I’m so happy you’re here.
Raising girls today is hard work. There is more pressure than ever before for our young girls to look and act a certain way. They are under greater social media influence than any other generation of young girls before them, and as parents it can be hard to know where to turn.
As a long time educator and mother to 3, I am passionate about the importance of supporting our girls through the pivotal 8-12 years, often known as the tween age years. It’s a challenging time for all involved. There are friendship issues as our girls assert themselves and try to find their place in the world, there are outbursts and emotional meltdowns as hormones surge through their rapidly changing bodies, and it’s a time where our daughters become self-conscious for the first time.
As mothers it’s a tough time too. What should we allow and not allow when it comes to behaviour? How do we maintain effective communication with our daughters? How do we set up a positive relationship with them as they head ever closer to the Teen Years?
The way we handle this time matters.
Raising Strong Daughters is a supportive community that makes space for mums wanting to know how to raise strong, empowered, connected and resilient girls. It is a place of support, of learning and of growth. I honestly believe that we are all doing the best job we know how, but it’s not until we know better, that we can do better.
That’s where I come in.
I am an Educator, Author and Presenter with over 15 years’ experience working with young people in both the Education and Healthcare systems, a Counsellor and mother to 3. I help mothers and daughters start the conversation around self-acceptance, responsibility, reflection and kindness. I support mothers who crave honest, open and meaningful connections with their daughters.
Think back to when you were your daughter’s age. What are the things you wish your mother knew about you? What are the things you wish you’d been told? That’s where The Tween Mother’s Tool Book: Raising Strong Daughters comes in.
By joining this important community, you are becoming part of the change. As mothers we want our daughters to be themselves, to take chances, to be accepting of their humanness, and I want nothing more than to help you give your daughter just that. Together we can raise happy, confident daughters who are comfortable in their own skin.
It really does take a village and that’s exactly what I have created, and for more in depth support, The Mother’s Hub Club is on its way.
There’s nothing to lose and everything to gain.
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