Confessions of a Boy-Crazy Girl: On Her Journey From Neediness…

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I was given the book Confessions of A Boy-Crazy Girl in exchange for an honest blog review and giveaway promotion. That in no way shaped my opinion of this book. 

I honestly and truly could have written a book very similar to Confessions of a Boy-Crazy Girl: On Her Journey From Neediness to Freedom. I was a totally utterly boy-crazy girl growing up. For me it started when I was in 1st grade. I can remember my very first crushes. It was Ben and Brad Brooks and Scott Cooper, those three boys were the center of my attention the entire time I was in class. With those first crushes, my life became all about boys and men, and the spiral cycle has never stopped.

I’m still co-dependent when it comes to Del far more than I should be. I should be co-dependent on God and his almighty power far more than I am!! That’s why reading this book was/is a blessing for me. This author was literally to speaking to me throughout the entire thing. I felt like I was having coffee with someone who’s been there done that, and is helping me to overcome an issue that is near and dear to my heart.


If you have ever had any dose of boy craziness in you, then you need to read this book. If you find that you HAVE to be in a relationship of some kind then you’re definitely someone who can benefit from everything this author has put together to teach you.

If you can buy it on Amazon. You can also gain more information on the author’s website. You can also connect with Paula Hendricks on Twitter and Facebook.

Were you boy-crazy growing up?  

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  1. It sounds great! I definitely remember being boy crazy back in the olden days of Trapper Keepers and puffy heart stickers! :)-Ashley

    • You sure did take me back with the Trapper Keepers and puffy heart stickers comment. I was the worse of the worse. Guys and men were treated like candy (quite literally) for me.

  2. Rachel S says:

    Starting in 5th grade probably!

  3. Laura Smith says:

    yes I was boy crazy but with 4 brothers and being the only girl I did not get to have that much fun. lol
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    • Oh no, you were probably overly sheltered for sure. I have a feeling my daughter is going to be the same way since she has two older brothers and two older cousins to look out after her. I promise you that you didn’t miss much!

  4. Corey Olomon says:

    Yes, starting Junior High

  5. Nancy says:

    No, I was level-headed and not boy-crazy.

  6. Misha Estrada says:

    I was very boy-crazy. I’m finally over it, but it took about 30 years 😉

  7. liza v says:

    not me my 12 yr old daughter

  8. Claire says:

    i did at one point

  9. Barbara Blanton says:

    As long as I remember I was boy crazy-lol

  10. Sandra says:

    I was totally boy crazy in high school!

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