Tweens Going Back to School Discussion #DontFretTheSweat

Take part in a discussion the will focus on tweens going back to school, including the how to handle stressful situations. Is your tween trying to get organized with schoolwork and classwork? Does your tween want to get better at making new friends, learn how to deal with bullying? Then join the Tween Academy class on TheMotherhood!

This is a live discussion featuring Rosalind Wiseman, renowned parenting expert and author of the New York Times bestseller Queen Bees and Wannabes. Held on Tuesday, September 20, at noon ET on TheMotherHood.com We’ll be focusing on all areas of tweens going back to school to help improve both students’ and parents’ experiences. After all, if your child is happy at school, you, as a parent are going to have a much less stressful time of it too.

Unilever is the sponsor of this live chat. Their Facebook page, Don’t Fret The Sweat, includes some pointers from Rosalind Wiseman and information about deodorant for tweens.

Don't Fret The Sweat

Besides Ms. Wiseman, 6 fabulous Bloggers will be co-hosting the chat, including me and:

You can submit a question for Rosalind Wiseman before the Tween Academy discussion begins. I hope you can attend to learn and to add your suggestions about tweens going back to school.

I am receiving a stipend from Unilver and TheMotherhood.com for promoting the live chat and taking part in the chat.

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Living in the Tampa Bay area, I'm lucky enough to see beautiful sunsets almost every day. Although life can be difficult at times, focusing on the positive and being with my family is what gets me through.

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