TORONTO, April 22 /CNW/ -
Did you know:
- 85% of Canadian moms believe that sleepovers impact their daughter's
- One in four Canadian mothers have said that their daughters have
come home upset after a sleepover
A few simple tips can help moms host more self-esteem friendly sleepovers,
and ensure girls leave sleepovers feeling great about themselves. The Dove
Self-Esteem Fund's self-esteem expert, Lisa Naylor, can share these tips with
your audience - just in time for Dove's National Night of Sleepovers on May 2.
Who: National self-esteem expert Lisa Naylor
What: Broadcast interviews and tips for moms hosting sleepovers,
audience questions welcomed
When: From now until May 2
About Lisa Naylor:
Lisa Naylor is a national self-esteem expert and has worked as a
counselor and health educator with girls and women for the past 15 years. She
is a co-creator of the Dove Self-Esteem Fund Girls-only activities, as well as
an on-going Dove workshop facilitator.
About Dove's National Night of Sleepovers:
On Saturday, May 2, moms and girls coast-to-coast are invited to host
their own Self-Esteem Sleepover for a night of great movies, interactive
activities and expert advice. Visit dovesleepover.ca for more information.
For further information:
For further information: To arrange an interview, please contact:
Jennifer Pyne, Harbinger Communications, 1-877-960-5100, (416) 960-5100 ext.