Inspiring Girls to “Be R.E.A.L”

Mar 12, 2011

If your middle-school-age daughter is having a hard time dealing with friend dynamics, then the two of you might want to check out the Be R.E.A.L (Relationships- Extraordinary, Authentic and Loving) workshops put on by the Institute for Girls Development. The interactive series, which will run for four weeks at Vroman’s, strives to provide girls with tools to navigate the intricacies of friendship and give parents what they need to support their daughters throughout these challenging years. Help your daughters boost their confidence and deal with cliques while you connect with other parents and caretakers and learn how to encourage positive, healthy friendships.

Be R.E.A.L.
4 Wednesdays: March 16, 23 & 30, April 6, 6:30-830 p.m.
Vroman’s Bookstore
695 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena
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1 Response for “Inspiring Girls to “Be R.E.A.L””

  1. Matheus says:

    Just finished your book, Hero Found, and went to your blog. First I wentad to praise the book as I enjoyed reading it and feel the men and women of the Vietnam War were wrongly portrayed by many at the time. Dengler’s story is truly one of courage and heroism.I do believe Floyd Jimmy Thompson was the longest-held American POW of the war, not Lt. Everett Alvarez, Jr.Once again thanks for such a great book I will recommend it to my reading friends.R. Lompart



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