Here’s to you, Girlfriend: Be good to yourself … YOU deserve it.
Author Julie Burton says: “Too many Moms wait for the ‘when.’ I waited for the when. But the when never came. I had to let go of the when and claim the NOW.”
GIRLilla Warfare’s “Teen Expert” Debby Shulman advises parents to start NOW with selfie-awareness: Are you placing TOO much scholastic pressure on your to kid achieve YOUR dream?
Happy Valentine’s Day To Our Fabulous Readers:
‘Wishing you Love, Passion, Romance, Intrigue, Laughter, Restoration, Friendship, Hugs & Kisses, Chocolate and ALL That Is Sweet — Most of all, a day filled with Self-Love.
Yes, Girlfriend, YOU Deserve It xoxo
Much Love Always,
Celebrate The Flaws: Be mindful. Your kids are feeding off your example to determine their OWN self-worth.
Slut-calling begins in Middle School. GIRLilla Warfare’s “Sexpert” E.J. Gordon says ugly names leave painful scars. Teach your children not to slander other kids. Respect for women starts NOW.
Parental Pandering: GIRLilla Warfare’s “Teen Expert” Debby Shulman tells how you can stop indulging your child and instead teach “real life” accountability.
GIRLilla Warfare’s “Sexpert” E.J. Gordon discusses how we CAN keep sex a pleasure and not a chore.
GIRLilla Warfare’s Lisa Barr and Jamie Kanner discuss how to “Combat Mean Moms and Social Engineering” with Good Morning America.
Wishing all of our readers a wonderful holiday filled with LOVE, LAUGHTER, & LIGHT …
Much Love, Holiday Cheer, Hugs & Happiness
Terrorism is on everybody’s mind … especially your kids. Here’s how to answer their questions AND alleviate their fears.
By Lisa Barr, Editor of GIRLilla Warfare
My Readers, My Fabulous band of GIRLilla Writers, My Peeps. And on top of the heap as always — My Family. There is SO much to be thankful for that my plate runneth over.
Love A lot … Laugh A lot — and, as we like to say […]
GIRLilla Warfare’s Editor & Creator Lisa Barr’s award-winning debut novel ‘Fugitive Colors’ makes its Beach Book Splash with a week-long $1.99 Kindle sale. Catch the wave …
College-Bound: I diagnosed myself: It’s called: Mama-Pause: All I do is flashback to all our special moments.