You are here! You know that map at the mall? The one you look at when you’re trying to find Forever 21? In order to get there you have to know where you’re coming from. It’s the same thing in
Welcome to the Mad Love Revolution!MAD Love is a movement for Mothers And Daughters, healing their relationship and channeling all that energy into changing the culture for teen girls.
My name is Kathleen Hassan and I coach teen girls who want to be more confident and women who want to step fully into their authentic power.
I also work with mothers and daughters who want to deepen their relationship, build mutual respect and enhance their communication skills.
The Mother and Daughter relationship is the most sacred and important relationship in a girl's life. However, because of our culture, this relationship is often strained and your home can turn into a battle zone.
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Every mom wants her daughter to be brave, have the confidence to achieve her dreams, and know how to get back up when she falls. Are you the mother of a teenage girl? Do you feel confident in just about
Help the teens who count on you to become happy, healthy and well adjusted … empowered by belief in themselves. As practitioners, educators, parents, or simply as human beings, now more than ever we are being called to educate,
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Thank you Adele! Last night during the Grammys, in front of millions of viewers, Adele modeled the art of the do over to perfection. She was singing a tribute to George Michael and a few bars into her rendition of
Over the past twenty years as a professional speaker, I’ve had my fair share of speeches that didn’t go my way. But last week’s presentation to the National Charity League in San Antonio was an epic disaster. I was so
“The only time my daughter wants to hang out with me is when it involves spending money and most often that means another trip to the mall.” Sound familiar? I’ve heard this over and over again from so many moms