You want the best for your girl, at home, at school and in life. That's why Girl Scouts is happy to share straightforward, realistic, and proven parenting advice on everything from family pets to more serious issues like bullying and school struggles. Follow along with us as we share some of our favorite articles, and discover them all on GSUSA's Raising Awesome Girls page. Together, we can take the guesswork out of parenting and bring the fun back in!
Help Her Find Her Girl Squad
Think about that one friend of yours—the one you’ve known forever, who remembers your goofiest fashion moments, who’s cheered you on through every adventure (and, okay, a few misadventures), who you can go without seeing for months and pick right back up as if no time has passed at all. There’s no question you want your daughter to have the same kind of amazing friendships in her life, so do her a solid and steer her in the right social direction.
Show Her the Fun of Friendship
Your daughter probably knows several of your friends, so try telling her about how you met, whether it was in line at the grocery store or at school when you were younger. Understanding that you had to go through the whole getting-to-know-you process will give her more confidence in her own social skills—and get her excited about all the opportunities to make new friends.
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