UPDATE: Participate in this week's free SHAPE America webinar to learn more about the program and win a chance to attend a national conference of your choice, at no cost! You may watch the webinar at a later date as well, however, register here. Why is body confidence and self-esteem impor
by email@example.com (BessieAkuba) @ The She is Me Program, Inc.
Fri Nov 12 00:00:00 PST 2010
SAN DIEGO -- Dove is shifting its focus from self-hygiene to self-esteem, and it’s taking shape right here in San Diego.Self-esteem workshops were held at the Boys and Girls Club in Clairemont Wednesday. Around 50 girls from across San Diego County took part in the Dove self-esteem project -- a program implemented 10 years ago to show girls, despite what they think or feel, they are beautiful.
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Our Dove brand is helping millions of young people improve their self-esteem
Dove also believes that no girl should be held back from reaching her full potential which we love and we are proud to support the Dove Self Esteem Project.
Hoping to catch the viral success of its original "Beauty Sketches" campaign, Dove has launched a new "Patches" ad built on the premise that women's self e
The Emily Program Foundation
By Katie Glerum Many teenage girls in the U.S are faced with media that hurts their self-esteem and this may lead to anxiety about their appearance. The company Dove is taking a stance against this…
Dove's war against low self-esteem is relentless.
The Dove Self-Esteem Project provides evidence-based resources & workshops to help parents & teachers with building confidence & to boost self-esteem in young people.
by Colleen Gresh @ Mitchell College
Thu Apr 06 15:41:48 PDT 2017
On Sunday, April 30, students in the Mitchell College Behavioral Sciences Club and Psychology of Women class will present the 9th annual Dove Self-Esteem Workshop for girls and their adult female mentors. “Girls face more pressure than ever to fit the stereotypically defined image of beauty: physical perfection. Through this workshop, we can help change […]
by Priscilla @ It's Peachy Keen
Tue Sep 19 13:45:37 PDT 2017
All opinions are mine and mine alone. 5 Ways for You to Help Your Man Stay Young You may already put a lot of effort into keeping yourself looking young. However, are you giving the same amount of attention to your man? There are so many ways for you to help your other half […]
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NEW LONDON, CT – On Sunday, April 30th, students in the Mitchell College Behavioral Sciences Club and Psychology of Women class will present the 9th annual Dove Self-Esteem Workshop for girls and...
Dove’s Self Esteem Project: #SpeakBeautiful Bracelet with Purchase of 3 Dove Products at Target | All Things Target
All Things Target
Post sponsored by Mirum Shopper. Opinions are 100% my own. The internet is an amazing place, but sometimes the negativity on social media can make us feel less-than-amazing. We need to keep in mind that our words can affect ourselves and those around us. Dove is helping to remind us to always #speakbeautiful, not only for ourselves but for our children as well. Dove took a study and found out that 52% of girls think that negativity they see online damages their confidence?* With a teenager daughter myself, I want to make sure I am always sending a positive message. Dove is encouraging women and girls to make social media a more positive place for beauty and body confidence. Stop by Target and pick up three of your favorite Dove products and you will get a FREE #SpeakBeautiful bracelet. This bracelet will stand as a reminder to always be positive when posting on social media, in your daily life and in your interactions with family and friends. Choose Dove and support
Science of People
Many, many years ago, I first saw this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q5qZedMTkkE It completely changed the way I looked at advertisements, media and photos. I realized that the way we see beauty, the way we think about beauty and
Mom 2.0 Summit | Moms + Marketers + Media
Register for Dove Self Esteem Workshops! At Dove, we believe every person has the opportunity to make a difference in a girl’s self-esteem. At this year’s Mom 2.0, we are bringing back our Dove Self-Esteem Workshops. Dove Self-Esteem educator, Jess Weiner, will facilitate two different workshops – one for women and one for girls from the local Orlando Boys and Girls Clubs. Both workshops will allow participants to critically analyze the importance of women and girls embracing their story as well as what it looks like to create that story with confidence. Click here to register for the adults only workshop and here to register for the girls’ workshop. We hope that you join us for one of two totally different, yet equally inspiring workshops! Dove Self-Esteem Workshops Thursday, May 11, 2017, 12:00 PM & 4:00 PM | Tuscany A – Dove #RealBeauty Suite 12:00 PM: Join us for an adults-only workshop that will reinforce the notion that women have the authority to define beauty for themselves and develop the confidence they need to be the creators of their own story. 4:00 PM: Be a mentor and join us at an inspiring workshop for local girls from the Boys and Girls …
by Samantha Lowe @ Blog - Cairn Guidance
Tue Apr 11 08:15:45 PDT 2017
Written by Samantha Lowe
Born and raised in Kentucky, I have seen how difficult it is to persuade the population on the necessity of in school and community based health education, where 25.2% of adults smoke cigarettes, with the national rate ranging from 9.3% to 26.5% across all states. Overall, Kentuckians tend to be less concerned with their health.
