Learn How to Be a Supporter, Not an Enabler

There is a huge difference between being a supporter and an enabler. To support someone through a difficult situation is to provide resources which help them cope and recover. Enabling is merely allowing or creating the conditions for a sufferer to behave destructively without improvement. These two ideas are worlds apart. However, in the realContinue Reading …

A Network for happy Motherhood

Many years ago when I had my first child, I felt alone. Then, there was no internet and being much younger than most moms, I had issues connecting and relating. Then as time progressed and I had more children, I widened my circle and found moms who were like me. Moms who had felt aloneContinue Reading …

#RBCkids Pledge to Kids and Youth, Supporting Youth in the Community

I do not talk a lot about my teens on my blog. I try to respect their privacy as much as possible. But sometimes being a mom I want to shout from the roof tops and let the world know of their accomplishments and successes. My oldest son is a nationally recognized athlete. He isContinue Reading …