Alright Moms- it’s not Mother’s Day and thank goodness Christmas is ten months away, so you might be wondering why I’m discussing ideas for what Moms want. Well, the release of Taraji P. Henson’s new movie, “What Men Want,” got me to thinking. I can’t wait to see the new movie because I enjoyed the…
You can get a front row seat to see Dr. Stephanie in action working with schools and business professionals as she promotes the message of Bloom in a effort to build a better sense of community within businesses, schools and in communities. She does this through guided workshops and ongoing follow-up to make sure each entity is equipped with the tools they need to carry out their mission along with integrating the pillars of Bloom.
My hope is that my thoughts on this topic will spark a healthy and productive dialogue with families as it relates to how we talk about safeguarding our children’s bodies against those who would want to cause them harm.
I’ve been doing more thinking about the concept of gratefulness and how I am teaching my son how to incorporate this practice into his everyday life.
Consider this: Can moms be bullies to other moms when it comes to how we parent? I am not suggesting that mom-bullying happens the same way it does with kids in school; but what about gossip, name-calling, sarcasm, judgement, mom-shaming and just being outright rude and mean?
You know how you want something to work so much so that you can’t think of the alternative because in your mind there is no alternative? Well that was me. I took a little blow from that, applied some duct tape and kept on moving.