Do you often find yourself at a loss for advice when your children come to you with their friendship issues? Don’t worry, you’re not alone and we’re here to help. URSTRONG provides simple but meaningful language and skills to open up a dialogue with your kids.
Encourage your child’s school to teach our friendship skills curriculum. Share this document with all the details: HOW TO BECOME A URSTRONG SCHOOL!
We know how heart-breaking it is to watch your child struggle with friendship issues and we’re here to provide support and answers to those tricky questions.
Our kid-friendly approach creates a common language to open up those lines of communication, helping you feel closer to your child while building trust.
You will gain confidence to support your child through friendship dramas. Gone will be the days of resorting to saying, “Just ignore it!” or “Suck it up!”.
You will learn how to empower your child to make healthier decisions in their friendships and put out Friendship Fires® (resolve conflict) in a respectful way.
In 2020, during the global pandemic, we decided to make membership for parents FREE FOR LIFE!
URSTRONG is all about empowering kids with friendship skills! We’ve developed a proven, skills-based strategy that provides a host of kid-friendly concepts, skills and language to help them build and maintain healthy friendships.
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