Lately, we have been hearing a bit more in the media about the economic standing of women in the United States. Some of us might have heard that in forty percent of households women are the primary or only breadwinner. And we may have also heard that women make an average of seventy seven cents […]
Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about social class, identity and intimate relationships. My latest novel American Circumstance, explores appearance versus reality; how our lives and relationships look versus how we experience them and the role social class plays in all of this. In the book I tried to provide a backstage view to the […]
Adversity may be inevitable but misery is optional. This goes along with the saying: “Adversity is a great teacher.” You may not learn much from misery. But the burden of misery can become more than you can or are willing to be. Then you rebel.
Reposted from Eating Disorder Law Blog! Challenge # 1: Understanding your policy […]
In last week’s post “Why Voting Matters for Girls…”, I discussed the importance of girls understanding the power of their voice in politics and mentioned that I would compile a list of resources that offer a selection of liberal (“left” or “democrat”), conservative (“right” or “republican”) and non-partisan (“in the middle”) news sources. Like everything […]
As Editor of WATRD, I allowed this post because I have personally taken Maripat’s class and recommend it without reservation. You’ll be amazed the number of elements that tie together your money and self-worth … Enjoy the ride! Robyn Hussa Consider the dandelion. Reviled by many as an insistent, bothersome weed, it nevertheless continues to […]
This Guest Post graciously submitted by the Silva Method team. Check out the article about the law of attraction and how to use daily affirmations to attract success In this world of economic upheaval, it is difficult to understand and keep up to date on all that is happening. Many people find themselves unable to think past their own circumstances […]