RELATIONSHIP EXPERT AND BEST-SELLINNG AITHOR WEIGHS IN
ON HOW TO TALK WITH YOUR DAUGHTER ABOUT RGB For women especially, the loss of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg brought on a very particular kind of grief, but also an incredibly strong opportunity for mother-daughter bonding, says author and relationship expert Heather Dugan.
"My mother told me to be a lady. And for her, that meant be your own person, be independent," said the inspiring Ginsberg, who, regardless of how you felt about her political leanings, touched every woman and girl's lives, including a young Heather Dugan, now an award-winning author/speaker, advice columnist, and founder of a social connection group that encourages and enables women to build more significant relational foundations.
"RBG was fearless and stood for gender equality, and so much more that's important to women," says Heather, who says that RBG's particular appeal to younger women gives moms a terrific opportunity for a meaningful conversation with their daughters. Ginsberg's meaningful connection and proactive decision-making, helping others to tap into their own unique talents.
Heather Dugan is the award-winning author of Date Like a Grownup: Anecdotes, Admissions of Guilt & Advice Between Friends and The Friendship Upgrade, which offers solutions for the socially sidelined. "I believe in turning challenges into opportunities for achievement to facilitate positive transformation and find value in even life's darkest places," says the relationship expert and single mom.
About Heather Dugan:
An Indiana University alumnus, Heather resides in the Midwest, with her three children. You can visit her online at https://www.heatherdugan.com/