Raising a Powerful Girl

Raising a Powerful Girl

A Podcast for Girls AND their Parents. Join Founder Maria Fuller and some incredible guests on this show which takes a look at issues girls face today such as mental health, executive functioning, emotional intelligence, leadership, grit and what it takes to be a "Powerful Girl today" and more!... Show More

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March 20, 2020 29 min
Join Founder Maria Fuller and Jennifer Bronsnick, LCSW, on a powerful conversation on helping both kids and parents process and manage BIG Emotions during uncertain times. Jennifer is a Certified Mental Health Integrative Medicine Practitioner, Certified Child & Adolescent Clinical Anxiety Treatment Professional & CEO of The Mindful Family is passionate about supporting families to heal from burnout, manage anxiety and bec...
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Jodi Chaffee is a family culture expert, life coach, entrepreneur and homeschool mom. Jodi is the founder of Our Modern Heritage Academy where she empowers families to live more intentionally, cultivate their vision and values, and prepare their children to grow into their life's purpose and mission.

Jodi talks about family culture and the impact our culture has one how we raise our children. She believe it's important that...
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Olivia Brockhoff is 16 years old in grade 10 from from Lloydminster Alberta. When she was in the 3rd grade a friends of her’s little sister was diagnosed with cancer and spent teh next 2 years in and out of hospitals. Olivia desperately wanted to do something to help and while she knew that she didn’t quite have teh skills to cure cancer she went ahead to think about what she COULD DO! She loved PJ’s and knew how a great pair coul...
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At the age of 8 years old Khloe noticed an issue with homelessness. The moment she found out why people became homeless she wanted to help. Khloe Kares was then created to help supply homeless women with a custom made tote bag. These bags she likes to call “kare bags”, the bags are filled with over 25 bare necessity items that homeless women need. Since starting Khloe Kares, Khloe was inspired to also help other kids discover that ...
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Katie Stagliano,is from Summerville, South Carolina and is the founder of Katie’s Krops, a not-for-profit with the mission to empower youth to start and maintain vegetable gardens of all sizes and donate the harvest to help feed people in need, as well as to assist and inspire others to do the same.
The idea for Katie’s Krops began when Katie was in the 3rd grade.  In 2008 Katie brought home a tiny cabbage seedling from school as p...
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More teens than ever (especially girls) are experiencing symptoms of anxiety. As a society our goal should not be to get rid of a child’s anxiety or the experiences that create fear; instead we should be teaching them how to tolerate ALL of their feelings and to be more resilient. It is possible to understand how fear operates in the physical, emotional and spiritual realms and what actions can help strengthen our inner calm and...
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“You never … [pick up your clothes].”

“You make me … [furious].”

How many times a day do you find yourself saying or thinking these kinds of things about your kids? Or these kinds of things about yourself:
“I should … [be folding the piles of laundry right now].”
“I have to … [drive soccer carpool, again].”



These are examples of what communication experts call dis-empowering language: negative thoughts or words we may take for granted ...
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Raising girls to be powerful includes giving her permission to design her own life and create some of her own rules (within reason!). It is important for girls to develop emotional intelligence through emotion identification, understanding needs and how to develop coping skills and awareness. During this interview we dive into topics such as modeling self-care, emotion identification, modeling personal struggles and so much more.
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How do you begin to Foster leadership in a girl. Currently today less than 19% of women make up congress and less than 20% of women are CEOs of major corporations. We all know we want to see more women leaders but how do we foster that in girls at an early age? How do we teach them to be the leaders we wish to see in the world? Join me and executive Leadership Coach Margaret Ruff on an enlightening conversation on how parenting AS ...
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When mothers are willing to take a compassionate and honest look at their relationship with their own mothers, it creates awareness, around dysfunctional patterns that may have been passed down. Without that awareness, women will often parent “in resistance” to the way they themselves were mothered (“I will never treat my daughter the way my mother treated me,” or “I’m doing the opposite of what my mother did”), and this can have u...
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November 20, 2019 62 min
Join Founder Maria Fuller and her Special guest on their 100th Episode Celebration!
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Today on the podcast we are joined by Elizabeth (Liz) Rietz

Liz is the CEO and co-founder of Bleuet, apparel designed to give girls’ the freedom and confidence to do what they love. Born of a mom and daughter’s frustration while shopping for camisoles and bras, Liz decided along with her husband, Bill, to launch a line of quality, age-appropriate and comfortable camisoles, bras, undershirts and underwear – all designed with a young...
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Today on the podcast we are joined by Medeline Berg.

Madeleine is a NewYork state licensed registered dietitian nutritionist and a certified health and wellness coach with a B.S. in nutrition form Cornell University and a M.S. in nutrition from NYU. Madeleine has a private practice on Long Island NY specializing in weight loss and medical nutrition therapy. She is a local, state and national speaker. Madeleine has published articles...
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Today on the podcast we are joined by Jasmine Partida

Based in Sacramento, California, Jasmine is a Brand Strategist, Activist, and Technology Expert, passionate about the empowerment of women and civic leadership. Her professional time has been spent working to advance individuals and companies as they bring their brand and narratives together. Whether it’s through strategic public information campaigns, social media engagement, w...
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Founder Maria Fuller talks to listeners about the differences between how boys and girls bully and how teachers, educators, coaches, and parents are often times uneducated or unaware of how girls bully allowing bullying behavior to run rampant amongst girls under the fale pretense that it is normal developmental behavior. Maria share statistics on how bullying behavior is playing a huge impact on the mental health crisis in girls a...
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Christina Fletcher is a Spiritually Aware Parent Coach and Energy Worker who helps parents tune in to their deepest versions of themselves so they can authentically show up for their children. Throughout her work she has created and offers tools for children, so they can create a strong foundation of inner knowledge and connection to their sense of self.
Christina is a homeschooling mom to 3 kids (ages 16, 15 and 9) and is currentl...
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October 8, 2019 47 min
Today on the podcast we are joined by Deborah Reber,

Deborah is a parenting activist, New York Times bestselling author, podcast host, and speaker who moved her career in a more personal direction in 2016 when she founded TiLT Parenting, a weekly podcast, community, and educational resource for parents like her who are raising differently wired children. The TiLT Parenting Podcast has grown to be a top podcast in iTunes’ Kids and ...
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Today on the podcast we are joined by Megan Goodman.

Megan is one of the co-founders of Girls Can! Crate a women-owned small business, the mission is clear: inspire girls to believe they can be and do anything by introducing them to fearless women who made the world better (like all the women you probably wished you had learned about in school). Representation matters! So, each month GIRLS CAN! CRATE delivers a box celebrating infl...
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Today on the podcast we are joined by Stephanie Hirsch from momswearcapes. Stephanie believes that mothers are raising the future of our world. At Moms Wear Capes, they are helping to raise moms. They nurture mothers in retaining their own courage, confidence, personal identities and financial stability, and in doing so they nourish the world. There are a lot of pregnancy and parenting apps, but who is looking out for the specific ...
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oday on the podcast we are joined by Maruxa Murphy.

Maruxa is the Founder of Perky Perky Coffee, coffee with a mission to invite women to step into their power from the first cup of the day and onward. As a mom of 3 girls ages 10, 5 and 4, Maruxa knows first-hand the incredible need to have “me-time” and finds that her morning ritual of meditation, great coffee, and journaling are life savers in the midst of running her company, ra...
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