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When you raise a girl who likes herself, everything else follows. 

She will strive for excellence because she has faith in her ability to achieve it and the confidence to pick herself up. 

She will nurture her physical and mental health because it's natural to care for that which you love. 

She will insist on healthy relationships because she believes she deserves nothing less. 

She will be joyful and secure, knowing that her greatest friend and most capable ally is herself.

Raising Girls Who Like Themselves details the seven qualities that enable girls to thrive and arm themselves against a world that tells them they are flawed. Packed with practical, evidence-based advice, it is the indispensable guide to raising a girl who is happy and confident in herself.

Free of parental guilt and grounded in research, Raising Girls Who Like Themselves is imbued with the warmth and wit of a mum and dad who are in the same parenting trenches as you, fighting for their daughters' futures.

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©2021 Kasey Edwards and Christopher Scanlon (P)2021 Penguin Random House Australia

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This book is well overdue, particularly given recent media reports on how girls and women continue to be treated, even in today’s society. It offers many actionable steps and ideas that I believe would be effective to help our daughters. For that I give it five stars. However at times it comes across as very preachy and lacking depth, particularly for different parent types and family situations. It is worthwhile wading through and cherry-picking ideas for your own family.

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