LifeTree Media to Publish Book of Advice for Parents of Teen Girls, from Author Lindsay Sealey

It’s our joy to announce a new book: LifeTree Media is publishing Lindsay Sealey’s second book. A follow-up to the award-winning Growing Strong Girls, the book is scheduled to be released in paperback and ebook editions on January 10, 2020.

Author Lindsay SealeySealey’s second book focuses on the teen years of a girl’s life. As girls enter adolescence, they must navigate new opportunities and stresses at school, at home, and in their peer group. Many teen girls experience a crisis of confidence that can lead them to abandon their goals or engage in self-destructive behavior at this critical time in their lives, and parents are often at a loss as to how best to support their daughter. Should they intervene in a difficult situation or give her the space to find her own solutions? Is her behavior appropriate or cause for concern? In her book, Sealey addresses the most pressing issues faced by girls today, from social media use to career planning to drug and alcohol use. Drawing on more than 15 years’ experience working with girls and their families, Sealey offers parents a nonjudgmental and insightful view into their girls’ world, providing advice on how they can help—and not hinder—her natural, healthy development into an empowered and self-possessed young woman.

The book will be available for sale in bookstores across North America and via online retailers on January 10, 2020.

About Lindsay Sealey

Lindsay Sealey, MA Ed, is a passionate girl advocate and the founder and CEO of Bold New Girls, a coaching company for girls and young women, as well as their parents, teachers, and caregivers. She has worked as a consultant and in curriculum development and special education for more than fifteen years. Sealey lives in Vancouver, Canada.

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Jesmine Cham

Jesmine Cham

Publishing Coordinator at LifeTree Media
Jesmine honed her editing and marketing skills at Geist Magazine, Greystone Books, and Quietly, among other organizations. In between freelance projects, she is either engaging in acts of mindfulness or whittling down (and adding) to her TBR list.
Jesmine Cham

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