Plagued with low self-esteem, Chloe Wilson turns to boys to feel better about herself. Poor judgment leads to her first sexual experience--date rape--at only fourteen years old. But her need for acceptance drives her risky behavior. Teen pregnancy and a total deconstruction of her identity finally provide the wake up call to figure out who she is, where self-esteem comes from, and how to be happy. This memoir is a straight-forward look into the life of a teen girl's struggles with self-esteem and the shame she encounters on the road of teen pregnancy. Intertwined with statistics of teen pregnancy, the conclusion provides a clear view into the risks and generational consequences of teen pregnancy. A reflection guide offers teens an opportunity to examine their beliefs about sex, contraception, self-esteem, and other relevant topics.