Teens and Moms

Dreams, Family-goals, Focus, Ignite Passion, Passion, Self Care, Teens and Moms, Vision / February 23, 2018

WHY WE STAY IN BAD RELATIONSHIPS

 Attached is my write-up on Why we stay in bad relationships!Here’s the link to Sweet Dreams from Eurythmics from Youtube.I grew up on a good dose of music as a child of the 70’s raised in the 80’s, so it would make sense that one of the songs I really loved was Sweet Dreams by Eurythmics.Now that I’m older the words to the song make more sense, I also know which group I fell into inhindsight.That’s why I added one more group: the simple-minded, the ones who don…

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Dreams, Girl Power, Leadership, Loving Life, Passion, Personal Development, Self Care, Self-Direction, Talent, Teens and Moms, Vision, Women and Girls / February 2, 2018

TRUE OR FALSE: YOU SHOULD NEVER SHARE YOUR DREAMS OR VISION?

 TRUE OR FALSE: YOU SHOULD NEVER SHARE YOUR DREAMS OR VISION?The answer to the title question is FALSE.I conducted a small survey, that found that 1 in every 13 people believe that they should not share their visions, dreams and ideas with other people because it will be stolen without their permission. I also discovered that no one is exempt from stealing your vision, ideas or dreams: family, friends, enemies and acquaintances will steal your idea or change it to fit into an existing service they already have.Growing up I always heard don’t share your…

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Decisions, Dreams, Education, Enlightenment, Girl Power, Parents, Passion, Relationships, Self Care, Self-Direction, Taking a Stand, Teen Girls, Teens and Moms, Vision, Women and Girls / February 17, 2018

Girl Power: Helping the Girl-Child Build Her Muscles for Self Expression

 I remember seeing her before she saw me. I was behind them on the line, watching her struggle to decide on what to get and I wondered what I could do to help. Let’s talk Girl power, though used loosely in the 21st century, the term ushered in the celebration of women’s empowerment and independence, and was first recorded used in 1967 by the Riot Grrrl an underground feminist punk movement in the 1990’s. The Grrrl, with its origins in Washington state, and Washington, DC, some have called it a musical genre and they were know…

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Family-goals, Single Parent, Teens and Moms / July 21, 2017

Healthy Tips on How to Raise Boys

   To mom of boys, it is an open secret that boys can make you lose your temper because they are usually very active, physical and aggressive. As a mom of  3 boys ranging from 15 to 7 years old the tips below bounces between the ages of my various children.As long as they play safe and your child remains unharmed, then you have absolutely nothing to worry about.Do stock up on detergents and a reliable washing machine and as the dirt goes off, the memory of play last for years.Check his aggression level: Does…

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Family-goals, Focus, Kids and Mom, Leadership, Single Parent, Teens and Moms, Vision, Writing / July 15, 2017

The 3 – 2 – More Project

A project for the working family that wants to do more to get involved in their child academic pursuit by planning and using the power of the school community: the parent does 3 new things in the upcoming school year and the child does 2 new things.This is for you if:• You work nine to five or more hours?• Are tired by the time you get home and feel like doing nothing.•You’ve heard that “Advanced Placement and Gifted and Talented” classes will be too challenging for your child.• You want to do more to help your child…

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Dreams, Enlightenment, Relationships, Taking a Stand, Teens and Moms, Vision, Writing / December 1, 2017

Why We Stay in Bad Relationships

why we stay We believe we truly love our abuser and they love us too and something went wrong to change them. We believe that something or someone is responsible for their current predicament, that it’s a spiritual battle not physical, a type of demonic possession of sorts. You see yourself as the hero that will win, by rescuing this person. We think no one will believe us when we tell them what they’ve done to us. We don’t know what a good relationship looks like. Why don’t we see what everyone else sees, are…

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