Join the Third Annual Dove Self-Esteem Weekend – October 5th – 7th -and help and Make a Difference in a Young Girl’s Life!.. | MommyMandy l California Mom Blog
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Join the Third Annual Dove Self-Esteem Weekend – October 5th – 7th -and help and Make a Difference in a Young Girl’s Life!..

Anxiety about beauty begins at an early age, and can even keep girls from doing what they love. You can change that with a conversation. This October, reach out to the girl in your life and talk to her about beauty, confidence and self-esteem.

To kick off the Self-Esteem movement Dove is having it’s Third Annual Dove Self-Esteem Weekend!

Let’s Talk” is the theme of this year’s Dove® Self-Esteem Weekend, because you can help a girl develop a positive relationship with beauty by simply having a conversation. To kick-off the Weekend, on October 5th Dove® is hosting a self-esteem building rally and then will “Walk the Talk” with mentors and girls from their partner organizations (Girls, Inc., Boys & Girls Clubs of America, and Girl Scouts of the U.S.A), by marching in silence to the heart of Times Square.

They’re marching to represent all the conversations about beauty anxiety that haven’t taken place, and you can stay tuned to the walk by following the conversation on Oct 5 via Twitter by following @Dove and the hashtag #DoveInspired

Dove also has tool kits for parents on how to start the conversation, advice for parents and fun activities to do with your girls. You can learn more by visiting Dove.

Learn more about the weekend at Facebook/Dove

 

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One Response to “Join the Third Annual Dove Self-Esteem Weekend – October 5th – 7th -and help and Make a Difference in a Young Girl’s Life!..”

  1. Betty Baez says:

    Love that they did this its soo important. I know I struggled with my self esteem growing up now that I’m older I can look back and honestly say that if someone just had a talk with me it would’ve changed me completely

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