El Marie, a single mother of three from Indiana is doing the best she can to raise her children. El Marie adopted Gabriel as an infant and as a single parent. Although two of her children are older and this article is about her youngest, I have no doubt that all three of her children… Continue reading How a stranger, a mother, and a young boy moved the world on Christmas Day.
This article was originally written by Brandon Bozarth in which we have asked permission to republish his words of wisdom. Brandon is a Master coach of transformation and if we could steal every written piece of his, we would! For everything inspirational you can follow Brandon on the links below and we highly recommend that you do! Instagram : Website:… Continue reading Brandon Bozarth – Your “WILL” is very rarely enough to create change and 2019 won’t be any different.
I was told I was exaggerating, twelve-years-old and I am staying home from school due to what they called "bad period pain". I was told it was normal and part of being a woman. They were wrong.... I was sixteen when I had my first operation for this particular issue and it was then that… Continue reading It won’t happen to me
We recently came across a Facebook post shared by Kelsea King . Kelsea is a personal trainer and a mother who like many of us, can relate to her quoted Facebook share . Mothers are the worst bullies "Mom-ing is hard when breastfeeding in public is offensive but formula feeding is frowned upon, when co-sleeping… Continue reading Mothers are the worst bullies – Just love!
If you are struggling mentally or physically, if someone you love is struggling, if you have a chronic illness, mental illness, a disability or you would like to better understand what self care means.... The best thing you will have done today is read this analogy written by Christine Miserandino My best friend and I were… Continue reading The spoon theory
The woman who has been to hell and back is not easy to love. Many have tried. Most have failed. The weak need not attempt, for it will take more strength than you even know you possess; more patience, more resilience, more tenacity, more resolve. It requires a relentless love, one that is determined and… Continue reading How to love a woman who has been to hell and back
(This piece has been submitted anonymously) A story that is sadly far too common among us but is not spoken about in concern of embarrassment, shame, doubt, judgment or fear" Below is a story written by a brave women who is ready to share her story to help others. My parents separated when I was… Continue reading A stolen child