Four Tips For Embracing The Way You Look

One challenge to being a woman is that you’re always being judged on your appearance and the way you look. While it’s fun to get dressed up and show off your best features once in a while, it’s unlikely this is your main focus each day when you get up. You want to feel comfortable in your own skin on a daily basis and stop picking on yourself about what you don’t like. What you need are tips for embracing the way you look and getting to a better place mentally, physically and spiritually. … [Read more...]

Early Recovery + Massive Action = Massive Success

  The Spiritual River.com ... wonderful healing philosophy and suggestions! A Must read for all Women in Recovery of Addictions.   The Reward for Creative Recovery Living the creative life in recovery is a reward in itself. It is a way of life that pushes you towards continuous growth, such that you are never stagnate and bored. The idea is to have a balance between enjoying your life and being happy with who you are, but also in analyzing your self and seeking to make continuous … [Read more...]

WOMAN of ACTION – Laura Fortino-Bellabody

A Celebration of Women is pleased to Celebrate the Life of a Woman that Can't Stand Still. ...as she tells us! WOMAN of ACTION Laura Fortino-Bellabody My story is that I have always been a woman of movement. I've never been one to sit back and not do. I feel a need for forward movement in my life. I am the 5th out of 5 girls and I have been through many losses of loved ones; as well as, lost relationships and all of this led me to a life coach who helped open … [Read more...]

CelebrateLove.com shares Ten Commandments of Co-Parenting‏

  Ten Commandments of Co-Parenting Lynn Nelson, Guest Author - 1. Resolve conflicts without putting kids in the middle. This requires being objective about your children’s needs (and not confusing them with your own) and compromising when the situation warrants. Stick with a conflict until it’s resolved; don’t let a problem fester and then punish the other parent passive-aggressively or be difficult in unrelated situations. 2. Treat the other parent … [Read more...]

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