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The following article, written by James Kicinski-McCoy, appeared October 27, 2016 on Mother Magazine. Read below, or view on the mothermag.com website.
In today’s overwhelming world of altered photos, filters, and fillers, the thought of raising a teenager (let alone a teenage girl) may be a scary one. As mothers, we remember being teens ourselves, and recall the pressures and anxieties that we faced. Nowadays, more than ever, it’s a time to focus on shaping girls into strong, independent young women, to help them rise up, be heard, and exude confidence. So, what can we as parents do to encourage our daughters in all of the above? We’ve tapped Kristi Hoffman, M.S., author of the best-selling book Total Package Girl: Discover The Ultimate You For Life, to offer some insight on the personal and social development of pre-teen and teenaged girls. Read below for her take on the ins-and-outs of teenage girls and how we as parents can help build their self-esteem. (read more…)
The reviews for Kristi K. Hoffman’s book Total Package Girl keep coming in!
“This timely handbook gives every tween or teen reader an enthusiastic boost to ‘just be you'”
#jbu! The chance to look at one’s own talents, skills, feelings and energy lead to good decisions, strong values and pride in the person you are and what to be! Hoffman is a cheerleader for this generation and knows how to get her points across clearly and with enthusiasm dealing with the many life issues of being a teen. A great way for parents, teachers, counselors and others to start the conversation allowing each girl to better understand herself. An appealing format, welcoming to all girls, full of honest examples of situations to analyze and apply in an appropriate way. It is a motivational “total package!” (read more…)