No one will deny that we are living in a society that is plagued with an overabundance of information that neither supports our basic understanding of truth nor assists in our need to have proper guidance. Yet in a world that demands our full attention, why is it that we continue to remain blind sighted by all of the “news” ...Read More »
Author Archives: Audra L.
As women, we are constantly bombarded with images that remind us of our desire for immortality, or rather our fight with our inability to have immortality. There are media images and advertisements that continue to remind us that we are aging and that it is truly not a good thing. Having wrinkles, grey hair, or sagging skin are all normal ...Read More »
We have all heard the jokes, complaints, snide remarks, and biased stereotypes that are associated with the Millennial population in America. They are considered to be the most narcissist, lazy, stupid and overrated generation to date, and yet they continue to sit along silently and seemingly accept such harsh and unfair judgment calls upon their existence. Society at large has ...Read More »
On a national average, there are over 100,000 pregnancies yearly to girls between the ages of 10-19. Unfortunately, these numbers continue to rise each year. It seems easier to close our eyes to the reality of teen sexuality, than to deal with the issue head on. Responsibly discussing sex with your teen daughter is not what ultimately makes her have ...Read More »
It’s wise to talk with your teen girl about being responsible, respectful and true to herself the moment you notice that she is interested in the opposite sex. When your teenager is ready to date, do not overwhelm her with the do’s and don’ts of dating at the last minute. Preparing for her first date is a process that starts ...Read More »
Telling your teenager what friends they will or will not hang around is very tempting. How wonderful life would be if we could pick our teen’s friends. Okay, pinch yourself and stop dreaming. Although out of fear you may want to force them to stop hanging with certain friends, you’ll find that in the end, you have only encouraged them ...Read More »
It’s never easy for a parent to deal with a teenager once she’s ready to take on the world. It’s difficult because you want to encourage her independence, but at the same time, you want to make sure she’s protected and ready for such a large responsibility. As an adult who has experienced what the world can toss your way, ...Read More »