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.
High School Graduating Senior Marisa Houser gives words of wisdom to those confronting high school drama and striving to be true to themselves. Take Notes, Mom — and pass it on.
GIRLilla Warfare’s “Teen Expert” Debby Shulman says it’s time to go Old School in order to combat campus rape and sexual assault. Safety resides in The Sisterhood. Bring It On.
In our Bible — EVERY DAY is Mother’s Day …
GIRLilla Warfare’s “Beauty Babe” Arden Edelcup tells why she has had a decades-long Girl Crush. Here, 50 meets 50.
COMPETITIVE MOMS ALERT: GIRLilla Warfare’s “Teen Expert” Debby Shulman says: YES, we have the freedom to covet, condemn, and criticize — but at what cost to our kids? Here’s how YOU can change the game.
SPRING FLING: Four Un-putdownable Beach Reads guaranteed to keep you up at night: Love, Lust, Passion, Deception, Romance … and Revenge.
Author Judith Matz discusses the powerful impact on your daughter’s body image when you say: “I Feel Fat.” Here are 10 ways to CHANGE the conversation …
Sun, Slopes, & Stay-cation: A hot read for your Spring Break entertainment about a Hollywood actress living a lie, until one man exposes her truth … by GIRLilla Warfare’s editor & creator Lisa Barr
TRADING PLACES: GIRLilla Warfare’s “Teen Expert” Debby Shulman says: “So, if I woke up as my daughter and she woke up as me … what would happen?
GIRLilla Warfare’s “Sexpert” E.J. Gordon says: Nothing is more unattractive in a spouse than when you feel he is working AGAINST you. Here’s how NOT to let resentment steal that fire.
During Jessica’s freshman year of college, she was sexually assaulted by a group of young men whom she knew. Here, she tells her story and provides parents with insight and advice.