Do you want to share your wisdom of experience with your girl, but it sometimes feels like your words are falling on deaf ears?
Or do you sometimes feel like the words you use with your daughter are lost in translation? That there is a kind of generation gap of language and world view?
One of the reasons why Eliza and I created our workshops over a decade ago was so that she, and her older teen assistants, could be a kind of bridge for that generation gap.
Eliza appreciates your wisdom of experience.
Girls at the workshops notice this and they gravitate back towards their mothers for guidance. When mamas leave our workshop, they are inspired to create more intergenerational support for their daughters and ask us how they can make this happen.
I decided to ask our resident daughter whisperer and mentor to preteen and teen girls, Eliza, how to find mentors for your daughter who you love.
I am so happy to share this interview with you!
Click the video below to watch the new episode:
Once you’ve gotten a chance to check out the video, leave a comment below, because collective wisdom rocks, and we want to hear your take. We need each other.
Are you wanting mentors for your daughter who you love? What has this conversation brought up for you?
P.S. Forward this video to a mama who’s wanting help with keeping her bond strong with her preteen or teen daughter. Because sharing is caring and everyone needs the sisterhood!