#TimesUp – The Ultimate Self-Advocacy Guide for Teens

Have you and your daughter had an opportunity to talk about the #metoo, #timesup or #whywewearblack movement? Even though the glass ceiling hasn’t quite shattered or the hinges torn off the doors of inequality just yet, I’m hopeful that Oprah’s speech at the Golden Globes will bring positive change … for your daughter and mine. It’s no secret that sexual harassment, discrimination and disempowerment towards woman reaches far beyond the

The Social Media Beast that Dims your Daughter’s Spirit … and how to help her conquer it.

Somewhere between childhood and adulthood your teenage daughter passes through the copious rite-of-passage called adolescence. Those turbulent teenage years where it’s exciting to watch her grow into her own person – but hard to: let go and lose control make sense of her intense feelings manage your differences of opinion Do you remember your teenage years? When I look back, my heart and mind are filled with memories that range

3 Proven Steps to Help your Stressed-Out Teen

If your daughter could make ONE wish, what would it be? Studies show that teens are experiencing a higher rate of tension headaches and disrupted sleep. They’re struggling with how to balance multiple responsibilities … and it feels like too much to manage. When your daughter experiences a significant stressor, and doesn’t have the tools to cope, it’s normal to “wish” the pain and problem would just go away, so

Dangerous behaviors that strip your daughters power – and how you can guide her to safety.

Is your teenage daughter exhausted and stressed out? Her fatigue may be the due to self-defeating behaviors that deplete her personal power. Research shows that girls are more aware of human emotion and process emotional stimuli differently than boys. Experiencing sensitivity overload on a regular basis can make teenage girls more vulnerable to feeling anxious and depressed. Even the most confident teen may falter if she is: Always blaming someone