Since my granddaughter was about 3, she was exposed to your program every time I had her in my car. She would comment occasionally on your advice, so I knew she was listening.
She is 15 now, and recently had someone run into the back of her beloved car at a stop sign, then speed off. She drove to her sister’s house, crying copiously, and called her mother. I asked her later, “What would Dr. Laura tell you to do?” Her reply was, “She would say buck up, quit bawling, and deal with it!”
What a life lesson for a girl of any age! I recently had a breast cancer scare and used the same coping mechanism – I bucked up, quit bawling, and dealt with it. Thankfully, the biopsy was negative and my life is back to normal.
Thank you for empowering girls of all ages 15 and 65 to live strong, rich lives!