Category Archive: Girls’ Respect

Start the School Year Right! No More Mean Girls – Tip #7

12 Tips to Maximize Friendships & Minimize Friendship Drama   Have Both Face-To-Face & Online Friendships Use extra self-control with online friendships – it’s sooo tempting to gossip behind someone’s back. Do your best to solve, not escalate, conflicts. Control yourself – the online record lasts forever. ************* Join Us Daily on GirlsRespectGroups.com and Facebook.com/GirlsRespectGroups …

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Celebrities Behaving Badly – Double Standard For Kids?

It’s hard enough to have good behavior – be kind to others, don’t lie, apologize if you make a mistake or hurt someone, say “please” and “thank you.” Our parents nag us about it daily. Why should kids be respectful and self-disciplined behavior when so many adults, the people we’re supposed to look up to, …

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Girls Helping Girls (Part 2)

Last month we profiled some of the “30 Sites That Empower Young Women,” listed by FashionPlaytes (yes, Girls’ Respect Groups was on the list!). Here’s the next installment of mini-profiles of organizations dedicated to empowering, teaching, boosting, protecting, and motivating young women. Thanks to FashionPlaytes for shining a light on the wonderful work done by …

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Girls Helping Girls

Here at Girls’ Respect Groups, we were excited to find our name on the list of “30 Sites That Empower Young Women,” listed by FashionPlaytes. We are, of course, happy to have our work noticed – our program runs in the US, Canada, and over 80 countries worldwide, so word is spreading. Even more than …

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Volunteering’s Not-so-Fringe Benefits

As a teen, how can you protect yourself from bullying? Start by widening your circle of friends and acquaintances and getting involved with activities that support and strengthen your self-esteem and self-respect. Volunteering can accomplish both goals. You feel good about yourself when you’re doing something good for others. Volunteers (and all people with strong …

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