Social media is a big part of young people's lives and what they see when they're scrolling can impact their self-esteem, confidence and well-being. Help them navigate social media and boost their self-esteem with our free tools and resources.
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Join us to help young people develop positive body confidence while they learn at home using our confidence-boosting mini lessons and self-esteem activities.
Arguably the biggest difference between our own teenage years and those of our children, social media is here to stay. So how do we help our young people use it in a positive way?
In the dazzling world of social media, today’s youth are often living their lives in full view of an online audience. For those from a different generation, the idea of “checking in” online or sharing a selfie to let people know where you are and what you’re up to might seem bizarre. But for young people today, getting “likes” on photos, posts, or comments in the virtual world can bring a powerful sense of accomplishment and community acceptance.
1 in 2 girls say toxic beauty advice on social media causes low self-esteem. Join us on our mission to change this with our parents' guide.
Wave goodbye to unrealistic beauty standards and embrace authenticity to build self-confidence in young people.