All Blog Posts Tagged 'empowerment' (10)

The Day I Discovered My Husband's Side Chick

The day I discovered my husband’s side chick, I cried.  I’ve  known my husband for quite some time.  We met when I was 15 and 16, just right outside of our homes.  From the moment of that first hello, I couldn’t help but to feel butterflies.  After we parted ways, I went to Howard University and he went to  San Jose State University,I never really imagined that I would see him again.  Needless to say life is funny.  After 8 years  we finally reconnected and I felt like that little…


Added by Tia Michelle McKinney Boyer on January 21, 2015 at 5:42pm — No Comments

Who Owns Who? Thoughts on Grand Rapids

I just stumbled across a link to the destined-to-be-viral Grand Rapids LipDub of Don McLean's American Pie.(An article about why 3,000+ people came out to make this video, here.)

Anyhow, I'm not moved to watch YouTube videos and clips…


Added by Jeanine Ertl on May 29, 2011 at 1:00am — No Comments

Raising our Girls


Added by Shanae Miller on November 15, 2010 at 5:05am — No Comments

Sticks, Stones, and Blogger's Bones

Since I began blogging last March, I have received varied responses regarding my posts. While most agree with what I have to say about feminism and the way women and young girls are overtly sexualized, thus diminishing their power in society, some people, men and women alike, either dismiss or vehemently disagree with my assertions. I…


Added by Marina DelVecchio on November 8, 2010 at 11:07am — No Comments

Palin vs. Palin: Messages Girls Receive

Have you noticed the different treatment Bristol Palin receives from the media compared to her mother, Sarah Palin? Read my post on http://marinagraphy.com to see how media perceptions of these two women affect the messages our daughters receive. It is not a political post...it's a womanhood post.

Share me with your friends if you like and let me know you dropped by with your blog's link. I will visit back. Thanks

Added by Marina DelVecchio on October 4, 2010 at 10:34am — No Comments

Claiming Space, Without Apology

Claiming Space, Without Apology by Maura Alia Badji

Staceyann Chin claims space without apology.

When author/poet/performance artist Staceyann Chin posed a couple questions on her…


Added by Maura Alia Badji on July 16, 2010 at 7:04am — No Comments

Facebook Friends

Although I began writing my latest blog on the follies with which people use Facebook and they way some of them are vindictive towards one another, my writing took a different turn, focusing more on the childhood friends I was lucky to have found and reconnected with because of Facebook.

A fellow mom-blogger, I know how busy you all are, but I would love it if you visited my site and read some of my work. I focus a lot of my writing on empowering women and the multi-faceted…

Added by Marina DelVecchio on June 7, 2010 at 3:06pm — No Comments

So I say.....

I'm coming out of the storm and some days it feels that way. Today, in my world it is pummeling me with rain and hail (the kind that hurts when it hits you). I know this is temporary and the result of all of the pain and hard times is fantastic. I know I will get through and come out the other side an empowered, strong person who is no longer compromising her ideals, but right now...it just plain hurts and I feel like curling up in a ball for awhile. Here's the think... I WON'T! I'm NOT…


Added by Ellen on June 16, 2009 at 7:30pm — No Comments

Stop the Complaining!

As a Life Coach for mothers I work with a lot of wonderful clients and my ideal clients are mothers who are "ready" to empower themselves and create positive changes in their lives. These women are ready to live their dreams, walk the talk, take responsibility for their actions and lives and achieve the goals they are setting for themselves.

One thing my ideal clients don't do is complain!

They don't complain about their marriage, they work on it and invest in it.

They don't… Continue

Added by Michelle Teyke on May 19, 2009 at 4:58pm — No Comments

Fridge Door Gallery Spotlights ADHD Families and their Accomplishments

The Fridge Door Gallery celebrates families who defeat overwhelming obstacles to achieve. Living with ADHD, children and their parents’ self-esteem can take a beating- we struggle to do things the traditional way. Sometimes that puts our kids and us on the outside of what is “normal” among our friends and aquaintances in the neighborhood or school.

The Fridge Door Gallery provides a place for parents and kids to brag about their accomplishments- because we understand how hard kids… Continue

Added by Candace McLane on January 28, 2009 at 10:59am — No Comments

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