Life Advice Expert Liz Pryor is an author, speaker, columnist and life advice expert.  She is the owner of www.LizPryor.com and author of What Did I Do Wrong?  Published by Simon & Schuster, nominated for the books for a better life award. Her new memoir Look At You Now, published by Random House July, 2016,  was recently sold to Sonar Entertainment to be made into a limitedtelevision series.  In 2012, Lizwent up against 15 thousand hopefuls in a national search for the position of “life advice guru” on ABC’s Good Morning America, and won.  She dispensed an advice column weekly for ABC news, answered relationship and advice questions, and appeared on-air for the morning show.  Her candid shoot from the hip approach to the growing challenges of everyday life in this fast paced culture, offers support and hope in a voice that resonates.  Liz believes as a single mom of three teenagers, most of…

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LOOK AT YOU NOW Discussion Guide As parents with growing teenagers, most of us struggle to find a small view into their minds. Look at You Now, offers parents a chance to discuss with their teenagers many of the issues they are currently facing, or will eventually be facing. Talking about the events and characters of this story can give families a chance to share their thoughts and idea’s, and learn from one another in a way that doesn’t feel confrontational.  Sex, love, parenting, self-reliance, friendship, deception, shame, and adversity: all of these are subjects that readers can begin to explore through conversations about this book. When I shared this story for the first time with my own three teenagers—the story of what happened in 1979, when I was seventeen years old—I never imagined the discussion it would elicit.  My children were open and informed about sex, their idea’s about…

Hi Liz, I emailed you last week and realized I actually do want to ask your advice about something. I have this friend, Cass. Cass and I have been friends for about 2 years. She used to date my roommate and they went through a bad, prolonged break up last winter. I stayed friends with both and played diplomat. They would ask me about each other all the time. Cass would pump me for information about her ex and I would tell her, with the promise that she would not repeat the information to him as it would be obvious who it had come from. She betrayed this promise multiple times, sometimes barely waiting 10 minutes before emailing the ex. It made me look terrible, for multiple reasons. I guess I felt like I should tell her because she was involving me in a conspiracy with her, the basis of…