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Friendship for Grown-Ups

Friendship for Grown-Ups What I Missed and Learned Along the Way

By Lisa Whelchel
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.16 Stars

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On 5/4 Bonnie Annis wrote: I just finished reading a wonderful book by Lisa Welchel called "Friendships for Grownups, what I missed and learned along the way." In the book, Lisa becomes transparent and discusses how difficult it was for her to allow herself to get to a point where she could have friends. Lisa describes how hard ... Friendship for Grown-ups, What I missed and Learned along the way (a book review)

Bonnie's Rating:

5 Stars

On 5/3 Angel Muly wrote: She grew up in Hollywood where there were few people to trust and even fewer to guide her. By adulthood, she was strong, safe, and lonely. Eventually, her desire to experience the connection of a true friend was stronger than the desire to be safe. She quickly learned, she didn’t know how to be ... Friendship

Angel's Rating:

5 Stars

On 5/3 Maureen Spell wrote: I remember growing up watching Lisa as Blair on The Facts of Life, and have been a fan of hers since then. I've read several of her other books and was looking forward to reading this book. Right away I was drawn into this book because of how open and honest Lisa was in telling about her own struggles ... Wonderful Book!

Maureen 's Rating:

5 Stars

On 5/3 WingedReader wrote: She may always be known as Blair Warner, the snobby girl on the Facts of Life, but in real life, Lisa Whelchel is anything but. In her book, Friendship for Grown-ups, Lisa recounts her difficulties in opening up to people and guarding her true self. She tells of how she used her faith to help her open ... Friendship for Grown-ups by Lisa Whelchel

WingedReader's Rating:

5 Stars

On 5/1 Julie Ross wrote: Friendship for Grown-UpsLisa Whelchel Lisa Whelchel takes an honest look into her life and discovers that she lacks true friends. She discloses in a very open and vulnerable way why she did not have the true emotional bonds that women generally share with one another. Ms. Whelchel plainly walks a ... Friendship For Grown - Ups (Book Review)

Julie's Rating:

5 Stars

On 4/30 Spiritledmom wrote: What woman my age (still holding on to the 30's, thank you) doesn't remember "The Facts of Life" on TV? Didn't you wish you were right there living with Blair and Tootie? Most of you know that (Blair) Lisa Whelchel grew up to be a minister's wife and major supporter of homeschooling and Christian ... Friendship for Grown Ups

Spiritledmom's Rating:

5 Stars

On 4/30 Walking with angels wrote: Thank you seems inadequate when I tell you the courage I have found from reading this book. I read the book in one sitting. Straight after reading this book I emailed my friends and took a step out into unknown scary territory of true friendship. I pray Lisa continues building her friendships and ... Friendship for grownups

Walking with angels' Rating:

5 Stars

On 4/30 ReviewsCurtasia wrote: Friendship For Grownups  Lisa Whelchel  Lisa Whelchel talks about her struggles to make friends. . . for the first time as an adult.  Not just the “Hi how are you?” type of friendship, but the heart to heart friendship many of us long for.  First off, I expected this to be more of a how ... Friendship For Grownups – Lisa Whelchel

ReviewsCurtasia's Rating:

5 Stars

On 4/29 Ann Hibbard wrote: When I requested Friendship for Grown-Ups by Lisa Whelchel as my next book to review, I expected an enjoyable book from a familiar and favorite author. What I found was a heart laid open for all to see. I found the story of a heart-wrenching, but very rewarding, journey from walls of self-protection ... Friendship for Grownups by Lisa Whelchel

Ann's Rating:

5 Stars

On 4/29 Richard Wheeler wrote: We're grownups aren't we? But sometimes we don't act like grownups, especially when it comes to how we manage our friendships. In her latest book, "Friendship for Grownups," Facts of Life star and Women of Faith speaker Lisa Whelchel helps readers grow up a little in their friendships. Using her own ... Review: Friendship for Grownups

Richard's Rating:

5 Stars