Kentucky residents were large beneficiaries of Obamacare and Medicaid expansion, but this did not change residents understanding of its' worth. Kentuckians then proceeded to keep red state traditions alive and vote for a president who promised to replace the system. And, in 2015 the population voted in a Governor, Matt Bevin, who allows his conservative religious views to influence policy. Unfortunately, these decisions are beginning to elicit change, but not in the best interest of Kentuckians. Governor Bevin has described himself as “unapologetically pro-life” and is attempting to make Kentucky the first state to have residents without access to abortion services.
In the past year, the Bevin administration has impacted services offered to the community at two out of only three places in the state to receive women's reproductive healthcare. Planned Parenthood in Louisville no longer offers surgical services, while the administration forced theEMW Women's Clinic in Lexington to completely close its doors to the community. Governor Bevin then ordered the EMW Women's Surgical Center in Louisville, KY (the last clinic available in the state to receive abortion services) to close on April 3rd, 2017. Thankfully the ACLU and the EMW Surgical Center sued on the basis that the closure "will have a devastating impact on Kentucky women", while the ACLU has called the attempted action "an attempt to ban abortion in Kentucky." The clinic was granted the ability to stay open, but the fight for its longevity is not over. With two anti-abortion clinics on the same block the EMW Women's clinic in Louisville, KY has seen a lot of action, with volunteers lining up in orange vests to protect patients from harassment to protestors wearing the same vest attempting to redirect women into one of the pro-life clinics. The clinic has become the last battle ground for women's reproductive rights in the state.
Cairn Guidance believes that access to care, services and information is essential to all Americans.
As the clinics license is up for reevaluation in May, the next few months are pivotal times of support. If you are interested in expressing your voice please follow the link below:
Contact Matt Bevin here.
You're invited to experience the Dove Self-Esteem Project in action at Mom 2.0! Join us for an adults-only workshop that will look at self-esteem through the lens of storytelling to help gain the confidence to define #RealBeauty for ourselves.
Image: Olichel, public domainParent Zone is delighted to be working with Dove on its acclaimed Self-Esteem Project.The project has already helped over 20million young people worldwide, encouraging the
by Amy Gesenhues @ Marketing Day – Marketing Land
Fri Sep 15 13:16:14 PDT 2017
Here’s our recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web. From Marketing Land: How Facebook’s, Instagram’s and Snapchat’s audience size estimates compareSep 15, 2017 by Tim Peterson Facebook’s and Snapchat’s self-serve ad-buying tools estimate the size of advertisers’ target audiences. Here is how those […]
On Sunday, April 30, students in the Mitchell College Behavioral Sciences Club and Psychology of Women class will present the 9th annual Dove Self-Esteem W
by Laurie @ Mom 2.0 Summit | Moms + Marketers + Media
Fri May 05 10:26:49 PDT 2017
Register for Dove Self Esteem Workshops! At Dove, we believe every person has the opportunity to make a difference in a girl’s self-esteem. At this year’s Mom 2.0, we are bringing back our Dove Self-Esteem Workshops. Dove Self-Esteem educator, Jess Weiner, will facilitate two different workshops – one for women and one for girls from the local Orlando Boys and Girls Clubs. Both workshops will allow participants to critically analyze the importance of women and girls embracing their story as well as what it looks like to create that story with confidence. Click here to register for the adults only workshop and here to register for the girls’ workshop. We hope that you join us for one of two totally different, yet equally inspiring workshops! Dove Self-Esteem Workshops Thursday, May 11, 2017, 12:00 PM & 4:00 PM | Tuscany A – Dove #RealBeauty Suite 12:00 PM: Join us for an adults-only workshop that will reinforce the notion that women have the authority to define beauty for themselves and develop the confidence they need to be the creators of their own story. 4:00 PM: Be a mentor and join us at an inspiring workshop for local girls from the Boys and Girls […]
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Boys and Girls Club of Benton County
The Dove Self-Esteem Workshop was held September 19th at the Carl & Alleen McKinney Unit. Girls learned about social media and how unrealistic standards for beauty are set in the media. The workshop kicked off with an impromptu dance on the stage with about 20 girls confidently dancing to Taylor Swift's song "Shake It Off". Dove Self Esteem national spokesperson Jess Weiner lead the girls through exercises on what influences their self esteem; both good and bad. The more than 60 girls attending came to the realization that how women and girls are depicted in magazines isn't how they actually appear in real life. In an exercise, girls created a "Pinterest" page of their circle of influence on their esteem. From it they realized who influences them and who they can inspire. A nutritious & delicious lunch was provided by Chick-fil-A in Rogers, AR. A video was made of this workshop and it will be edited and available to young girls for future downloads of the Dove Self Esteem
Morguard and Big Brothers Big Sisters Launch Second Annual BeYou Campaign to Help Young Women Increase Self-Esteem, Personal Growth and Self-Worth
by Megan Strand @ Companies and Causes Canada
Wed Sep 20 09:55:09 PDT 2017
Morguard has teamed up with Big Brothers Big Sisters for the second annual BeYou campaign to help young women across Canada increase self-esteem, personal growth and self-worth. The program will be rolled out from September 18-24, 2017, in the 21 enclosed owned and managed Canadian shopping centres in the Morguard real estate portfolio. A complete […]
It's Peachy Keen
#SpeakBeautiful #Ad Post is brought to you by DOVE. Sponsored post by Mirum Shopper. All opinions are mine and mine alone. I’ve known and heard of Dove products for a long time. I use them monthly in my daily routines. Sometimes its shampoo, sometimes it’s body wash, but my favorite is deodorant. It’s super affordable …
Simply Being Mommy
Instead of speaking hate, let's speak love. Instead of speaking negativity, let's speak positivity. Learn more about the Dove self esteem project.
