Got Tweens? – Let’s chat about how to build their self esteem

Got Tweens?  About to have Tweens?  I’ve had them, still have them, and will have them – that’s right with 5 kids my Tween life has been filled with years of lessons,  learning experiences, survival but mostly fun.

If your are on or about to be on the Tween journey then you will want to attend this  FREE live online chat.  Tweens can face a variety of challenges that are all part of growing up- and as their parents, we face them, too!  Join me Tuesday October 11th for a live chat over on The Motherhood offering advice during this weeks Tween Academy. Our topic this week is Tweens &  Building Self Esteem . (Tuesday, 10/11, 12Noon ET, 9am PST)

During this chat, Rosalind Wiseman and the co-hosts ( My-self and 5 fellow bloggers)  will lead a discussion onhow parents can help encourage and compliment tweens to help buildtheir confidence and create a sense of self-esteem.  They will alsoprovide suggestions for giving tweens a sense of belonging, pride andtrust in themselves.

Tweens and Building Self Esteem Details

What: The tween years can be tough on your child’s confidence.  During this class on Tweens and Building Self-Esteem, we will chat about how parents can encourage tweens to help create a strong sense of self-esteem.  We can also exchange suggestions for giving tweens a sense of belonging, pride and trust in themselves. It’s all part of Tween Academy on TheMotherhood, brought to you by Unilever. 

When: Tuesday, October 11, at noon ET / 9am PT

Where: On TheMotherhood, here –

Renowned parenting expert Rosalind Wiseman, author of the New York Times bestseller Queen Bees and Wannabes (which the movie Mean Girls was based on), will lead the discussion with the help of six fantastic blogger co-hosts:

Melissa, The Staten Island Family
Sarah, Mar Vista Mom 
Trisha, 24/7 MOMS 
Kim, Crafty Mama of 4
Amanda, Parenting by Dummies
Jenn, Frugal Upstate

WIN : Giveaway! During the Talk, we will randomly give one participant a Vera Bradley tote bag filled with these items: momAgenda Desktop Planner; momAgenda Chores Pad; momAgenda Love Post-It Notes; one sample each of Dove, Degree Girl, and Degree Men deodorant; Rosalind Wiseman’s Queen Bees and Wannabes; Rosalind Wiseman’s Boys, Girls & Other Hazardous Materials.

Disclosure: I received compensation forthis post and participation in the Tweens and Building Selfesteem discussion however all opinions are 100% my own. Unilever sent me a gift pack as a ThankYou for my participation.

I hope to “see” you there!

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