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Confident girl lies





Confident Girl Lies

There are a few lies floating around about raising a Confident girl that are complete nonsense. In this post, we’ll get to the truth of the matter so YOU can move your girl forward.

If you want to learn more about setting up your Confident girl for success, make sure to download your FREE copy of The Confident Girl Parent Roadmap.

This FREE checklist will outline the process of raising your own unstoppable Confident girl.

It’s normal to feel hesitant about focusing on your Confident girl. The problem is that many of your hesitations might be based on information that just isn’t true.

Let’s bust a few popular Confident girl myths.


Myth #1: She’s not the right age.

Have you ever heard the saying “Don’t wait for the perfect moment? Take the moment and MAKE it perfect.”

A girl is never too young….or too old to have someone in her life who consistently provides love, guidance, and support. Who is there when no one else is there to say “Girl, You’ve GOT This.”

Besides, we all know what happens to the person who waits for the perfect moment. THE perfect moment never happens and she ends up looking back on time saying “if only.”

Myth #2: My girl doesn’t want to hear what I have to say.

If you think you’re a nag, something is wrong. If you are not spending more than a quick passing each day talking Confidence with your girl, something is wrong. The truth is that many girls go without talking confidence because they don’t have someone to talk about it with.

When one of my students came to me, she was spending little of her time connecting with her girl. After she completed the Gutsy Girl Game Plan, she not only increased her time, the quality of that time together skyrocketed

More importantly, her daughter was now set up in a relationship with her that generated trust and got her opening up and talking – without nagging.

Myth #3: I need to get it right from the start.

Most people believe they have to have the perfect opening line, talking points, and speech, …..BEFORE they build confidence with their girl.

This could not be further from the truth.

Your Confident girl will give you direct insight into what she needs to hear. This kind of insight is priceless.

Adults spend half their paycheck each month for therapists to unravel what they’ve ignored about themselves for years and you get to teach her how to do it NOW, with your Confident girl.

Stop creating conversations you hope your daughter will listen to and start creating conversations that unleash her inner unicorn.

Now that we’ve shattered some major myths about parenting a Confident girl, you can start raising your girl with confidence.

Click here to get your free copy of The Confident Girl Parent Roadmap and learn seven steps you need to take in order to ENJOY your Confident girl.




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It's not what you look at that matters.....it's what you see

by Heather Freeman, click here to get all our posts.

It's not what you look at that matters....it's what you see.

Those streaming tears are not just tears -
she's sensitive, doesn't have words for her pain, and is hurting.

Her head stuffed into the nook made by where my neck meets my shoulder - I can't will her to be more outgoing because it's not her nature. She's got a soft heart, is cautious.. this will serve her well in some situations.

Her arms crossed, face scrunched - while some may label her stubborn and defiant ...... I see her being brave as she stands up for what she believes in.

I learned a long time ago (with the help of others) that it's not what you look at that matters - it's never just my daughter who is crying or who stands in front of me with her arms crossed, but it's a little girl who is encountering one of life's big experiences head on.

And when I see her in this light, I can focus on being there for her and hold space for her to be, well, her.

What do you see?





What I know for sure....

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I am a mother. What's your superpower?

by Heather Freeman, click here to get all our posts.


We all have great potential. We are not perfect, but rather perfectly imperfect. As Brene Brown says, “Imperfections are not inadequacies; they are reminders that we're all in this together.”

So if we each take ownership of the path we travel (even when we’re starting from a different start line than the person next to us), with a keen eye on the end game (even on the foggiest of days), with access to the deepest inner wisdom (even when we’re making small talk) then…then maybe we’d feel and act in alignment with our strength.

You’re super powerful. And that means you have the power to give your girl what she needs, to see what’s really going on in a situation, to give loving support.

Remember your strength and use your power.




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