by Heather Deckard @ Blog - Cairn Guidance
Mon Jul 17 04:20:58 PDT 2017
By Heather Deckard
The theme of the National Association of School Nurses (NASN) Annual Conference in San Diego, CA June 30- July 1 this year was From Evidence to Action. It was a great experience to represent the Dove Self Esteem Project (DSEP) as an exhibitor to share a range of curriculum-relevant teaching resources, developed in collaboration with educators and students. The DSEP tools take evidence to action and are proven to make a positive impact in body-confidence.
The DSEP Teachers program Confident Me has been proven to:
· Improve body image
· Boost self-esteem
· Reduce social impairment (likelihood of opting out)
The DSEP lessons and materials were well received by school nurses from all over the US – many of whom shared they could use this project to augment their puberty lessons. Research shows that one in five high school students reported being bullied on school property.  We know that young people are bullied for a number of reasons, but appearance, including body shape, weight, and skin, are common. The school nurses we met with reported needing something on this topic for their middle school and high school students, as bullying, low self-esteem, and access to social media can impact student’s health and ability to learn. Those that do not teach were happy to pass the information onto their Health or Physical Education teachers.
The Evolution and Change One Thing films created by DSEP are engaging and impactful assets shared through the Confident Me! Toolkit, well-liked by educators and teachers, alike. Remember, the program is absolutely no cost! Find the programs here: www.dove.com/selfesteem
Cairn Guidance has partnered with the Dove Self-Esteem Project to reach young lives with self-esteem curriculum across the country.
 Diedrichs, P.C., Atkinson, M.J., Steer, R.J., Garbett, K.M., Rumsey, N. & Halliwell, E. (2015). Effectiveness of a brief school-based body image intervention ‘Dove Confident Me: Single Session’ when delivered by teachers and researchers: Results from a cluster randomised controlled trial. Behaviour Research & Therapy, 74, 94-104. doi: 10.1016/j.brat.2015.09.004
In the next phase of its Self-Esteem Project, Dove teams with advocates to arm girls with resources to combat online negativity and body shaming
Hairspray and Highheels
Sponsored post by Mirum Shopper. The Dove Self-Esteem Project’s mission is to help girls gain confidence and develop positive relationships with the way they look....
Educational materials looking at the media’s influence on body image and self-esteem, with videos, presentations, and worksheets to help build young people’s body confidence.
Unilever global company website
The Dove self-esteem project promotes body confidence and self-esteem in youth globally.
The Dove campaign features 32 real women across ages and nationalities to show a diverse range of beauty.
Ethical Marketing News
As we’re a new site but want to be an overall resource I felt it might be good to showcase some of what I feel are the best ethical marketing campaigns from the past, this one is one which was highlighted by the Chris Arnold in the interview we did with him : The Dove Self-Esteem Project (DSEP) was launched by Dove in 2004 when its Campaign for Real Beauty was in its infancy. The Campaign challenged the beauty status quo and offered a broader, more democratic view of beauty.…
USA TODAY College
The company finds a drop in the percentage of women who feel confident in their own beauty.
Dove is at it again. The personal care brand has been on a total body positivity mission for the past ten years — or, before it was a thing — in their "Campaign for Real Beauty." Now, they have to
by Laurie @ Mom 2.0 Summit | Moms + Marketers + Media
Thu May 18 12:59:49 PDT 2017
Tune in for the first film from Dove Real Beauty Productions featuring Cathleen Meredith! Today, Dove premiered “Meet Cathleen,” the first film from Real Beauty Productions – a project with Shonda Rhimes at the helm as Creative Director and starring Real Woman, Cathleen Meredith. We were so excited to see the 30 second teaser during the inspiring keynote last week – and now we are thrilled to share the full film with this community. We’ve talked before about the new collaborative content studio that Dove launched this spring to give women and girls a platform to share their stories that expand the definition of beauty – and now we’re excited to see the first release in action! In this first film, Cathleen shares her journey of discovering, through her passion for dance, an important self-love relationship that she didn’t even know was missing. It was through watching herself perform in videos with her dance group, Fat Girls Dance, that Cathleen started loving and embracing her body. Dove is proud to give Cathleen a platform to share her story and message– “I don’t think we know how much we are told that there is something wrong with our bodies. I think beauty […]
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