The Total Deconstruction of Chloe Wilson

The Total Deconstruction of Chloe Wilson Plagued with low self esteem Chloe Wilson turns to boys to feel better about herself Poor judgment leads to her first sexual experience date rape at only fourteen years old But her need for acceptanc

  • Title: The Total Deconstruction of Chloe Wilson
  • Author: Rebecca L. Carpenter
  • ISBN: 9781492750260
  • Page: 144
  • Format: Paperback
  • Plagued with low self esteem, Chloe Wilson turns to boys to feel better about herself Poor judgment leads to her first sexual experience date rape at only fourteen years old But her need for acceptance drives her risky behavior Teen pregnancy and a total deconstruction of her identity finally provide the wake up call to figure out who she is, where self esteem comes fPlagued with low self esteem, Chloe Wilson turns to boys to feel better about herself Poor judgment leads to her first sexual experience date rape at only fourteen years old But her need for acceptance drives her risky behavior Teen pregnancy and a total deconstruction of her identity finally provide the wake up call to figure out who she is, where self esteem comes from, and how to be happy This memoir is a straight forward look into the life of a teen girl s struggles with self esteem and the shame she encounters on the road of teen pregnancy Intertwined with statistics of teen pregnancy, the conclusion provides a clear view into the risks and generational consequences of teen pregnancy A reflection guide offers teens an opportunity to examine their beliefs about sex, contraception, self esteem, and other relevant topics.

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    1. A compelling look at a teen's journey through pregnancy with all the fear, ostracism, and hard decisions that experience entails. Readers will be gripped with Chloe's struggle to find herself and her ultimate transformation into a confident young woman. Both teens and adults will be captivated by this story. The author's voice comes across as vulnerable, spunky, and totally relatable. A book hard to put down!

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