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Creating a Safe Space for Young Girls Experiencing Cyberbullying w/Kennishia and Kyree Duffus

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Whether online or in person, children are bullied every single day, and as moms, we can sometimes feel a little powerless over the situation. How do we even begin to help them through the experience?

Better yet, how can our kids find what they need to not only deal with the experience, but rise from it and assist others, through the help of their peers?

In this episode, mother-daughter duo and co-founders of Girl Gang Strong, Kennishia and Kyree Duffus share how they turned Kyree’s experience with cyberbullying into a platform to empower young girls.

“Whether you’re being bullied or bullying someone else, we want you to understand what it means to love yourself. You are created beautifully, and once you embrace who you are, you’ll build confidence and be kinder to others. It’s a ripple effect.”

-Kennishia Duffus

Three Things You’ll Learn in This Episode

  • The first step to helping our daughters deal with bullies
    How can we equip our daughters with everything they need to handle bullies, online or in person?
  • How to help our children stand up for their beliefs
    For kids and adults alike, it’s easy to fall into a rut where we go with what our friends are doing or saying, even if we don’t necessarily agree with it ourselves. What can we do to break that cycle?
  • The best time to help girls grow their confidence
    When do young girls go from feisty and headstrong to doubting themselves, and what can we, as moms, do about it?

Guest Bio- 

Kennishia Duffus is a Mom of three, an Event Planner and the owner of Girl Gang Strong Inc. Co-founded with her daughter Kyree, Girl Gang Strong Inc. is a subscription box & online community for preteen and teen girls.

Kyree Duffus is the co-founder of Girl Gang Strong. After going through cyber- and real life bullying herself, Kyree partnered with her mom to create a community for young girls dealing with the same experience, so they can rise from the ordeal and help others in the same situation, too. 

To find out more, go to their: WebsiteFacebookInstagramTwitterPinterest


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