup for the Soul" series
A must-read for all girls facing the huge challenge of being a teenager today!-Sue Scheff, parent advocate and author of Google Bomb and Wit's End
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