About Phenomenally U!
Most upcoming freshmen become nervous about college, and it’s completely normal. If you are noticing fear and panic in your daughter, then it is your responsibility to ease her burden and show her your support. As a parent, your role goes beyond helping her financially because she needs your encouraging words and moral support the most.
Following are 5 ways… Continue reading
The month of May has a distinction of being called a National Teen Self-Esteem Month. It was created to help people have awareness about how low self-esteem can affect teenagers negatively. In the month of May, parents and guardians of teenagers are asked to be role models for them. The negative images of teens are improved if they receive positive… Continue reading
Just like many other special events in life, prom night is one of the most thrilling and life defining moments for teenagers. This is an anxious and stressful time, not only for kids but for parents as well. Parents are concerned about the safety of their teenage daughters when it comes to prom night.
As a parent, and with the… Continue reading
As we all know this is the era of electronic devices and most people, especially teenagers are attached to electronic devices such as computer, smartphone, laptop, etc. most of their waking hours. This trend is growing on the daily basis as the new innovations of smartphones, tablet PCs, iPods, etc. are being introduced. Even though this technology has abundant benefits,… Continue reading
In the fall of 2015, on my way to a class, I ran into the mother of a childhood friend. Let’s call her Ms. Valerie. She said that she was so happy to see me and that I had been on her heart. She told me her freshman daughter was depressed because she was having a challenging time… Continue reading
I’m excited to announce the launch of my course, “Sexual Assault on Campus: Protect Your Daughter”
After 15 years of writing and teaching about empowering young women, it’s about time I put together a full-on online course !
The 9-lecture course comes in about two hours of content focused on how young women can:
protect themselves from abuse, manipulation,… Continue reading
How to Build New Relationships with Other Women
When creating new relationships in college, see other young women in your life as allies and not enemies. If you looked at the next woman as yourself, how would you treat her differently? If you focused on collaboration instead of competition, how would your interactions with other women change?
Have you… Continue reading
Success Secrets for College-Bound Women: How to Be Safe at College Parties
This should not be you or your friend.
Parties can be a fun way to meet new people and release tensions, after a stressful week of classes. But even though you want to let loose and have fun, don’t forget to be smart about your… Continue reading
Sexual assault is a reality in today’s world. According to the The Campus Sexual Assault Study, one in five college women are victims of completed or attempted sexual assault while in college. College women and older women alike have to be vigilant to help to keep themselves safe.
Some steps in sexual assault prevention may seem… Continue reading
New YEAR, New GIRL!: Author to Guide Girls to Greatness with Goal Planning Seminar for High School Seniors
Philadelphia, P.A. 19121 January 2, 2015 -Lacey C Clark! CEO, Sisters’ Sanctuary and author of Phenomenally U: A Young Woman’s Guide to being Safe, Smart, and Successful in College will facilitate a goal planning seminar for girls who will graduate from high school and enter college in 2015. “Phenomenally U: Girl!, Get Your Goals Right in 2015”, will take… Continue reading