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Who we are and HOW we help?
Dr Jo Watkins is a GP and a mum of 4. She has a 16 year old girl and a 14 year old boy along with two younger children. She has supported them both through the transition to secondary school, through friendship challenges and helped them with their first phone and social media use.
Polly Crook has two younger children herself and is a mentor to many tweens and teens. She is brilliantly in tune with how they tick.
As founders of a platform offering courses, workshops and an inspiring, supportive digital membership for teen girls, Polly and Jo work with many teenage girls and their parents.
They have written and designed this handy guide to help other parents who are going through the same challenges and both try to use ideas from it every day in their own parenting.
We know it is hard. Your child is growing, starting to become more independent, starting to want to spend more time with friends.
Our parenting needs to adapt and flex too, to be able to support them in this new and important phase in their lives.
**Warning** There is a very high chance that by reading this manifesto you will start feeling...
Inspired to make some changes
Empowered to be a better parent
**we can take absolutely no responsibility for these changes. They usually last longer than 48 hours and when re exposed to content from The HOW People are commonly seen to have chronic long lasting effects on parents and teenagers which can reappear at any time.
We see the same alarming side effects with all products from The HOW People and sadly these symptoms are usually transmitted to any parents in attendance too**
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