Will REAL-MOM Please Stand Up: Your kids don’t want FRIEND-Mom tagging them in embarrassing photos or dressing like a Forever 21 wannabe. No–they want Mom to act like a parent NOT a bestie.
GIRLilla Warfare’s “Teen Expert” Debby Shulman, joined by her son Jordy, share their personal journey. “My son,” Shulman says, “can NOW have everything that he has always wanted.”
One Year and Counting, Baby …. GIRLilla Warfare is for You, Me … AND The Girl Next Door. We laugh, cry, swear, scream, make up, break up, and come together. GW IS life in Suburbia unplugged …
Don’t miss this honest Indie film about being dumped, and being discovered. It makes you laugh, cry, and cheer on its vulnerable hero (BREAK UP WITH THE BITCH ALREADY … STOP CALLING HER! … YOU DESERVE BETTER!).
One Mom writes about her sister’s efforts to make a difference in helping children diagnosed with Autism and Autism Spectrum Disorders. Here’s how you too can shine the light … and touch lives.
Some daughters RESENT their Overprotective Moms … NOT this young woman: “While most of my friends think I’m crazy for telling my Mom about my hook-ups or hangovers — they’re secretly jealous of our close relationship.”
Love is not a Valentine’s DAY Hallmark Card … it is Valentine’s DAYS — a collection of moments and how we choose to live them.
A short story by GIRLilla Warfare’s editor Lisa Barr … a “treat” for the holidays xoxo
Enjoy a little holiday fiction on the beach, on the slopes, or on your “Stay-cation.”
Cougar “Coach” KarenLee Poter discusses why she PREFERS the company of younger men — and one in particular …
Probably the hardest thing for Moms is to make new friends as Moms … it kind of feels like Junior High all over again.
Wishing all of YOU a Fabulous Thanksgiving … An Editor’s Note of Gratitude
When your family tries to shut you up or IGNORE you — Here are some basic tactics to be Heard, Acknowledged and Seen.
“Stacy’s Mom has DEFINITELY Got it Going On” … But one Dad writes that it is high time to dial it back.
Getting Out There Again? LoveEncore’s KarenLee Poter provides some key Rules of the Road to keep in your (G)Love Department.