Celebrate International Women’s Day with Princess Recovery

International Women’s Day (March 8th) is a day to take the time out to celebrate the economic, political and social achievements of women past, present and future. There is no better day to connect with the women who will inspire change in the future: our daughters.

In that same spirit, child and adolescent psychologist and television mental health contributor, Dr. Jennifer Hartstein brings you PRINCESS RECOVERY: A How-to Guide to Raising Strong, Empowered Girls Who Can Create Their Own Happily Ever Afters.

This must-have parenting guide is available as an eBook download for ONLY $0.99 cents this week. To view and download the full eBook, please visit:

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More about the Book:

70% of girls believe they’re not good enough (Dove Self Esteem Fund). But what causes girls to feel so bad about themselves? Enter the princess syndrome—a double whammy of self-absorption and low self-esteem—that teaches girls to value pretty over smart. Daddy’s little princess now dreams of Prince Charming and demands the latest Bratz doll toy 24/7.

PRINCESS RECOVERY: A How-to Guide to Raising Strong, Empowered Girls Who Can Create Their Own Happily Ever Afters ( F+W Media; December 2011) by Dr. Jennifer Hartstein—a child and adolescent psychologist seen regularly on TV— inspires parents to show their daughters to look within for the strength, intelligence, and spirit they naturally possess.

Jennifer Hartstein, PsyD, child and adolescent psychologist, is a regular television mental health contributor. She has also appeared on Anderson, The Early Show, Fox News, The Today Show, and Headline News. Dr. Hartstein uses a variety of treatment approaches that promote strong self-awareness, distress tolerance, and acceptance. She lives in New York, NY. Follow Jennifer on twitter or facebook.

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