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Girl drama

Learn how to handle girl drama and build healthier relationships. Discover effective strategies to resolve conflicts and create a positive social environment.
Group Counseling Activities, School Counselor Resources, Counselors, Counseling Strategies, Anxiety Activities, Counseling Forms, Counselor Education, Guidance Counseling, Teaching Themes

Relational aggression is a frequent issue for young girls and the school counselors that work with them. Teaching girls to handle conflicts, communicate effectively, and evaluate the kind of friend they are essential skills. Confident Counselors give some suggestions and resources for working on these skills.

Jessica Quaintance
Why It’s Not Just Girl Drama Early Childhood Education Resources, Ashleigh's Education Journey, Girls Education, Physical Education, Elementary Girls, Elementary Counseling, School Counselor, Career Counseling, Elementary Schools

As a teacher, I felt like one of my weakest areas was dealing with what is often called “girl drama”. When I saw this as a teacher, I struggled to find the root of the issue, to have time to deal with

Karen Paysinger
Hurt By Friends, Friends Change, Mean Friends, Making Friends, Close Friends, Girl Drama Quotes, Mean Girl Quotes, Middle School Quotes, Middle School Drama

Years ago, I spoke to some fifth grade moms about teaching our daughters to build each other up. I'd just been to a University of Alabama gymnastics meet, and what stood out to me was how these gymnasts cheered as their teammates did crazy acrobatics. Every time a girl nailed a tumbling pass, her teammates went berserk on the sidelines, screaming and jumping up and down. All I could think was how different our world would be if girls could…

Kandee Cotton
Five Ways to Help Your Daughter with Friendship Drama | The Ruth Experience Friends In Low Places, Parenting Tweens, Girl Friendship, Peaceful Parenting, Tween Girls, Raising Kids, Adolescence, Our Kids, Social Justice

When the topic of girl friendships comes up, invariably eyes well with tears as moms talks about how rough it is to have middle school friendships. Our hearts ache as we remember our own struggles at that age even as we try to make it a better experience for our daughters. As moms of tween girls, here's a few tips we've taught our daughters (and continue to help them apply) as they navigate middle school drama: 1. Be quick to apologize. We've all inadvertently hurt a loved one's feelings and…

Macki Smith, The Peace-Seeking Mom | Christian Parenting