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
National Charity League, Fort Worth Chapter,
Your message was truly fabulous and so powerful for both moms and girls. I have spoken with 9 different moms today and each of them raved about you and your message/story and how it prompted meaningful conversations with their daughters. It way by far our best kickoff we have ever had. Thank you for believing in what you do and for believing in our organization.
Another year (9th!) on this journey together to bring your gift for inspiring these girls at the Young Women’s Leadership Conference. We love that you want to come back every year and we are so grateful for sharing your love and wisdom with all of us. You have blessed so many lives, with more to come as we welcome you back for the 10th year!
Young Women’s Leadership Conference,
When I came to hear you speak I was in a very dark place in my life, I was being bullied and I was at a point where I could’ve done something I’d regret. You told us girls not to bottle everything up and to let someone know what was going on. You awakened my inner strength and I have you to thank for all the success I am now experiencing in my life and career.
Mohave Probation Department,
Thank you for a truly wonderful presentation at our Girls Day Out event. I could see that our girls were engaged and interested. You came across as truly caring about our girls – thank you for caring about them.
Aimee Dos Santos
Fairfield County Fund for Women & Girls - ANNUAL GIRLS SYMPOSIUM,
You were outstanding today at the girls symposium! I could not take notes quick enough!! You made this social workers blood rush with inspiration! Going into school on Monday feeling empowered and ready to rock some inspiration into middle school souls! Thank you-thank you-thank you.
Thank you so much for making our first Girls Knight Out a huge success! Your presentation was inspiring and moving and I know our girls and their moms were truly impacted by your words. Your message challenges and empowers women of all ages.
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