What can you do more as parents to ensure that your tween girls attend school free of fear, violence, or discrimination?
In today's episode, Aime, our special guest, shares her personal story being a 'slow learner' who survived severe bullying for six years. You'll learn how she is helping girls love and believe in themselves and feel okay about being different. She also shares tips for parents on how to recognize the signs that your tween girl is having a bad day and how to respond in a way that makes her feel safe and protected.
Aime Hutton is a 5-time international best-selling author/compiler, a transformational speaker, workshop facilitator, and youth advocate helping girls age 11 - 14 feel safe and included at school and beyond. As a youth diversity adviser, she helps educators facilitate safe spaces for young female students so they can instill courage, confidence, and inclusion in themselves.
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