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Trusting your intuition, being smart and aware, using a powerful voice, running and learning natural fighting skills help us to define “Fight like a Girl” in new terms. Every girl has the power to stand up for herself and fight for her safety. She deserves that and you deserve to rest well knowing she has all it takes to “Fight like a Girl” and stay safe.

This month in “It’s a Girl Thing: Empowering Our Girls to Be Expressive, Safe and Strong,” Nancy shares 19 ways to be a healthy role model for our daughters…

Jumping rope, hiking swimming, bike riding, skateboarding, rock climbing… there are so many fun ways to get your girls active and engaged outside in their community in the summer! Check out this list of 20 ideas Nancy has complied for us this month in “It’s a Girl Thing.”

In one of our newest monthly columns, “It’s a Girl Thing: Empowering Our Girls to Be Expressive, Safe and Strong,” Nancy explores ways to strengthen a young girl’s resolve and to embrace a confident outlook. She also provides us with some great tips in navigating the unsure water’s of a girl’s formative years.

Martial arts training for girls is an outstanding way to bolster self-confidence in our girls as they navigate the ups and downs of growing up. It can teach so many valuable life lessons, strengthening their connection between the mind, heart, voice and spirit, providing a strong foundation for a lifetime. This month in “It’s a Girl Thing: Empowering Our Girls to Be Expressive, Safe and Strong,” Hilltown Families newest Contributing Writer, Nancy Rothenberg, identifies these confidence builders that are built into the practice of martial arts.

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