Mother Archetype

Explore the Too-Good Mother Archetype Exploring our inner self take courage and tenacity to stay the course. Looking inward is an important tool for creating sustainable change in our life and in our families. Sometimes asking questions can start a whole new wave of truth that we wouldn’t have noticed had we not taken the…

Lois & Family

9 Affirmations for You & Your Kids Lois Shannon’s introduction to affirmations: 9 Affirmations you can sing along to: 1. I have made my happiness dependent on me and me only. 2. Because I cannot control conditions, I control myself beautifully, effortlessly, and successfully thought by thought. 3. I am free of all addictions to…

Perfect Storm

Weathering my Perfect Storm I used to run from difficult and harsh weather. I loved nothing more than a sunny day with blue skies. I ran away from home when I was five years old because I never knew when the next storm would hit. My family was like its own weather system, full or hurricanes,…

bethanywebsterpost

About Bethany Bethany Webster does profound work around healing the mother wound. The mother wound is the pain of being a woman passed down through generations of women in patriarchal cultures. And it includes the dysfunctional coping mechanisms that are used to process that pain. Connecting with your Divine Self Meditation free giveaway What is the Mother…

lois&daughter

I Have A Dream for my Daughter There was a time when women once had dreams of freedom. We dreamed that we would have the right to vote, and our voices would be heard. We dreamed of becoming leaders in our communities, so that we could make a difference. We dreamed of having a choice about our bodies, and when we…

mom-kid

When I was eleven, my teacher moved my desk into the hallway. I was too fidgety and too loud to remain in the classroom. I was an active child. Every day after school, I ran to the diamond to play softball. Then changed in the car to go to swim practice. Then changed again before…

mother

I visited the Gold Hill, Colorado museum yesterday and a 65-year-old man came in with his 87-year-old mother who was visiting from Arizona. Both were in phenomenal physical condition. You’d have to be in order to be hiking around up here at 9K ft! They kindly introduced themselves to me. The woman was petite with…

pregnant

Finding True Love in Motherhood Living life as a statistic was not easy. I was faced with difficult choices at a young age and societal pressure wasn’t on my side. Throughout high school I was so proud and happy to have a serious boyfriend.  He was my first true love. Our families did not approve of our love: think…

shoes

I Almost Forgot to Be a Mom When I finally felt grown up enough to become a mom I was 44 years old and still single. I’d spent my youth chasing my dream to be famous and even though I’d had countless adventures and a few brushes with fame the price I paid was putting off…

selfcare

Self Care as the Way to Truly Care for Others I don’t know about you, but for me the word nurturing has not been a huge part of my vocabulary. That is, until I became involved with The Woman’s Network. After listening to Lois’ vision about how we nurture each other by coming together and…

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