From: Jane Balvanz and Blair Wagner, the Female Friendship Experts
Dear Parents of Girls Hurting from Painful Friendships:
Do you need some help in guiding your daughter through hurtful friendships?
It’s Tough to Know What to Do When Your
Daughter Is Being Hurt by Other Girls
As a parent, do you feel:
- Angry when your daughter is being excluded, gossiped about, or given the silent treatment?
- Sad seeing your daughter being hurt by her “friends”?
- Frustrated due to your daughter’s on-again / off-again friendships?
- Unable to help your daughter when school, sports, or social activities seem like a girl war zone?
- Devastated when your daughter is too scared to go to school?
Whether You Are Feeling Angry, Hurt or Helpless at
What Is Happening to Your Daughter, We Want You to Know That There Is a Way Through This Form of Bullying
Many parents have found hope through learning more about the dynamics of Relational Aggression (RA). In turn they have equipped their daughters with skills with which to assert themselves in RA situations. Their daughters have experienced relief and used their personal power to create friendships which serve them.
"I didn't know how to help my children because I was so crushed. I think I suffered even more than my girls did.
You created a comfort zone. Now I step back, review it, and know we'll get through it...My daughter has re-friended all of these girls."
Cathy Fairfield, Mother of 5 girls
Our Knowledge, Experience, Compassion, and Perspective Will Show You How to Help Your Daughter Get a Feeling of Control Now! Relational Aggression Is a Problem
You Can’t Solve for Your Daughter, But You Can
Find Relief in Helping Her Discover Her Own Peace
After counseling hundreds of parents and elementary/middle school girls through the maze of friendships, we know exactly what it takes to get you through this painful experience. We specialize in helping parents guide their daughters to make powerful choices that result in friendships that feel good.
You see, many parents have the urge to solve the problem for their daughters. They, however, are missing an opportunity to teach a valuable life lesson - that the answer to any problem lies within. When girls are taught an inside-out approach to solving their friendship problems, they are equipped with relational tools they can use forever.
“The tools were easy to follow, practical, and easy to replicate at a later time. As a result, my daughter has built confidence in learning how to deal with these situations and can talk to me in a language that makes it easier for me to listen and help if necessary.”
- Beth Knudson, Asst Director
International Internships and Education
University of Iowa, College of Business
“ I thought it was good because it helps me think about what I can do to be a good friend. I really enjoyed the role playing exercises.”
- Lauren, Daughter
We Created When Girls Hurt Girls® for Parents and Girls
So You and Your Daughter Can Confidently Know Exactly How to Handle Difficult Friendship Situations
We’ve made the path through hurtful friendships easy to understand.
Imagine your daughter:
- Feeling grounded and self-confident
- Recognizing hurtful behavior in herself and in other girls
- Knowing what she wants in her friendships
- Choosing successful strategies when other girls hurt her
- Trusting her own feelings
- Releasing hurtful friendships and allowing joyful ones to blossom
- Using effective words with girls who have hurt her
- Understanding that she deserves to be treated respectfully
If you’d like to learn how to teach your daughter to take responsibility for her friendships and avoid the drama, you’ve come to the right place. We’ll provide tools for you to share with and model for your daughter. You will both feel better.
This Could Be the Most Important Step You Take in Helping Your Daughter Feel Empowered Enough to Solve Her Own Friendship Problems. Act Now and STOP the Hurting
Staying stuck hurts. Don’t wait another day. Give your daughter the tools to use when her friends aren’t acting like friends.
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