Teaching Manners to Your Kids, 15 Blogs to Help!

A few decades ago, children were expected to be seen and not heard. They were taught to be polite and always exhibit good manners. As the years have passed, however, it seems these values have become less important. Are these ideas old fashioned now?  Not according to these 15 blogs. Using proper manners is a sign of respect, and a way for children to show that they care about other people’s feelings. Kids aren’t born knowing good manners, though. They have to be taught them, usually from a … [Read more...]

Susanne Witte – WOMAN of ACTION™

  A Celebration of Women™ is elated to Celebrate the Life of this soul centered survivor; a woman that have risen above extraordinary circumstance, transformed through horrific tragedy and long-term recovery, is now on a mission and has found her purpose in life. Armed with her personal life experiences, now engages in a life designed to help better the lives of others. Blessed with a history in social work, she is now on a mission to awaken others to the power of thought, using the … [Read more...]

15 Easy Things Parents Can Do To Increase Kid Cooperation

Getting kids to listen is a difficult thing to do, but increasing cooperation from kids can make a more enjoyable home environment for everyone involved. These tips can help you put your kids on a path to cooperation, reducing disputes and hard feelings. Avoid Manipulation – Manipulating your child is never the way to get lasting results. It’ll just teach them the art of manipulation, and it may raise some resentment issues in the future. Instead of manipulating them to get them to … [Read more...]

Rising Above Self in Recovery – Be the Change

Change and Humility "He called a little child and had him stand among them. And he said: "I tell you the truth, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven. Therefore, whoever humbles himself like this child is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven." Matthew 18:2-4 Change The hardest part of recovery is that it requires us to change. We might be intrigued by the idea of recovery. We might be inspired by stories about recovery. We … [Read more...]

Roxanne Williams ~ The Dragon Whisperer – A Pathway to Healing

A Celebration of Women™  asks all the Women of our World to welcome Roxanne Williams, our newest writer, videographer and more ...  This wonderful Power of Example has joined A Celebration of Women™'s team of creative contributors, and we are delighted to have her!!   Video with Heart ~ please enjoy and comment. Please Welcome Roxanne with open arms and a warm, lion heart, ladies.     I Hope For A World With More Love, More Joy, And Laughter    This video was … [Read more...]

WOMEN in RECOVERY – Children

Children are a tremendous blessing to us, but they are also a tremendous responsibility that God has entrusted to us. Are you taking time to 'invest' in the Children that are in Your Life? And if you don't have any children, how about your nieces and nephews? As parents, we have been entrusted to nurture, train, teach and prepare our children for life. During times of illness, even without harm done to the children around us, what has been done is the 'sin' of Omission, for lack of … [Read more...]

Sister Sibling Rivalry: What does a Mother do?

      Sister Rivalry       "What does a Mother do? "    This morning, my work is disturbed by three almost grown women, aged 16, 18 and 20. These quasi 'Women' had exploded into an all out brawl over 'bras and panties'. At the top of their lungs, these three gals are waking the neighbourhood, taking each other's inventory for the last ten years, and all the while I sit, hiding in the shadows, dodging the bullets that so easily could be instantly redirected at guess who? Yes, you got it! … [Read more...]

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