Fitting the Ideal Female Image
The ups and downs with being a girl come with societal and peer pressures that are hard to dismiss. Paige wants to impress her friends at school with her appearance but she doesn't feel confident with what she is wearing. Her mom notices her anxiety and reassures her that her friends will enjoy her just as much as she does. The materialistic objects aren't necessary to make true friends because in the end, only those who will stick with Paige through thick and thin are her real pals.
Paige! Come down the bus is coming.
Hold on! I'll be there in a minute.
Uh, mom. I'm not so sure that I want to go to school. I'm afraid that my friends at school will not like me for my looks or for what I wear.
Paige, I've called you down several times already, is there something wrong?
So should I not be so concerned about what others say about my outfits even if they aren't the most stylish.
Oh, Paige. When I was a little girl, I didn't care about what I wore. Do you know why? It was because I stopped caring about what others had to say about how I dressed because it was only important to me to make myself happy.
Thanks mom for taking your time to share your advice. You're the best!
Honey, you are the most beautiful, intelligent and friendly girl I know. School should not hold you down like a cage, but should act like a door to countless opportunities.
I can't wait to go now and make a bunch of new friends!
You're very welcome muffin. Now get your cute pigtails to the school bus!
I love you too, sweetie!
I love you, mom!
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