Teaching Girls to Embrace Imperfection

Teaching Girls to Embrace Imperfection

Is your daughter a perfectionist? Or have perfectionistic tendencies?

Many girls set unrealistic expectations for themselves early in life. Research shows that perfectionism is on the rise amongst girls today. The need to be perfect negatively affects mental health increasing anxiety and depression. Carol Dweck of Stanford University and author of Mindset discovered that trying to be perfect stops us from reaching our potential. From being our best selves.⠀

So what can we do? How can we help girls embrace their messy, imperfect selves from an early age?

Download our guide, Teaching Girls to Embrace Imperfection, to get her started on a healthier path to being her best self. This guide includes exercises based on the book, Brave Not Perfect by Reshma Saujani, that she can do to practice everyday bravery and defeat the perfectionist within.

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