Michelle Anthony has always been passionate about her work with families and children. As a result of her own daughter becoming involved in a series of “Mean Girl” interactions in first grade, Michelle’s interest in this topic was personalized. The empowering book she co-wrote with Reyna Lindert, PhD is Little Girls Can Be Mean: Four Steps to Bully-proofing Girls in the Early Grades. Annie talks with Michelle about how to parents can help their little girls develop the high self-esteem they need to be a good friend to themselves and others. This unpublished conversation was originally recorded on January 12, 2011.
About Michelle Anthony
Michelle Anthony, M.A., PhD, is a developmental psychologist, an author of a series of parenting guides, a contributing writer for Scholastic’s Parent and Child Magazine, as well as the mother of three children. In addition to their book Little Girls Can be Mean, Michelle and Reyna Lindert are also is the co-founders of Wide Eyed Learning and the Signing Smart Baby/Toddler Sign Language Program. Learn more at LittleGirlsCanBeMean.com.
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