Parents can agree—teenage relationships are tricky to navigate. Find any opportunity you can to let your daughter know how amazing she is on the inside and what a strong, independent young woman she’s growing into. When a girl feels good about herself, she won’t have to rely on a relationship for her sense of self-worth. Help build positive self-esteem for you and a girl in your life by creating your own self-esteem board titled, #SelfEsteemProject.
Dealing with different cliques and bullies can make it difficult to help your daughter develop healthy friendships and surround herself with people who support her, make her happy, and encourage her to be a better person. Here are five tips to help you teach your daughter to cultivate healthy friendships. Join us—create your own self-esteem board using #SelfEsteemProject.
Dealing with bullying can take time, so be patient and understanding of what your daughter is going through. Show her you’re there to support her and reassure her that she doesn’t need to change her appearance. Use the action checklist below to help you and your daughter beat bullying together. Join us—create your own self-esteem board using #SelfEsteemProject.
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Does your daughter know that she is seen? That she is known? That she is loved? In a world that tells them everything they are NOT, here's how to fill them up with the knowledge of God's love for them, their inner beauty and true self worth.
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The truth about parenting? It's hard to do it without help. One of the healthiest ways to be a good role model is to share the responsibility. Enlist women in your life—aunts, grandmothers, family friends and other moms—that your daughter can look to for support as she grows up. Help build positive self-esteem for you and a girl in your life by creating your own self-esteem board titled, #SelfEsteemProject.
Girls and boys disagree, tease, and banter with their friends. But bullying is different: it is unwanted, aggressive behavior that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. Bullying includes actions such as making threats, spreading rumors, attacking someone physically or verbally, and excluding someone from a group on purpose. So, how can you tell if your daughter is being bullied? Know these indicators of bullying. #SelfEsteemProject
Your daughter will have many influences on her road to adulthood—some better than others. What happens when she starts hanging out with a group you don’t approve of? Before judging her friends, you can do your part to learn more about them and why your daughter is interested in their friendship. Help build positive self-esteem for you and a girl in your life by creating your own self-esteem board titled, #SelfEsteemProject.