There is so much pressure no days for us to be someone we aren’t. To be skinnier, funnier, more social. As a mother of girls, I think it is important to start early teaching and encouraging them, to be who they are with no pressure to be someone else.
I have always been a “different” type of person. I didn’t learn to embrace my weirdness until I was an adult. I was often made to feel like I should be different, and dress different, and speak differently. As I grew older I stopped caring so much what people thought of me and the way I am as a person. I learned there are people out there who like me despite my differences.
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These products are great to help with empowering girls and helping them to be more comfortable in their own skin and to also help boost self-esteem.
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