Why you should embarrass your kids, and how conflict as an opportunity for change is a radical concept for girls.
What’s perplexing and upsetting for parents is that the name-calling, teasing and social exclusion is happening to their daughters in early elementary school, kindergarten or even preschool.
“After the presentation and the question and answer session that followed, it was clear that parents would be leaving with language to use at home to resolve conflicts effectively,”
Ronnie and Simone talked about the pressures on middle school girls, what’s available for boys’ social emotional learning, and our goals to reach 25 million girls.
Simone Marean and her award-winning presentation “Raising Resilient Girls” was featured in Parents Magazine.
When the inevitable “fight” occurs between your daughter and another girl, I’m reminded every day how little I understand girls.
Read about Girls Leadership expanding into New Jersey and our first event with host study partner, the Livingston Board of Education.
Read an article in the Maplewood Patch about Rachel Simmons’ talk in Maplewood, NJ.
Heidi L of the feminist blog the FBomb recounts attending the Summer Program. She found her way to amazing, interesting, inspiring, fierce, fabulous females, and the adventures and spirit lives on.