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Girl Moms, This One Is For You! Empowering the Next Generation with Jill and Mary

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Did you know that 7 in 10 girls believe that they aren’t good enough or that they don’t measure up in some way? For some, it may be looks, for others it’s school performance or relationships with friends and family members. Whatever it is, our girls are feeling that they fall short. This is a big reason why today’s teens and tweens feel incredibly alone, which is often coped with by the micro hits of dopamine that endless scrolling provides—rinse and repeat. Our youth’s declining mental health poses a legitimate threat to the overall health of our communities and our society at large, and Jill Peterson & Mary Frances are here to do something about it. In today’s episode, Jill and Mary talk about why they started the Girls Mentorship program, as well as share stories that show how their program helps girls develop self-awareness, self-worth and self-confidence in order to set them up for a lifetime of empowerment. 

Today on Yes, And:

  • How Jill and Mary went from Lululemon workers to Girls Mentorship leaders
  • The problem with screen time and social media’s “quick hits”
  • Judi’s experience with her own mother
  • Being a parent first and a friend later

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