Comedian/Actress Cocoa Brown Joins Author Angela Clay to Co-Host the 5th Annual “Loving The Me I See” Girls’ Self-Esteem Workshopby GDN Shared Post July 15, 2014
DALLAS, TX — Get ready for an empowering day at the Fifth Annual “Loving The Me I See” Girls’ Self-Esteem Workshop on Saturday, July 26, 2014, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Worldwide visionary and self-esteem enthusiast Angela Clay (www.angelaclay.com), the inspirational author and creator of “Loving The Me I See” (LTMIS), is delighted that comedian/actress Cocoa Brown (www.cocoabrown4life.com) of Tyler Perry’s “The Single Moms Club”, will co-host the empowering self-esteem workshop for pre-teen and adolescent girls at the Richardson Civic Center in Richardson, Texas.
Clay comments, “We are celebrating five years at the workshop and is enthusiastic that Brown accepted our invitation to come again this year to be the Co-Host. She says:“Brown has a heart of compassion, an energetic personality, and a genuine desire to help young girls to connect to who they are. We are simply honored that she will grace us with her presence at the workshop as we embark on celebrating five years of empowering the minds of young girls at the workshop.”
Being a self-esteem enthusiast, Clay believes that every girl should embrace her natural beauty and simply respect and love the me she sees so that she can mature mentally into a productive, healthy, powerful, intelligent, and brilliant young woman in society. The self-esteem enthusiast is convinced that every girl should begin her lifetime self-esteem excursion of “Loving The Me I See” and have a great sense of self-awareness, self-respect, and unconditional self-love.
With a high volume of interest and much planning, an educational day has been skillfully planned for preteen and adolescent girls (Ages: 9–11, 12–14, 15–17), mothers, teachers, leaders, mentors, and chaperones. Clay is expecting an uplifting, encouraging, and fulfilling day at the workshop. She says:“It’s a day to learn, laugh, share, cry, smile, and simply be the amazing you that you were created to be.” She adds, “The LTMIS workshop attracts many young girls from all walks-of-life, backgrounds, nationality, and islands.”
What can the attendees expect? Attendees can expect to receive a wealth of didactic information, participate in group activities, and one-on-one exercises to enhance their self-esteem profile. Plus! Free parking, lunch, three empowering workshops, workshop t-shirt, and “The Loving The Me I See” concert! — all for only $50!
To reserve your seat at the workshop, register now at http://lovingme14.eventbrite.com.
For more information about the workshop, please visit the official website at www.lovingthemeisee.com •