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Know About Netflix’s New Movie To The Bone

Recently Netflix released the trailer for its intense new movie that follows the realistic struggles of a 20-year-old woman suffering from anorexia. And there’s already been a lot of backlash on social media slamming the movie for promoting eating disorders. The fear is that this film (which also stars Keanu Reeves) is going to glamorize […]

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Tell Your Girl How You Feel About Her

You know how it feels when you receive a sincere compliment or thank you? As simple as it may seem, expressing appreciation has enormous emotional power! And even kids feel it. Your bond with your girl is strengthened every time you acknowledge and openly discuss her positive traits and qualities. Think about what makes you […]

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Teach Your Teen Stand Up Comedy

You know that thing? The one that your daughter comes home and talks about on the days that she seems down? Maybe it’s a kid that makes fun of the way she runs in P.E. or a teacher who won’t cut her a break on the homework. Either way, it’s hard for our girls to […]

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Say The Same Thing Over and Over. Repeat.

  How many times have you told your children not to walk and text at the same time? You probably can’t even count that high! It seems like a no-brainer, but as parents, we have to be careful not to expect the same logical assessments from our teens that we can make as adults. If […]

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Find Your Girl the Right Online Role Model

Take those movie posters off the walls. Online celebrities now officially carry more clout than traditional Hollywood stars. And that’s especially true when it comes to female YouTubers and their audiences.   Teens perceive Internet celebrities to be way more authentic, credible, and genuine than actresses in TV or movies. They tend to trust and respect […]

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