As Featured by The Founding Moms
Kim Cook has been a member of The Founding Moms Group for over a year. It amazes her daily and is very humbling to be featured on numerous occasions in a group of woman collaborators.
As Featured by Mom's Choice Award
Mom’s Choice Award is honored to announce that Teen World Confidential has earned the prestigious Mom’s Choice Award®. Having been rigorously evaluated by a panel of MCA evaluators, Teen World Confidential is deemed to be among the best products / services for families.
As Quoted In Forbes
Kim Cook was quoted in Forbes after providing her advice to the Founder of Founding Moms, Jill Salzman – when asked what her advice would be for any new startup. When asked to share, this is what Kim offered, Read here.
As Featured In Chicago Now
Kim was asked by Chicago Now to share 4 tips for keeping conversations about relationships and sex going during the teen years.
You fulfilled your parental duty of informing your child about the birds and the bees. You’ve used proper terms for your child’s anatomy, you’ve explained exactly how babies are made, you’ve talked to your kids about the importance of protection. Now what?
As Featured In West Suburban Living
Western Suburban Living Featured Teen World Confidential written By Kim Cook in its May 2017 edition which spotlights local authors.
Here is what they share about this must read:
This practical, up-to-the minute guide offers parents tools to inspire honest conversations with adolescents about sex, identity, relationships and values. Information is presented in fast-paced five-minute reads that are medically accurate, non-judgmental, and often humorous. This is a confident starting place to open the door to empathetic communication during the teen years.
As Featured In Kids In The House
Kids In The House – The Ultimate Parenting Resource Featured Teen World Confidential and Kim Cook in its August edition.
Here is an excerpt from the article:
Talking to kids about sex. Yikes.
Any parent who has initiated “the talk” with their child has experienced qualms about what to say, when to say it, and how to say it. It would be awesome to channel a sex-pert during these talks and merely let the words flow succinctly, accurately, and in a manner that eliminates the inevitable eyeball roll of your all-knowing child.
You ask yourself, “Adolescent sexuality is not funny! Why humor?”
Read more to get some interesting information.
As Featured In The Voice
Kim Cook presented to the Kiwanis Club of Aurora in September of 2016. This speaking engagement allowed Teen World Confidential to be featured in The Voice, a local suburban publication. Excerpt from The Voice below:
Teen World Confidential is an adolescent sexuality health resource for parents, educators, and other caring adults and encourages honest, open, and intelligent conversation with young people. The project began in 2013 with a desire to offer medically-accurate, fact-based information about sexuality health to adolescents and the adults in their lives by using a straightforward yet humorous approach. It is not an easy conversation, but it is a necessary one. – Jason Crane – The Voice