Mom, 10 Life Lessons to Teach Your Son!

Teaching children valuable life lessons and instilling the values and morals that will shape the adults they become is arguably the biggest and most important responsibility that mothers are tasked with. After all, your adorable son with his toddler lisp and wide eyes will eventually grow into a man who has to navigate the world on his own. His perceptions of women and the relationships he has with them will have a foundation in the relationship he has with you.   These are ten … [Read more...]

Karen McCrimmon – WOMAN of ACTION™

  A Celebration of Women™   is elated to Celebrate the Life of one our world's women leaders, a woman that has devoted her whole life to service. This powerhouse has risen in the Canadian Armed Forces to top leadership, traveled the world from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, in efforts to bring peace and safety to those that she journeyed with. As one of our world's peace keepers, this Canadian woman leader says to the world: "Canada is a big hearted, open minded, generous and courageous … [Read more...]

Strength is from within…after divorce – WOMEN in RECOVERY

  Strength is from within...after divorce   If you are recently divorced, you are facing many challenges, even if the divorce was your idea. You have the financial adjustment, adjustment to single parenting, possible conflicts with your former spouse, helping your children adjust to the visitation schedule, and the list goes on. If you are not a religious person, what source of strength do you draw from during those challenges? The answer may be something you have not considered … [Read more...]

How to Stop Siblings From Fighting

How to Stop Siblings From Fighting Sibling fighting, while inevitable, can turn your household into what feels like a war zone. Your children bickering, teasing, poking, and all around annoying each other can seem like an endless stress cycle. There are, however, some ways that you can lessen sibling fighting and create a more peaceful, cooperative environment. Set strong, clear boundaries for acceptable behavior and stick to them. Sibling fighting is one of those challenging behaviors that … [Read more...]

Chloe JonPaul – WOMAN of ACTION™

A Celebration of Women™  is elated to Celebrate the Life of this power of example of rising above being a victim; and is here now to help the Women of our World to develop that 'knowing' of What Life is Really All About! WOMAN of ACTION™    Chloe JonPaul My name is Chloe JonPaul and I’m from Bowie, Maryland which is in the Washington, D.C. metro area. I recently celebrated my 75th birthday and I’m having the best time of my life! I was a teacher for 35 years, having … [Read more...]

WOMAN of ACTION™ – Charmaine Hammond

A Celebration of Women™ is elated to Celebrate the Life of yet another Amazing Woman. She lives by the Voice in her head, that one saying: " Be Yourself because Everbody Else is Taken." WOMAN of ACTION™ Charmaine Hammond Beginning her career as a Correctional Officer in adult and young offender facilities she later pursued her interest in conflict management, obtaining a Masters Degree in Conflict Analysis & Management and was a Chartered Mediator for 10 … [Read more...]

Marriage in the New Millenium – WOMEN in RECOVERY

Marriage in the New Millenium     The Millennial Generation in the U.S., the first generation to come of age in the new millennium, values parenthood and marriage “far above career and financial success,” according to a Feb. 24 report on a 2010 Pew Research Center survey. However, the Millennials are not “rushing to the altar” to get married, the Pew Center said. Titled “Millennials: Generation Next,” the report profiles the roughly 50 million members of this … [Read more...]

National Peacekeepers Day ~ August 9, 2011

    Prime Minister of Canada on National Peacekeepers’ Day August 9, 2011 Ottawa, Ontario Prime Minister Stephen Harper today issued the following statement to mark National Peacekeepers’ Day: “For over 60 years, Canada has sent her sons and daughters around the world to promote values we hold so dear: peace, democracy, human rights, and the rule of law. Today, we salute Canada’s peacekeepers, who have always been willing to step forward to serve our country … [Read more...]

UNIFEM – Women Count for Peace: The 2010 Open Days now available….

  Women Count for Peace:  The 2010 Open Days on Women, Peace and Security     At the heart of landmark UN Security Council resolution 1325 on women, peace and security (2000) are commitments to enable women’s contributions to all stages of peacebuilding, peacemaking, peacekeeping and conflict prevention. On the 10th anniversary of resolution 1325, the UN organized Open Days on Women, Peace and Security in conflict-affected areas. These extraordinary meetings were designed to enable direct … [Read more...]

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