This is a replay episode from You! Who? a series of interactive webinars for tweens aged 8 – 12, hosted by Michelle Mitchell, and created by a team of awesome people who want the very best for your child.
One of the most common questions tweens ask me is how you can tell if someone is a good friend, or not. This episode offers kids a simple analogy to help them set realistic expectations of their peers. It also helps them identify relationships that are helpful and unhelpful so they can choose close friends wisely.
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The guys behind the screen are a shy bunch. They prefer to master the tech (which is quite a job) rather than be in the limelight….but they love You! Who? just as much as I do. Thanks to Rob from Request Technology, Matt from Thrill Switch Media, Angela who manages our online shop and has had a hand in set design, and my husband Doc who keeps us all travelling in the right direction. I also have to thank my ‘dream team’ who spent a day in their school holidays to help me creative content – Sienna, Bella, Kayla, Sophie, Xavier and Harley.
Tweens are so impressionable. They are open-hearted and ready to learn from trusted adults. Parents, I want you to seize this moment right now and in doing so, give your child the best possible start to adolescence. Thank you for having me, and my team, in your home.