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How to Help Your Daughter Be Healthy (Without Shaming Her)

The new season of We Thrive TV is here with a second episode!

Do you want to support your daughter in being physically well and healthy?

But you really don’t want her to feel like you’re trying to control her?

Or like you’re trying to “fix” her beautiful body?

Do you worry sometimes about a habit she’s developing in the preteen or teen years — perhaps it’s a high sugar intake, or a resistance to moving her body — but don’t know how to actually talk to her about it, or support her?

Maybe you, like me, have a negative memory… of your mom trying to support your relationship with your body in the teen years… and it going very, very badly?

If that’s you, mama, then this new episode of We Thrive TV is for you! I’ve brought you one of my most beloved friends, Francie White, who also happens to be the mother of kick-ass young adult daughter, and a genius expert when it comes to getting sane with exercise resistance, healthy movement, and how it relates to body image and nutrition. She’s been working in the field with women and teen girls for 35 years.

Are you ready to support your daughter’s well being and healthy habits?

So she can feel comfortable nourishing her amazing body for life?
Click the video below to watch.

Once you’ve gotten a chance to check out the video, leave a comment below.

How are you going to support your daughter and yourself this week in nourishing your body and self?

— because collective wisdom rocks,
and we want to hear your take.

We need each other, [First Name].
Love,

Sil

P.S. Forward this video to a mama who wants glowing health, without the control part.  Because sharing is caring, and everyone could use a stronger bond.

Hi, We’re Sil & Eliza!

The mother-daughter dynamic duo behind Mothering & Daughtering. We’re downright devoted to you thriving not just surviving with your daughter during the preteen, teen years and beyond.

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