Raising girls to be happy, healthy, and successful is simpler than
ever with help from Girl Scouts. As the largest leadership
development organization for girls in the United States, we're proud
to be a thought leader for all parents raising up the next
generation of girls and young women. From knowing how much to help
with her homework to navigating sensitive issues in the news with
your family, we've got everything you need to raise girls with confidence.
Giving your daughter leadership skills can be easier than you think.
Check out the latest tips and advice on how to raise her to be the
kind of leader your family, her school, and your whole community can
look up to.
From identifying the different types of bullying to figuring out if
she's experiencing bullying at school, we'll help you steer your
daughter through these choppy social waters and spot any signs of danger.
Your daughter is smart and capable of so much, and you want that to
be reflected in the classroom as well as at home! Here's how to help
her master everything from grades to fitting homework into her already
Knowing what to do or say to help your girl feel comfortable in her
own skin, express her emotions clearly, and maintain healthy
relationships with friends and others can be tricky in this
complicated world. Here's how to keep her self-confidence high and the
drama levels low!
From the time she came into your life, you've only wanted the best
for your daughter. You want to see her feel happy and loved, be
confident, make new friends, stay healthy, excel in school, and
eventually rise up the ranks in a career she finds fulfilling. But
you also want your girl to be independent, grow into her own person
with her own unique strengths and beliefs, and to learn to use her
voice. And all of that? Well, it can be overwhelming at times to say
That's why we're happy to share straightforward, realistic, and
proven parenting advice on everything and anything you might deal
with when raising girls. From when to get a family pet and how to
help her make new friends to more serious issues like bullying,
discussions about current events, and school struggles, we've got
you covered. Hand-in-hand, we can take the guesswork out of
parenting and bring the fun back in.