Childcare, ‘How to End Sibling Rivalry’

“Ending the Sibling Rivalry: How to Teach Your Children to Get Along” Thrust into a situation of constant time together and expectations of sharing can cause disagreements and arguments between siblings of any age, even if they are normally the best of friends. Parents and nannies alike often witness the clash of personalities and tiffs children have about everything from toys to friends, clothes and even attention. Realizing that sibling disputes are common is helpful, but trudging … [Read more...]

Caregiving Workers burn out, too – Take Action

The Importance of Self-Care for Caregivers and Nannies Working as a caregiver or nanny demands that you spend much of your time caring for other people, and even helping to manage other families’ households. Making sure that your charges and employers are cared for to the best of your ability and that all of your job responsibilities are attended to may not always leave much time to worry about your own needs, but there are a few reasons why it’s very important that you find a way to make … [Read more...]

EnlighenNext, Ground of Being – for 48 hours! – Dec 8-9

Dear Evolutionary Sisters, Elizabeth Debold and I, along with hundreds of women around the world, are on the eve of taking that very deep dive into the Ground of Being - for 48 hours! We are THRILLED to be doing this, together with all of you wherever you are and for however long you will be joining us! Sitting for Sisterhood is a testament to solidarity and also represents our commitment to raising money to help fund EnlightenNext's unique and powerfully transformative programs. … [Read more...]

Thanksgiving, putting back the ‘Thanks’ into this Holiday

In the United States, fall marks a trifecta of holidays that snowball, picking up speed as they carry us,—often chaotically—from October through the New Year. The party starts with the distinctly non-religious (some would say pagan) celebration of Halloween; progresses to the spiritually inclusive embracing of gratitude that is Thanksgiving; and culminates in various religious observances ranging from Christmas to Hanukkah to Kwanza. Sadly, long before we reach Thanksgiving Day, we are already … [Read more...]

Relationships, 10 Common Reasons Why Teen Siblings Fight

If you have teenagers, then you know that there are a lot of ups and downs with raising them. They are pushing the boundaries and getting ready to leave the nest. They are often rebellious and will fight with you and their siblings over the silliest of things. But in a time when you think that your teenagers should be getting closer, why do they still have such big fights? Check out 10 common reasons why teen siblings fight: Inequality: Often sibling fights start because one sibling … [Read more...]

Are YOU Your Own Best Friend, yet? – WOMEN in RECOVERY

When one hears the term “low self-esteem” their minds frequently take them to the extreme images of a woman who walks around with her head held down or the woman with a eating disorder. Our minds rarely go to the well-dressed woman sitting across from us on the subway or the no non-sense businesswoman we see gallivanting around the office. These false assumptions are where our society has failed us in some ways. The truth of the matter is that low self-esteem knows no race, social … [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...]

Women Celebrate Spiritual Motherhood!

   A Celebration of Women Parenting in this modern world is an experience with so many challenges from day one, that as Women Taking Action we must always remember that we ALL are Spirits enjoying a physical experience; not Physical Beings with a Spirit. This task includes recognizing this to be a fact in the lives of our children, as well. By working to maintain our own Spiritual Health, allowing for us to keep open minds and hearts, we just may view our children in a new light.   The … [Read more...]

WOMAN of ACTION – Jane Iwenofu

A Celebration of Women... is honored to share with the Women of Our World another awesome powerhouse, a young author, women empowerment contributor, cause driven Believer that Faith can change the world..... WOMAN of ACTION 'Faith is the assurance of things hoped for; the conviction of things unseen'. Jane Iwenofu Her favourite quote is: "Faith is the assurance of things hoped for; the conviction of things unseen". She is a Supporter of … [Read more...]

Mother's Day: Celebrate Sunday, May 8th with care2 e-cards!!!

Worldwide Celebration Dates on May 8, 2011 Mother’s Day is always the second Sunday in May. care2 has been providing wonderful online cards for years. Did you know that with each card, a charity around the world is supported. Use care2 greeting cards to send your loved ones absolutely wonderful messages. A Celebration of Women supports care2. These Mother's Day cards are absolutely FREE! Enjoy sending love to all the Mothers in your Life. This is the … [Read more...]

Mother's Day @ PLAN : A day to celebrate all she’s given you‏!

This Mother's Day give your mom a gift that's as extraordinary as she is: HOPE For the woman who gave you confidence. For the woman who taught you everything she knew. For the woman who empowered you to be the best person you could be — why not give her a gift that will be felt around the world: hope. Plan's Gifts of Hope are the perfect gift to share how much you love your Mom with children who could use a little extra hope. When you give a Girl's Scholarship, you give one young girl in … [Read more...]

Guatemalan Government: Stop the killing of Women

Amnesty International is calling for the Guatemalan Government to act to stop the killing of women. According to official figures, 685 women were killed in 2010 alone in Guatemala amid a culture of impunity, a legacy of the 1960-96 internal armed conflict which led to hundreds of thousands human rights violations which remain unaccounted for. “Women in Guatemala are dying as a consequence of the State's failure to protect them," said Sebastian Elgueta, Guatemala researcher at Amnesty … [Read more...]

UNRWA – Ensuring Education for girls on WEST BANK

    Ensuring access to education for girls in the West Bank   Wafa'a Shihda is a 13-year-old student at UNRWA's Al-Aqrabania school. The school exemplifies UNRWA's efforts to ensure access to education for Palestine refugees living in the West Bank. Though the school in Al-Aqrabania is co-ed, it has been particularly important for girls living in the village and surrounding area. Social norms mean that girls face more constraints on their freedom of movement. This has been … [Read more...]

cbm: Join us in prayer for forgotten children‏

   HI, A Celebration of Women!You may still be deciding as to whether or not you'd like to sponsor a forgotten child through cbm. If you are, or even if you can't afford to give $30 a month at this time in your life... there's another way you can make a difference in a child's life: You can join us in prayer. God is the source of all of our work. And only He can set children who are trapped by poverty and disability free for life! Please take a moment and join me in praying for … [Read more...]

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