Relational Aggression, or Female Bullying,
Causes Big Problems in Organized Groups and Teams.
We’ll Personally Help You Guide Your
Kindergarten – Grade 8 Girls Through the Maze of Hurtful Friendships. Your Girls Will Learn to
Build Thriving Friendships and You Can
Devote More Time to the Goals of Your
in the Shaping of Girls’ Lives
From: Jane Balvanz and Blair Wagner, the Female Friendship Experts
Dear Group and Team Leaders (of organizations, troops, extra-curricular activities, camps, clubs, sports teams, church group, etc.) Who Deal With Girls and Relational Aggression:
You know the amount of pain girls can suffer or inflict upon each other. Do you find that friendship problems between girls in your organization or team wastes time, learning, participation and contribution?
It’s Difficult to Know What to Do When Girls
in Your Group or Team Cannot Get Along
As a group or team leader do you feel:
- Frustrated by the amount of time lost to Relational Aggression (RA)?
- Sad when you realize how much pain girls can suffer when they are the target, bystander, or even the bully in an RA situation?
- Discouraged or irritated when the same girls continue to have the same problems over and over again?
- Confused when you don’t understand the phenomena of Relational Aggression?
- Helpless because you don’t know what to do?
Relational Aggression Stagnates Group Progress.
It Gets in the Way of Positive Interactions and
Group Goals. It Also Hurts. We Want You to Know
There Is a Way Through This Form of Bullying
Many group and team leaders have found understanding and relief through learning more about the dynamics of Relational Aggression. In turn, they have taught their girls the skills to respond in a positive manner to RA.
“My daughter had been on the receiving and giving end of RA. As a child I also experienced RA and therefore, I wanted to do something proactive to assist her in dealing with the very difficult issues girls face.
Blair's and Jane's program was a wonderful forum for my daughter and me to talk about and share our experiences. It helped her identify RA issues and gave her choices and tools to use.
I think as a result of this program, she is much more confident and has built many healthy relationships. The strategies that were discussed in the program were helpful for women of all ages in any environment from work to school.”
Shelly Mott, Attorney
Our Experience, Knowledge, Compassion and Perspective Will Show You How to Help Your Own Group or Team Members NOW. You Will Be Able to Guide Girls to Become Independent Problems Solvers. This, in Turn, Will Allow You to Devote More Time to Group or Team Activities
After years of teaching, counseling and coaching hundreds of elementary/middle school girls and their parents, we know exactly what it takes to help you guide girls through hurtful friendships. We specialize in helping group and team leaders teach girls to be positive, assertive, and independent problem solvers. When confronted with an RA difficulty, girls will know what to do.
A Way Through, LLC understands the dedication group and team leaders have. We also understand the problems Relational Aggression can create. With the right tools and support, you will be able to spend more time as an encouraging role model and less time as a mediator.
We created When Girls Hurt Girls® for Group and
Team Leaders and for Parents, So You Can Get to the Priority of Positively Influencing Girls’ Lives.
You Will Confidently Be Able to Help Girls Help
Themselves in Relational Aggression Situations
We’ve made the path through Relational Aggression easy to understand.
Imagine your group or team members:
- Feeling grounded and ready to participate
- Having the confidence and courage to stand up for themselves
- Solving their own RA problems
- Realizing their self-worth
- Recognizing hurtful behaviors in themselves and others
- Trusting in their own feelings
- Using effective and appropriate words with girls who have hurt them
- Understanding that they deserve to be treated respectfully
If you’d like to learn how to teach your girls to take responsibility for their friendships and avoid the drama, you’ve come to the right place. We’ll provide the tools for you to share with and role model for your girls.
This Could Be the Most Important Step You Take in Helping Your Girls Feel Empowered Enough to Solve Their Own Friendship Problems. Act Now and STOP the Hurting So You Can Move Ahead With Your Group or Team
In groups and teams, Relational Aggression prevents learning and participation. Help your girls through the painful dynamics of Relational Aggression NOW. Give them the tools to use to find their way into healthy friendships.
If you’re ready for personalized support customized to your specific situation and need help now, email us at CustomerSupport@AWayThrough.com or call us directly at 319-621-6381 to discuss different options available to you.
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