Lauren Galley is an award-winning teen-mentor and President of Girls Above Society, a non-profit dedicated to empowering today's young girls to be confident, kind, and cyber-smart.  

In this episode, Lauren discusses the experience of being cyber-bullied when she was in middle school… the power of one person's mean words in changing how we feel about ourselves… the important role of her mother in helping her deal with the experience and shock of being bullied… founding Girls Above Society initially by sharing her story by speaking with groups of girls in elementary and middle schools… imposter syndrome… self-confidence as a journey and a daily practice… and the importance of listening and recognizing that we have feelings and experiences that connect us all.  (USA)


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