For Krista Campbell, growing up brought her two things: confusion and fear. She was born with a degenerative illness that nullified her sense of joy in the world and caused her constant physical pain, but then after coming to find out certain..."facts" about her past, Krista was left with not knowing what was real and what was not about who she really was. If this wasn't enough, something far more sinister had crept up on her without even being identified: a relationship that would suck the emotional marrow out of her for years. Only through the power of belief in herself and a sense of self-worth did she come to realize she wasn't a glass girl. She was made of the finest armor any of us can have in life: Esteem. Truly one of the most powerful books possibly ever written on what it means to live with disease and be in a dysfunctional relationship at the same time, The Glass Girl is a book that reminds you not to get too comfortable in a relationship...it could take away years of life or even your life itself.