As you struggle to explain to your children why two mass shootings happened over the weekend, one definitely caused by racism and white supremacy, please refrain from blaming mental illness in your explanation.
Talk To White Boys
This MAGA loser gleefully bothering a Native American protestor at the Indigenous Peoples March. pic.twitter.com/jIb5K68vIs — Talia (@2020fight) January 19, 2019 This is why I want to speak/teach/talk with young white males. I know, I know. Some of you are like wait, I thought you worked with girls? I do but, it has been on…
Summer Ends. Marvelousness Doesn’t!
This year will be the 3rd Annual Marvelous Girls’ Summit! In the past, the summit was only open to 6th through 8th graders. This year, after many requests, the summit will include 5th grade girls! (YAAAY)! Early registration is open now for a short time. Don’t delay.
Will you join us?
Great! Here are 5 quick ways to help us reach #20k2020 plus how you join MU internationally!
Best Day of My Life
Thank you for joining me and Marvelous University on this journey create a day for a girl to have one of the best days of her life, like this girl here.
Marvelous Modification (Issa Sale)
My teammates and I talked about it and the way we see it, so many folks are having special promotions this weekend so why not us?
You Heard It Here First
Do you remember that awkward feeling of everything changing without your consent? Your friendships. Your body. The adults in your house!
Tip Three: Focus on Your Daughter’s Response, Not On Changing the Bully’s Behavior
“Are you saying I’m supposed to do NOTHING about this girl that makes my daughter cry!?”
Second Tip: Teach Your Daughter How To Break Up
This is where big decisions are made. It’s one thing to know that you’re unhappy in a friendship and another to actually do something about it. But wouldn’t you agree that if your daughter doesn’t know how to end an unhealthy friendship, it may be all the more difficult for her to recognize the signs and seek refuge if she were in an unhealthy dating relationship?
First Tip: Decide if the Assessment is True
Has your daughter ever said (through sighs and tears) that another girl ruined her day? If your daughter is anything like the ones I’ve worked with over the years, the reason for the ruination could be:
“She didn’t talk to me because I’m not pretty enough and she said I don’t look like the other girls.”
“I couldn’t sit with them because she told them I have an awkward shape.”
“She told the team that if I make it, it’s only because the coach feels sorry for me.”