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  • Janice Cooper

    Awesome article on self esteem for young girls

  • Lee_mama

    Girl Power: Nine Ways to Build Your Daughter’s Self-Esteem. Most moms I work with are completely unaware of studies out of the NYU Child Study Center that indicate the average American girl’s self-esteem peaks at the age of nine and then plummets. Yes, you read that correctly—nine. The reasons they report are many and varied, ranging from hormonal shifts to media influence, specifically the sexualization of girls and the setting of unrealistic physical standards.

  • Cassandra Greving

    Nine Ways to Build Your Daughter’s Self-Esteem...this is one of my big goals for my daughter's life. I love number 9! Such a wonderful reminder.

  • Katie Bingham

    Nine ways to build your daughter's self esteem. Great article- a must read.

  • Lindsey Geddings

    Nine ways to build girls' self esteem

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