Jenna, the older sister, was beautiful, talented, popular, neat, and confident. Sara was the next born—the ordinary one. For years she was simply known as “Jenna’s sister,” without an identity of her own. Falling into the trap of comparison, Sara became all too familiar with inferiority, the gut-wrenching pain of believing she was worthless. But she found victory and wants others— especially young women—to find it too.