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This Groundbreaking Self-Esteem Workshop for Girls and Adult Women will be held Saturday, July 30, 2011, 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. at the Richardson Civic Center, 411 W. Arapaho Road, Richardson, TX 75080.


Angela Clay, author and speaker

Dallas, TX (BlackNews.com) — Nationally acclaimed author and inspirational speaker Angela Clay and her team of talented associates will conduct the second annual Loving the Me I See Workshop on Saturday, July 30, 2011, at the Richardson Civic Center.

Ms. Clay developed the workshop in response to what she describes as a “cry out for help from young women across the globe.” Ms. Clay states, “Young girls are suffering quietly from low self-esteem, which manifests itself in destructive behavioral patterns. Studies indicate that 61% of girls admit to talking badly about themselves, 25% admit to resorting to cutting themselves when they feel bad about themselves, and 25% of young girls admit to practicing disordered eating, such as starving themselves or overeating when they feel they do not measure up to friends or images seen in the media.”

The good news is that participating in empowering activities such as the Loving the Me I See Workshop can assist in reversing low self-esteem.
Loving the Me I See Workshop is designed to promote positive changes, self-acceptance, and personal commitment. Participants will be challenged to get to know and understand who they are as persons, the value of their self-worth, and what they must do to respect, love, and esteem themselves.

Registration is $45 and includes free parking, lunch, workshop sessions, curriculum, a cute Loving The Me I See drawstring bag, wristband, T-shirt, and compact mirror. Group rates apply. To register, visit http://ilovemetoo.eventbrite.com.

AGES: 9-11

Teach Me To Love Me
The Fundamentals of Building Healthy Self-Esteem

Bullies Dressed in Disguise
Facts about Bullies and Facing the Bullies without Fear

AGES: 12-14

I Am Proud To Be Me
Recognizing Who You Are No Matter Where You Are

Hello! Are You Listening?
Girls Having a Real Conversation about Real-Life Issues

AGES: 15-17

Loving Every Bit of Me
Embracing My Flaws and Loving My Figure

Teen Dating Violence
Warning Signs about Dating in the Dark

AGES 18-20

When I Look In The Mirror
Learning to Accept Award-Winning Compliments

Don’t Believe The Hype: True Love Waits
Pump the Brakes! Is It Lust or Love?


Back To The Mirror
Reinforcing the Power of Self-Love

Knock, Knock! Who’s There? Forgiveness
Let It Go! Forgive, Heal, Freely Live

Angela Clay is the inspirational author and worldwide visionary for the Loving The Me I See (www.lovingthemeisee.com) workshops. Clay is an advocate for building high esteem in girls. She is a vivacious self-esteem enthusiast, a dynamic motivational speaker, and a fifth-grade Sunday School teacher. Her tenacious drive and relentless compassion to help young girls balance a healthy sense of self-worth keeps her in demand.

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