Raising Children with Healthy Self-Esteem

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ABOUT THIS EVENT
Event Category

Kids/Family

Event Overview

Are there actual strategies that parents can use to influence a child's self-confidence? Join children's author and girls' empowerment specialist, Marlene Dillon, for an open discussion on beauty, self-love, and self-esteem!


Attendees will gain helpful tips on building children's self-esteem and increase their awareness of ways that parents/people of influence unintentionally erode children's self-confidence.

What to Bring

A journal/paper and a pen.

What You Can Expect
  • Gain helpful tips on building your child's self-esteem
  • Create a customized blueprint for your child's self-concept
  • Learn how to avoid unintentionally eroding your child's confidence
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MORE ABOUT YOUR HOST

Marlene Dillon is a mom on a mission to empower children with the gift of healthy self-esteem. She is a powerful empowerment speaker whose workshops leave participants feeling uplifted, supported, and encouraged to live their lives with more intentionally. Speaking in schools, libraries, and churches around the city, she captivates her audience with her charming personality, authentic sense of humor, and obvious deep regard for each student in the room. Her classes are far from boring and feel more like a fun conversation with a knowledgeable friend. Students leave feeling heard, understood, and most importantly, empowered.

Ms. Dillon is the author of two children's books, The Lonely Prince and I'm Proud to Be Natural Me! She was a 2018 Women's History Month speaker for the Chicago Public Libraries. With a master’s in counseling this mom knows how urgent it is to give children a strong sense of self at an early age.

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