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Dec. 4, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Finding gifts for tween girls doesn't have to be difficult this holiday season. The
best gift for girls is one that will be a continual reminder of her uniqueness, fearlessness, and beauty -- a reminder of just how much she means to you. Do you want a gift that tells your girl she is that amazing person in the mirror, regardless of what others may think or say?
Just in time for the holidays, a new fashion trend is emerging. One that is not about the clothing, but about what is inside. Reflect Who I Am is a new company that creates and sells unique mirror image t-shirts for girls exclusively through
http://www.reflectwhoiam.com. These shirts remind girls to see and celebrate their inherent strengths, gifts, and amazing possibilities. Because these are the qualities that make her beautiful, unique, and special to the world.
Young girls live in a society that often suggests they aspire to be someone else -- someone slimmer, prettier, and smarter. According to Real Pressure National Study, 7 in 10 girls believe they are not good enough or do not measure up in some way including their looks, performance in school and relationships. NYU Child Study Center states 59% of 5-12th grade girls were dissatisfied with their body shape, and 47% of them want to lose weight because of magazine pictures. Without the foundation of a solid sense of self, girls are unable to take the risks and make the decisions necessary to lead a fulfilling, productive life. Here's a chance to start changing those statistics and make an impact in a young girl's life with the perfect gift this Christmas.
Encourage girls to celebrate who they are with a gift from Reflectwhoiam.com. Reflect Who I Am creates and sells original mirror image shirts for girls and adults exclusively online. Girls everywhere should love who they see in the mirror. For more information, please visit
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