Tag Archives: Holidays

Home for the Holidays: How the Homeless and Collegiate Sexually Abused Handle This Time of Year


During the holidays more than any other time of year we are concerned about good tidings and the condition of the homeless who are without gifts. We are not so much concerned with the plight of homelessness, unless that is … Continue reading

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I Have Learned My Soul Purpose


What Have You Learned This Year? is a theme for the month of December. I look for ah-ha moments. HERE is the blog that provides background on the theme, and to learn how you can become a part of this … Continue reading

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Teen Blog Contributor: Words of Wisdom from a Teenage Perspective


Introduction Dae’Jah Cymone is a new Teen Contributor for my blog. She will talk about teen perspectives that can help us parents be more effective guides and leaders. In the spirit of collaboration, I have allowed Dae’Jah Cymone to come … Continue reading

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What I’ve Learned This Year III – MY BDAY/NYE BLOG


This New Year’s Eve think about all that was gained in this year, the knowledge, power and strength from understanding that you acquired through trial and error. How to attract a relationship that inspires the real you is a blog … Continue reading

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Ressurrection’s Birthday Dinner


One thing is for sure, it’s hard to handle the schedules of everyone that you want to be in one place, all at one time. This year, I opted for a party but the plans folded when the venue began … Continue reading

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