Fran Hendrick, P.C.C.

Hi — Fran Hendrick here.

If you’ve worked with me before, you already know that when I see moms and girls consistently having the same problem, I’m going to look for a way to make it better. That’s because – first – I know you want these problems to go away; and second – I know they can.

Toward the end of first quarter, I started hearing about meltdowns — those painful, exhausting, tearful sessions of self-doubt and giving up – often on school work or sports teams, but sometimes just on straightening the bedroom. And the topic hasn’t gone away – probably because school becomes steadily more stressful as the year goes on.

So I’ve been working on it – which for me means creating a cost-effective solution that you can use at your own pace in your available time. To make things better.

Would you like to be able to help your daughter manage her stress and anxiety without meltdowns – and without repeating some of the painful encounters you may have experienced with your own mom growing up?

I know when you’re faced with the homework meltdown, what you want in that moment is for it to stop – for your daughter’s well-being and – let’s face it – for your own sanity. So you might start by trying to calm your daughter – but I’ll tell you, I’ve rarely seen “Calm Down!” help anyone feel calm. So you try pushing back a little; reassuring her that you know she can handle the task she’s panicked about. You offer help. And maybe you’ve threatened a consequence.

Your intentions are good. It’s just that none of this works very well. You have to go deeper to get to the root of this problem.

To help you do that, I’ve created:

When “Calm Down” Doesn’t Help: How to Tackle Meltdowns, Anxiety & Depression in Your Daughter

This pre-launch sale is LIVE now.

And, instead of struggling to figure this out by yourself, here is everything you need to know in order to tackle this frustrating problem.

  • Help your daughter avoid those exhausting mood swings and move from quitting to persisting.
  • Build in her strong resistance to anxiety and depression by supporting her in moving from feeling inadequate to feeling confident.
  • Provide the very specific responses she needs from you in order to get off the Self-Esteem Roller Coaster so she can hang in there even when she’s becoming overwhelmed.

Not only will you walk the path towards being meltdown-free, but it will also give you the momentum you need to achieve to build your daughter’s confidence and protect her from anxiety and depression.

That’s so important – because these things – meltdowns, self-esteem, anxiety, depression – are all connected.

Because this is a brand-new course and I want to see how you like it, I’m only offering it for the next four days (but once purchased, you’ll have access to it for as long as you want). Four days is short, I know – so in exchange for that quick decision, there is an one-time introductory price of $47.

When “Calm Down” Doesn’t Help: How to Tackle Meltdowns, Anxiety & Depression in Your Daughter

I’d love for you to take this opportunity to buckle down and address the meltdown saga! And remember – while you’re working the course, you can share your questions, experiences, and comments in the Raising Confident Girls Facebook group.

I’ll be there!

— Fran

Fran Hendrick, P.C.C.
Founder, Raising Confident Girls – The Power of Everyday Conversations

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