As part of the Pure Freedom ministry of Dannah Gresh, Suzy Weibel has read her diary entries to 'tween and teen girls all over the world. When she does, something deep and freeing happens: they totally identify with her seventh grade diary of self-disclosure and self-deprecation, and come away trusting what Suzy found. Suzy Weibel is funny, yet thoughtful, and represents the sporty side of girlhood. The book itself is a feast to the eyes and catches the essence of a girl's struggle to like herself.
Suzy has been a mentor and friend to me since I was twelve years old. She is a teacher by nature, and her credibility is rooted in authenticity and wisdom. Suzy offers hope as her deepest, most genuine thoughts from childhood collaborate with her life experience, knowledge, wisdom, and humor.
-Stephanie Smith, Gotee recording artist
Most of my career for the last eight years has been working with teenage girls, and the saddest reality about the teen years is that we all struggle with insecurities, for different reasons and in different ways (even those girls we thought were beautiful and always put together perfectly). I'm so glad that books like Secret Diary Unlocked: My Struggle to Like Me are being written. Being willing to be honest about our fears and mistakes and insecurities helps the process seem less foreign and scary to the girls going through it now. Secret Diary is written in an honest and fun way that I think any female will enjoy . . . so if you're a girl shopping for a new read, pick this one!!
-Tricia Brock, SuperChick