15/07/2017
A guide to all the difficult stuff we face in our formative years.

Words by

GIULIA BRUGLIERA

At 24 years old, Megan Street is well aware of the struggles many teenage girls face.

Those that are often trivialised by adults who recognise ‘this too shall pass’ but in those teen years, can be life-changing. Street knows this all too well, having lost her best friend to suicide a few years back.

Now, she’s helping young women who may be experiencing similar hardships. Well, This is Growing up is a guide to all the difficult stuff we face in our formative years.

It covers everything from oscillating friendships, backstabbing, bullying, kindness, social media, heartbreak and sex, through the lens of someone who’s been there... and come out the other side.

It’s an important release and, perhaps, an even more important gift for someone you know.

This review was originally published in Fashion Journal 170. You can read it here.

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