Welcome to the Mother and Daughter #MADLove Revolution!

#MADLove is a movement dedicated to healing and strengthening the mother daughter relationship.

M.A.D. is an acronym for Mothers And Daughters. It is also the state of being between frustrated moms and angry daughters as they vie for control and attempt to maneuver their way through the minefield of pop culture.

Love is the most powerful force in the world and it is the only thing that can transform our lives and relationships so we can be happy, healthy and successful.

Revolution is a dramatic and wide-reaching change in the way something works. The mother daughter bond is the most sacred and important relationship in a girl’s life. But when this connection is strained, it can set a girl up for a lifetime of struggle. Today more than ever, this relationship requires a whole new approach to prepare girls to go out into the world with strong emotional resources and resiliency skills.

My name is Kathleen Hassan and I coach mothers and daughters who have lost or are on the verge of losing their love connection. I help you communicate more effectively, deepen and strengthen your relationship while fostering mutual respect and trust.

I also work individually with teen girls who struggle with self-worth and are anxiously trying to be perfect in their looks, social status, athletic or academic performance. I help them break free from the trap of perfectionism so they can feel confident in the choices and decisions they make and can finally love themselves – just the way they are.

If you’re the mother of a teen girl, do you sometimes feel powerless to help your daughter be more confident in herself? Do you often wonder, “what happened to my sweet little girl?” Do you hope and pray that your daughter won’t make choices that could negatively impact the rest of her life?  Do you ever feel like you’re failing as a mom?

If you’ve answered “yes” to any of these questions, fear not Mama. You are not alone. It’s not too late to create the loving mother daughter bond that you desire and set your daughter on a path to empowerment. Click here to apply for a FREE Breakthrough to Confidence Discovery session for you and your daughter.

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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

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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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  • Stand Beside Her
    I’m so honored to be a national partner in the Stand Beside Her movement, which encourages girls to support one another and help each other succeed. We were asked to create a video of our own #StandBesideHer story and here’s mine.   Last week I spoke at an 8th Grade Girls Summit and their brochure had a picture of a mountain and I used that theme throughout my talk to demonstrate the journey from where you are to where you want to be […]
  • You Are Here! But Where Do You Want to Be?
    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 life. You can’t get where you’re going until you know the starting point. Last week was the final session of my brand new pilot program called Buried Treasure: A Girl’s Guide to Discovering Inner Strength and Confidence. […]
  • Perfectly Imperfect: Adele Models the Art of the Do Over
    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 Fast Love, she stopped and said, “I’m sorry, I can’t mess this up for him. Can we start over?” A collective gasp shot round the world. Then, as if realizing what she’d just done, she dropped an undeniable […]
  • Grace Under Fire: Turning My Mess into a Message
    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 excited because the NCL’s mission aligns so well with my message of fostering the mother daughter relationship and developing confident young women leaders, and 250 mothers and daughters would be there for my talk. Never in a million […]