Activities to learn how to quite negative voices and learn how to be kind to ourselves
Teaching young women not to be afraid to give a compliment and how to accept a compliment can help them maintain healthy friendships and be proud of their own strengths, thereby resisting peer pressure, avoiding friends who don’t treat them with respect and helping build self-esteem.
Participants will have the opportunity to share how they feel, how they see themselves, what they like to do, what they are good at, and what they wish for.
. Teaching participants about the historical origins of stereotypes, how to think critically, and the importance of seeing people as individuals will help them challenge stereotypes.
Teaching young women to recognize admirable qualities in others, give compliments, and accept compliments helps them maintain healthy friendships and can help them be proud of their own strengths, thereby resisting peer pressure, avoiding friends who don’t treat them with respect, and helping build self-esteem.
Teaching young people to love themselves and value their bodies, especially as they mature through puberty, helps them navigate pressures and difficulties they face as they enter adulthood.