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Are you trying to figure out what is going on with your daughter? At one point everything seemed to be fine. She was doing well in school, had friends and seemed to be happy, but now things are different, things have changed. Now, she seems to be easily bothered by the things people say and do. When she didn't mind spending time with you, now she no longer wants to be bothered and will instead choose to stay in her room for extended periods of time. Her grades are suffering and the choices that she makes in regards to friendships and other relationships aren't really healthy. I get it and I hear you because I was her!
I was the girl who felt like I wasn't good enough because I didn't look a certain way or act a certain way. I was the girl who was so distracted by other things that my grades began to suffer. I was the girl who made poor choices in the relationships I chose and even almost lost who I was in the midst of it. Growing pains in every since of the word on top of other things just made things complicated. Thankfully, over time and experiences I eventually came to know and understand that changes needed to be made and because of that I am now where I am today.
It took years to get where I am today, but it doesn't have to take as long for your daughter to start making better choices, to not be easily moved by the things people say and do. Last, but not least it doesn't have to take as long for her to realize who she is and to truly embrace all of herself unapologetically. I'm Coach Tee, the Children's Heart Coach. I help girls tap into their selves by not just teaching them, but walking with them as they come to know, love and embrace who they are just as they are. When we remind our daughters that their identity isn't in what they do, but in who they are, it is then that we will start to see change. When we teach them that they don't need to be validated by other people and that their worth or value doesn't come from what people feel or think, it is then when we will see change.
"When we remind our daughters that their identity isn't in what they do, but in who they are, it is then that we will start to see change. When we teach them that they don't need to be validated by other people and that their worth or value doesn't come from what people feel or think, it is then we will start to see change."
My background in working with children for over the past 10 years, in addition to my own experiences growing up a a child has hastened me to want better for girls. It is why I offer the services that I have.
What now? You've read everything and now you're wondering what to do next. You're probably wondering if it's that things are really changing or you're just overthinking things. The truth is you rather be safe than sorry and if you're here there is a good indicator that the changes you've been noticing have been going on for a while now. You are NOT alone and I am here and ready to be a part of your village. It's with God and intentionality that your daughter will know who and whose she is and that right there makes a world of difference, not just for the present but the future too.
"It is with God and intentionality that your daughter will know whose and who she is and that right there makes a difference, not just for the present but for the future too.
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