Adina Soclof of Parenting Simply shares two shorts posts discussing social skills for girls and why you can rely on your parenting instincts.
Episode 1027: Social Skills For Girls AND Why You Can Trust Your Parenting Instincts by Adina Soclof of Parenting Simply
A certified Speech Pathologist, Adina received her Master's degree from Hunter College in New York in Communication Sciences. Adina worked in preschools for the developmentally disabled in the New York area before staying home full time with her family.
In 2010, she launched Parenting Simply as a community to help parents connect with their children and learn simple, practical and easy to implement skills to create a peaceful home. Parenting Simply's mission is to reduce the stress that parents and children feel by giving parents communication and organizational tips that can help parents maintain a loving and calm home.
The original posts are located here: https://parentingsimply.com/social-skills-girls-manage-friendships/ & https://parentingsimply.com/trust-your-parenting-instincts/
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