You don't have to live with the worry, am I . . . enough?
If there is one thing most women struggle with it's the never-ending desire to be enough for this world. They put on makeup and wear certain clothing in hopes of being pretty enough for the popular guy. They use big words to sound smart enough for the job they want. And they do everything someone else might ask of them--even in a toxic relationship--to feel wanted and good enough. But their efforts always fall short because the grass is greener on the other side, and there is always someone else who is prettier, smarter, and more "enough" than they are.
In Am I . . . popular blogger Grace Valentine shares the ten lies that girls believe and unpacks the truth that will set them free. She helps them deal with their insecurities and disappointments, peer pressure, and the inevitable feeling of being overwhelmed. And though they will never be enough for this world, she reminds them that they don't need makeup, or a boyfriend, or one hundred likes on their Instagram picture. God, the Creator of the universe, sees them just as they are and loves them anyway, and he stretches out his arms to them saying, "You are enough for me, my child, come as you are."