Enabling teenage girls to build skill in thriving rather than surviving is no easy job. But FlourishGirl.org founder Mandy Dante has stepped up to the challenge with a whole lot of heart.

Having now impacted the lives of nearly 6000 young women with trans-formative right of passage social and emotional wellbeing programs, Mandy has some powerful insights to share.

This interview is a must for parents wanting to support their kids in enjoying the journey that is life.

Mandy and I discuss
  • how listening is more important than fixing
  • why stories that relate matter more than advice
  • how understanding how your child requires love is a path to a thriving relationship

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