In the bustling halls of her middle School, Remya, a reserved 6th Grader, found solace in an unexpected place- Girls Group. Fast forward to her 10th grade year at high school, and Remya’s transformation is nothing short of inspiring.
Growing up, Remya’s family faced its share of challenges. Her mother, a pillar of strength, worked tirelessly to shield Remya from the harsh realities they encountered. Early mornings at her grandmother’s to catch the bus to school became routine, a testament to her mother’s determination to provide for the family.
Despite maintaining academic excellence, Remya struggled with certain aspects of school life. Her introverted nature made forging friendships a challenge. It wasn’t until Girls Group entered her life in 6th grade that Remya found a haven.
“It felt like a safe place,” Remya reflected, her eyes lighting up with the warmth of gratitude. Girls Group became more than just an extracurricular activity; it became a lifeline that offered friendship and provided empowerment.
In a world that often undervalues the strength found in quiet resilience, Girls Group became a sanctuary for Remya to focus on her personal growth. No longer confined by her silence, she found her voice within the supportive community of like-minded participants. “You come to Girls Group and are able to find friends and leave feeling empowered,” Remya explained with radiating confidence.