Book Review - What I Wish I knew at 18 by Dennis Trittin

   What I Wish I Knew at 18 by Dennis Trittin was a book I wasn't really sure about until I started reading.  It turned out to be a really good book about very practical things that teenagers will face in their life.  He talks about everything from relationships and sex to spiritual life, adversity, finances and character.
  The book was loaded with awesome quotes from people who have experienced both good and bad in life. One quote that really stood out was in the chapter on character.  In talking about integrity  he quoted a former boss who said, "If you're wondering whether or not to do something, ask how you would feel if it became tomorrow's headline in the New York Times."
   This book is very practical and very good.  I would highly recommend it to any teenager.

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