December Book Review: I am Enough: Mark Your Mirror and Change Your Life by Marissa Peer


A quick, easy but profound read, I am Enough: Mark Your Mirror and Change Your Life by Marissa Peer is a book for those who are willing to heal from their childhood emotional wounds and want a simple, very effective solution with dramatic change. Marissa’s book will help you realize what is holding you back … Continue reading December Book Review: I am Enough: Mark Your Mirror and Change Your Life by Marissa Peer

January Book Review: Men Explain Things to Me by Rebecca Solnit (And Join the 2018 Women’s March)


I used to think feminists were insane. I actually thought they were overblown, volatile, and superfluous and – get this, “asking for it.” I thought they hated men. I thought they wanted to destroy men. And, as ignorant as a turnip, I thought feminists were Satanists. (Gulp. Did I actually admit that?) It was what … Continue reading January Book Review: Men Explain Things to Me by Rebecca Solnit (And Join the 2018 Women’s March)

December Book Review: The Choice: Embracing the Possible by Edith Eva Eger


A stunning, powerful, beautifully-written memoir of her life as a Jewish child in Hungary, as a holocaust prisoner at Auschwitz, and the years of recovery thereafter, Edith Eva Eger’s, The Choice: Embrace the Possible, left me speechless. Through her incredible story, Eger shows us how to move from a victim, to a survivor, and then … Continue reading December Book Review: The Choice: Embracing the Possible by Edith Eva Eger

April Book Review: The Will to Change: Men, Masculinity, and Love by bell hooks


An absolutely compelling read, The Will to Change: Men, Masculinity, and Love by bell hooks (she does not capitalize her name) urges us to reclaim feminism for men as the result of patriarchy maintaining its power over their lives. I have to admit that this reading left me in awe. I had not thought of … Continue reading April Book Review: The Will to Change: Men, Masculinity, and Love by bell hooks

I’m One of the Lucky Ones; Me Too, but…


I’ve never been raped. I’m one of the lucky ones. Violence from men towards women is at an alarming, disturbing high. It is extreme because we allow it. We dismiss, trivialize, ignore, and ridicule what happens to women. We laugh when woman talk about it.  We silence their voices. We do not hear their cries, … Continue reading I’m One of the Lucky Ones; Me Too, but…

On The Frightening Realities of Being a Woman in 2017


I stumbled across this blog post and thought I would pass it on because, frankly, what happened to this woman needs to end. Please read with caution. Women experience what you are about to read every day to one extent or another. I, personally, was almost raped twice in my life – once because I jumped into … Continue reading On The Frightening Realities of Being a Woman in 2017