Thinner, Sexier, Hotter: 3 Ways to Help Your Daughter Resist Media Pressures
How many times have you heard your daughter singing along to a popular song on the radio and innocently belting out the kind of lyrics that would otherwise get her sent to her room? In the moment, you believe (desperately want to believe!) that she is unaware of the innuendo and unaffected by its explicit content. But messages embedded in song lyrics, along with video imagery, and advertising influence do have an impact on the ways girls think about themselves and their relationships with others. Without having to resort to a full-on pop music ban or complete shunning of media, you can help your daughters-and other young girls-become aware of media messages that violate values and degrade girls.
Please check out my article at Huff Post for ideas on talking to girls about media pressures:
This entry was posted by signewhitson on October 13, 2011 at 3:54 pm, and is filed under Being a Mom, building self-esteem in girls, internet, media messages. Follow any responses to this post through RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback from your own site.
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