You may have said it - or wanted to say it. When your daughter comes home crying after another girl hurts her, it’s tempting to repeat this popular cliché. But is it helpful? And can it deter girls from building real friendships if they believe this stereotype is 100% true? Join Kari as she offers an alternative - and more hopeful - point of view. This message is also available as a post on Kari’s blog.Ep. 18 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.