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This is a pre-recorded show from last year on this day. The conversation was informative and insightful.... What a wonderful thing it is to be a mother.... Enjoy the day and this conversation ladies... Happy Mother's Day to all of you!!!!
Is motherhood appropriate for every woman?
What advice did your mother give you that you've held on to even up till today?
What a great day to reflect and show gratitude to the women who made a difference in your life...
in Weight Loss
We're celebrating Motherhood this week. What baggage are you carrying related to Motherhood? We'll talk with Mom's who've unloaded the baggage that they were carrying in their souls that showed up in their lives as excess weight, excess clutter and excess pressure! Let's lighten the weight of Motherhood using spiritual principles!
in Self Help
Please join two crazy moms as we navigate parenting through different stages of motherhood. With one of us parenting a tween and two toddlers, while the other is parenting adults and enjoying a new empty nest. We will be tackiling everything from babies to adults and all the crazy in between. Let us share tips, tricks and advice on what has worked and what we are currently trying, to get through this crazy life as mommies with our sanity in tact.
How do you balance family and work?
How do you keep some sort of social life?
Do you feel alone?
Mommies need quiet time!
Have you traded slacks for yoga pants and heels for Uggs?
Are you sick of hearing the word MOM?
Come, welcome to your safe zone. You are amongst friends and fellow crazy mommies here.
Please join us this Tuesday evening as we talk about the huge importance of having friends(girlfriends). Every mama needs that handful of ladies she can call in jiffy to talk to, cry to, get quick advice from, a much needed pep talk, a pat on the back, or the last ingredient to that recipe you both love. Your best girlfriends are your friends, your sisters, your therapists, your sounding boards, your sources of the best advice, your biggest advocate (next to your spouse), your cheerleaders, your confirmation of not being crazy and your greatest sources of laughter and validation. Now, we love our children and spouses more than anything in the world, but we also need, as mama's, to also remember we are also just girls. Having a little girl time every once in a while, child and hubby free is much needed. You can have a funfilled Girls Night Out or you can have a cozy relaxing Mama's Night In....both equally enjoyable and just what the doctor ordered for mama's sanity;)
Although there are many common truths and shared experiences in addiction and recovery, family dynamics may differ from person to person. When it comes to motherhood, there is no magic formula or handbook for anything including talking to our kids about recovery. What we can do is share our experiences and perspectives with one another, and be willing to thoughtfully consider the best fit for our family. This episode explores a variety of positions, from being completely open to selectively shielding our children from our experiences, and why those choices make sense.
Join Dr. Cheryl Cottle and guest on Thursday 8th May where she will continue broadcasting the segment on Combining Motherhood and Entrepreneurship. Wednesday's show talked about the role of passion in our business to foster love, enthusaiam, commitment and dedication; energies which are manifested by passion. We also spoke about it's ability to give you drive and incentive to overcome all things that may look insurmountable. It is what makes you "unstoppable'.Women entrepreneurs seem to have these gift when they pursue entrepreneurship.
Most of women entrepreneurs have the passion and the drive to make their business venture into a striving business entity. Today, Dr. Cottle will continue the educational broadcast on Women Entrepreneurship and Motherhood making it a true reflection of women-teaching-women; a sharing of our shared knowledge with the intent to motivate, inspire and educate. Rosalie Boscoe and Melissa Ward will be joining me to share their experiences.
MiRan Powell is an actress in the Washington DC area where she has performed such roles as Agave in The Bacchae at The Washington Shakespeare Company Avant Bard; Miss Saeki in Kafka On The Shore at Spooky Action Theater, and Helen Sutherland in The Pitmen Painters at 1st Stage. Before taking a hiatus to devote herself full-time to motherhood, she also performed Hideko in the world premiere of John Belluso’s Gretty Good Time at The Kennedy Center and originated the role of Mina in the world premiere of controversial playwright and director Neil LaBute’s adaptation of Dracula.
MiRan attended Smith College, served a mission for her church in Pusan, Korea, and completed her degree in Theatre Arts at Brigham Young University. She currently resides with her family in Leesburg, VA.
in Self Help
What is it about motherhood that causes you to abandon any semblance of spiritual lfe? When you are surrounded by the happy chaos of children, how do you spend quiet time with God?
Listen in as author Julia Roller offers practical advice from her new book, Mom Seeks God: Seeking Grace in the Chaos.
Learn how to address life changes with grace, patience and prayer. Listeners will learn that motherhood itself is a spiritual discipline and may be God's most effective technique for forming a more faith-filled life.
THE WOMEN OF SISTAH CHAT WISH MOTHERS EVERYWHERE A VERY HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY... Being a mother...it’s one of the most amazing and fulfilling Xperiences in the world, right? It’s the job that keeps on giving – even though some of the gifts, like 3 A.M. feedings and poopie-latent wake-up calls, may be a little more than you Xpected. And there is hardly a mother alive who would trade in her kids (most of the time) or her blessings as a mother for all the money in the China. (And that is A LOT of money!) But still, as with any job, there are pros and cons to everything and being a mom is no Xception. The pros and cons of being a mother are often the same thing. For instance, one pro is never being alone! You always have someone to talk to. And yet, never being alone and always having someone to talk to (especially when they are under 4 feet tall) is also a con. This is a perfect Xample of a double-edged sword. On this Mother's Day, the women of SISTAH CHAT...who are all mothers, will lighten our hearts, count our blessings, and realistically share the pros and cons of being a mother.
Did you lose any friends when you got married or became a mother? Whether those friends were single, not mothers, or just like you, don't you wonder what you each could have done to keep the friendship fire burning? Listen in on this episode as we share some ideas from real life experience for keeping in touch and nurturing your friendships. Patience and love are key. Forgiving and understanding hearts are essential.
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On this episode of the ::ANSWERS:: show, join us as we look to find ::ANSWERS:: to the question of whether single motherhood is over celebrated. We will discuss why some single mothers wear their single motherhood as a badge of honor.
We will also discuss comments made by New York Times columnist David Brooks who has a problem with single mothers blaming them for their own poverty. He goes on to say...
"There is a very strong correlation between single motherhood and low social mobility. There is a very strong correlation between high school dropout rates and low mobility. There is a strong correlation between the fraying of social fabric and low economic mobility. There is a strong correlation between de-industrialization and low social mobility. It is also true that many men, especially young men, are engaging in behaviors that damage their long-term earning prospects; much more than comparable women.
Low income is the outcome of these interrelated problems, but it is not the problem. To say it is the problem is to confuse cause and effect. To say it is the problem is to give yourself a pass from exploring the complex and morally fraught social and cultural roots of the problem. It is to give yourself permission to ignore the parts that are uncomfortable to talk about but that are really the inescapable core of the thing."
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