When trouble arises between your child and a friend or classmate, your first instinct is not always your best instinct. You can amplify matters by getting involved too quickly. Join Kari as she offers 4 guidelines to help you think through situations and guide your child in a crucial relationship skill. This message is also available on Kari's blog.Ep. 17 Show Notes:o Order Kari’s new book: Love Her Well: 10 Ways to Find Joy and Connection with Your Teenage Daughtero Kari’s 1st book for teen girls: 10 Ultimate Truths Girls Should Knowo Kari’s 2nd book for teen girls: Liked: Whose Approval Are You Living For?o Kari’s Blog - www.karikampakis.com/blog/o Contact Kari at email@example.com and follow her on Instagram and Facebook
Today's teenage girls face unprecedented challenges - and so do their parents. From anxiety, loneliness, and depression to struggles with friendships, body image, and self-worth, girls feel the overwhelm of a perfect storm that often leads them to despondency. For moms raising daughters, big questions have emerged: How can we help them thrive? How can we offer hope, wisdom, calm, and strength? In the Girl Mom podcast, blogger Kari Kampakis, a mom of 4 girls and author of 3 books (including the latest for moms, LOVE HER WELL) unites women who aim to be strong mothers raising empowered daughters. Addressing modern-day issues through the lens of faith, Kari helps mothers feel less alone, more encouraged, and more equipped to unleash the potential of their mother-daughter relationships.