Pretty Girl Problems Presents: KeKe Palmer, and Mother Sharon Palmer, Host ‘A Girl’s Guide to Finding Solutions; a Mother Daughter Retreat’
Actress and Singer KeKe Palmer, Sharon Palmer, Pretty Girl Problems and special guests.
The Girl’s Guide To Finding Solutions is a 1-day retreat for mothers and daughters hosted by keynote speakers KeKe Palmer and mother Sharon Palmer. This event will shine a light on the most common issues faced by both mothers and daughters and offer a real world approach to solutions through conversation, dynamic speakers/facilitators, interactive role play, character building activities and communication modules. It is the goal of the retreat to eliminate blame, assign responsibility and identify common ground towards a life well lived. Each mother/daughter attendee will leave with a better understanding of themselves, a closer more open relationship with one another, support tools for use after the retreat and the ability to meet a host of new mothers and daughters facing similar challenges.
The Girl’s Guide To Finding Solutions will teach mother and daughter the following:
▪ The contagiousness of negative attitudes and how to eliminate them
▪ How to love yourself and your personality
▪ How to ask for and get what you truly want from one another
▪ How to use forgiveness
▪ How to communicate with love, respect and boundaries
TICKETS ARE FOR MOTHER DAUGHTER PAIRS; BREAKFAST AND LUNCH INCLUDED
IDEAL AGE OF DAUGHTERS 13-18
Saturday May 30th, 2015 | 9A – 4P
Media Check in: 8A – 10A
The Mansour Center
995 Rosewell Street NE
Marietta, GA 30069
Media interested in covering this event, RSVP to:
Lauren Ivey | Lauren@TheoryComm.com | 202-468-3671
To purchase tickets register HERE
About Pretty Girl Problems
Founded by Chivon Ferguson, Pretty Girl Problems, the brand, was originally created to identify the challenges women face collectively. Through more meaningful interaction with girls and women at speaking engagements, she began to notice more and more that the unresolved problems concerning lack of self-awareness, esteem and love within girls, was leading to a lack of character and leadership in women.Pretty Girl Problems and its founder are committed to serving our communities.
May 21, 2015