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Girl Guide CoverHey there, friends! It’s been a hectic couple of weeks for all of us here at WMAG. We’ve had new jobs, deaths in the family, jury duty and migraines, not to mention the start of summer, which is always fun as we juggle work with kids being out of school.

As many of you remember, we heralded summer with our first-ever live event, a Google Hangout with Christine Fonseca, author of THE GIRL GUIDE: FINDING YOUR PLACE IN A MIXED-UP WORLD. Technical difficulties aside, it was a great time. Christine gave us all sorts of great advice, from helping daughters deal with drama among friends to finding work-life balance, since she’s a working mom, too.

We hope you’ll enjoy watching the hangout, AND take advantage of a chance to share a copy of THE GIRL GUIDE with your daughter. Leave a comment giving us your best piece of advice for a girl trying to find her place in the world. At 10 p.m. Tuesday June 18, we’ll do a random drawing from all of the comments for a free copy of Christine’s book. So share away!

Sara Bennett Wealer

A co-founder of Working Moms Against Guilt, Sara Bennett Wealer is an author, copywriter and mother of two. Her debut novel for young adults, RIVAL, was released by HarperTeen.

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  1. My general advice when my 13-year-old daughter is stressing out is “this too shall pass” – it works for me as the mother of a teenager too!

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