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Raising a Powerful Girl

Raising a Powerful Girl


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A former Critical Care Paramedic turned Entrepreneur Maria Fuller, a mother to two girls, has spent nearly a decade working with women of all ages to help shed unhealthy beliefs and breakdown stereotypes surrounding pregnancy, motherhood, body image, self esteem, parenting, women in leadership and much more. Her Mission is to help Empower parents to Foster Independence, Leadership and Strong Personal Identity in their daughters so they can be the change we need to see in this world.

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Dr. Theresa Lyons Ph.D. is a staunch advocate sounding off about sleepless nights that exist for over 75 percent of children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). She's part Ivy League scientist, medical strategist, trailblazer,... more

Who is the Sumatoo Girl? She is smart, she loves school, and loves to read. She is an athlete. She is an artist. She may be a girly girl but, she isn't afraid to get down and dirty. She can go from sweats and sneakers to a dress and shoes in... more

Our guest today is Melody Pourmoradi. Melody has been coaching women for over a decade on how to create a vision for their best life. She thrives on sharing her message of self-empowerment and a wellness-centered living through her... more

Marian Bacol-Uba is a transformation coach, holistic health and wellness expert, and a certified pranayama and meditation teacher. She empowers women to transform trauma into triumphs, heal themselves from within, and create a... more

New Generation Parenting transcends that gap between boys and girls in terms of how we relate to them. Purely because it honours the child as a living being, as a soul, an equal with their own feelings, opinions and so on. Our Guest today is... more

Our Guest today is Pam Johnson. Pam has been singing since she was able to talk, which was somewhat frustrating for her mother when she would try to sing her to sleep and she would instead sing along. Pam started singing... more

For many women we have been told how to think, what to wear and how to behave from a very early age and so many of our current beliefs and ways of thinking have been ingrained in us from early childhood. These social... more

Our guest today Megan Grassel. When Megan was 17 years old she took her little sister Mary Margaret shopping for her first Bra. They scoured the mall to find a product that she was excited about, but ended up being completely appalled at... more

The middle school years, we know from experience and research, are the most trying times. It's where we can lose site of our inner self, our dreams and desires. Girls leave after 5 days of GEMS Camp with confidence and... more

Our guest today is Sarah Beach, founder, editor and publisher of ?STRONG The Magazine for Girls?. Beach was brought up during the Thatcher years in the 1980s in the UK. With a woman in power, Beach believed she could do or be... more