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Elizabeth Berkley
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Recognized by the London Times as a "fearless and committed actress," Elizabeth Berkley has demonstrated the versatility of her talent from comedy to drama in a host of successful film, television and stage performances. She is a New York Times Bestselling author and also the founder of Ask-Elizabeth, created as a safe forum for adolescent girls (ages 11 to 18) to ask the questions they have been afraid to and empower them with answers. When Berkley works with the girls, she creates a big sister relationship in a safe setting that allows them to open up and start talking and sharing. In these two-hour, interactive workshops, Berkley discusses themes like body image, fitness, beauty, family, goal-setting, friendship, dating, etc. -- all important aspects in the emotional life of a teenage girl. Berkley has touched the lives of more than 30,000 teenage girls so far through her nonprofit organization.

Her book, Ask Elizabeth, in it's first three weeks is #2 on the New York Times Bestseller List.

Blog Entries by Elizabeth Berkley

How Do I Disapprove of My Daughter's Friend or Boyfriend Without Being an Invasive Mom?

Posted May 3, 2011 | 15:39:00 (EST)

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Whether it's a new boyfriend who seems like he's bad news or a friend who sets off that little warning light in your brain, deciding how to handle these kinds of situations is one of the biggest struggles I've heard...

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What Do Teen Girls Most Need From Their Moms?

Posted April 20, 2011 | 13:16:39 (EST)

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How to Get Your Daughter to Talk with You

Posted April 7, 2011 | 09:09:00 (EST)

2011-03-23-Untitled3.jpgI wonder if my daughter is really happy. How do I discuss the recent mood change in my once-lively girl? How can I ask my daughter how she is handling pressures in school? How do I show interest in...

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Ask Elizabeth: What's Your Daughter Thinking?

Posted March 23, 2011 | 13:59:38 (EST)

2011-03-23-Untitled1.jpgWhat do you do if you are ashamed of your body? What should you do if you have a friend who needs help but refuses it? What is love? How do you know if you can trust someone? Why...

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