Discover the gift of friendship! In a time when many women feel lonely and isolated, Girls’ Club calls us to embrace the delight and comfort that can be found in life-giving friendships with women— and to cultivate relationships that not only offer emotional affirmation and acceptance, but also inspire, educate, and stretch us to live out our God-given potential. Told through stories and encouragement based on the authors’ experiences—Sally, a seasoned mother and well beloved author; her daughter Sarah, an Oxford scholar and new mother; and her youngest daughter Joy, a professional young woman pursuing her doctorate—Girls’ Club will speak to the importance of cultivating deep and lasting friendship at every stage in life. Join Sally, Sarah, and Joy as they explore the power, difficulties, potential, beauty, and satisfaction of friendships that help us live purposeful, Godly lives and that satisfy our longing for meaningful and intimate companionship. Also available: The Girls’ Club Experience (9781496436115), a companion guide to help women plant and deepen the roots of friendship.
Yoga Girls' Club is a non-judgemental and fun environment for self-exploration where girls and young women can feel empowered to manage the changes, challenges and social pressures of teen life with confidence and self-awareness. The interactive workbook format introduces girls to yoga and meditation and offers frequent opportunities for self-reflection through short drawing and writing exercises, enabling girls to explore who they are and what they believe, in a positive and affirming way. The book guides the reader through 43 illustrated, easy-to-follow yoga postures, each with unique benefits for health and wellbeing, as well as explaining different yogic breathing techniques and suggesting yoga sequences to help girls develop their own yoga routines. There are also 9 fun art activities designed to encourage creative expression. Ideal for tween and teen girls aged 11-17, this book will also provide practical tools for yoga instructors, school counsellors, psychotherapists, arts therapists and youthworkers wanting to explore identity, encourage body confidence and promote self-esteem with this age group.
How Teenaged Holocaust Survivors Built New Lives in America
Author: Carole Bell Ford
Publisher: Lexington Books
After World War II the Girls Club of Brooklyn, New York, became home and safe haven to a small group of young women, orphaned in the Holocaust, whose stories represent the experiences of tens of thousands of child survivors. This book follows them from childhood to the present as they, contrary to early predictions, built new and successful lives in America. In old age the women, once again, are defying bleak expectations.
"The Big Girls Club" is ""Sex in the City" meets Eckhart Tolle." Written for women about their relationships in the workplace (good and bad), "The Big Girls Club" sets forth ten rules that work for today's Big Girls, just as they did when we were little girls, with chapters such as "Cross My Heart and Hope to Die," "Pinky-finger Swear," and "Kiss and Make Up," as well as some just for grownups: "Not with My Ex," and "Beware of Women without Female Friends." The rules, along with meaty anecdotes, are a guide for women and our complicated relationships. If we act and think BIG, we can accomplish so much together!
Seven Team-Building Exercises for Women Who Work with Women
Author: Judi Adams
Publisher: Wheatmark, Inc.
Judi Adams is an internationally recognized strategic planner and organizational coach, providing strategic planning services across the country and around the globe. She has over twenty-five years of experience in organizational development, is a mentor trainer using the Techniques of Participation (ToP ), and is a licensed marriage and family therapist with a master's degree in education from the University of Southern California. She developed The Big Girls Club Workshop Series for women who work with other women and want to do it better!
At an exclusive California prep school, four young girls form a bond that will endure over two decades—a bond built on secrets, scandal and murder…a bond about to be broken. Mattie, a federal judge…Breeze, a wealthy entrepreneur…and Jane, the first lady of the United States, have all enjoyed a meteoric rise to success since their days at the Rowe Academy for Girls. But now the truth behind the suicide of their friend Ivy and the murder of their headmistress twenty years ago is no longer safely hidden. The man imprisoned for the murder has been exonerated, and a true crime reporter is relentlessly pursuing a loose thread in the decades-old cover-up, one that threatens to unravel the women's pact of silence. But none of them anticipated the twisted depths of the secrets about to be exposed—or how the truth could shatter all their lives.
This is a story about three young girls that became close friends. They are also quite adventurous in nature, and get thrown into situations that put their quest for adventure to the test. Read along and find out how these friends use wit and daring to solve the mistery of a missing boy. This book is about friendships, courage and daring.