Have a tween and worry about how to answer puberty-related questions? Not quite sure how to explain the biology behind puberty? Want to support your daughter on her period journey, but you need support in doing so? Then this on-demand class is for you and your tween!
This class will:
* Make those hard conversations more manageable and more informative
* Provide puberty resources and expertise for you and your family
* Provide a live demonstration on how to use a pad
* Identify symptoms and predictors of a period
* Provide instructional videos and demonstrations on how to use a tampon
This class will inform and empower you and your tween on their period journey. Thank you for your patience and understanding. We honor and appreciate your support of RedDrop.
How Does it Work?
Once you purchase, you will receive the series along with eight beautifully printed cards with information thoughtfully tailored for your middle-school-aged daughter. Each card is designed to accompany a specific video in the series with a more in-depth discussion about each topic.
Getting to Know Your Body
What to Expect with your First Period
Do Periods Hurt?
Using Pads for Period Protection
Pads, pads, pads - all kinds of period supplies explained
Period Surprises and Accidents
How to Use a Tampon
Predicting your Periods
Mom has most of the answers...
WE HELP YOU HAVE ALL OF THEM (ABOUT PUBERTY)
Did you know as of 2020, only 26 states mandated health education? What your mom learned decades ago may not have been enough to have provided all of the answers you needed. Avoid making uncomfortable internet searches to figure out what to say. We consolidate all of that into one place for you!
We instill trust that prepares tweens for the road ahead.
A young woman’s first period is a significant event, and being prepared takes a great deal of confidence. During this time, the most important thing to her is knowing she has someone there to support her — a relationship she can trust. From puberty to all-out womanhood, we provide the products to meet those unique and delicate needs while staying committed to innovation, so we can continuously deliver on that promise.
The way we see it, trust is rooted in our ability to deliver reliable products to navigate life. So we assume a responsibility to build the trust that builds confidence. And by trusting us, they begin to believe in themselves.
The result? A "normalized" first-period and puberty experience, more self-confidence, and stronger self-esteem.