Let’s look at the possibility … this is OUR Inauguration to teach life lessons. You go low, we go high. This is real power, real parenting.
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.
Too many kids are “so stressed out” — eating on the run, allergic to everything, “freaking out” from homework overload, and marriages are passing ships from all the ‘Conquer & Divide.’ Moms — It’s time to take our lives back.
Life as we know it has changed. Innocence has taken a backseat to new world realities, and parents must tackle the tough subjects simply, with clarity, love, and real answers.
KNOWING WHAT I KNOW NOW: GIRLilla Warfare’s “Teen Expert” Debby Shulman says, “No matter what you do, the road to EmptyNesterhood remains a bumpy, long and winding ride; NOBODY ever comes out unscathed.”
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?
Celebrate The Flaws: Be mindful. Your kids are feeding off your example to determine their OWN self-worth.
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.
College-Bound: I diagnosed myself: It’s called: Mama-Pause: All I do is flashback to all our special moments.
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 …
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.