Category: Women’s empowerment

Colleen’s Weekly #Tanka Tuesday #Poetry Challenge No. 104, Happy October – “Poets Choice of Words” | Colleen Chesebro ~ The Fairy Whisperer

No longer silent

  Colleen Chesebro’s weekly poetry challenge for first of the month allows us to choose our own two words to include synonyms for in any one form of poetry styles. I have chosen the words Hidden and Scared to include synonyms for in my tanka. I wrote this tanka so I could include it in my […]

#MeToo – The Right to be Heard on Sexual Abuse

#MeToo

    The #MeToo movement is loud and clear and making a difference. How many centuries and decades had to pass before women who fought for their power and finally began to own their right to speak out against sexual harassment and abuse became heard?   We know the history of women’s rights so that […]

Smorgasbord Short Stories – Flights of Fancy – Getting Away with Murder by Sally Cronin | Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life

Reblog Share

  Today I’m sharing an empowering post by Sally Cronin of the Smorgasbord Invitation. Sally has published several books and many of them are themed with short stories.  Sally has generously shared one of these short stories today from her book -Flights of Fancy. This story reflects on decisions we make in life when it […]

Memoir Bytes: – The 10 Red Flags I Didn’t Pay Attention To – Domestic Abuse

Vision perception - Memoirs

  “Oh c’mon Deb, you never give a guy a chance,” my bestie Bri lectured on. “You have too many stipulations about dating before you let anyone into your life.”   I was managing an office for a PR firm when I met ‘him’. He’d drop by once a week to pick up work as […]

D.G. Kaye on Growing Self-Esteem | ADD . . . and-so-much-more

Blog sharing

  I was honored to be invited over to ADD Coach and Mentor, Madelyn Griffith-Haynie’s blog to talk about growing a self-esteem and to share an excerpt of my book, Words We Carry.   Working through the past to live powerfully in the present Guest Blogger:  © Debby Gies (author D.G. Kaye) ©Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, ACT, […]

Join us this Friday on #Facebook for Author Against #Domestic #Violence

Breaking the Silence Facebook Event

Authors Against Domestic Violence   This Friday, October 6th at 2pm EST, myself along with fellow author Luna Saint Claire and Divorce Coach and blogger Heather Debreceni will be hosting an hour with chat, questions, answers and giveaways in the ‘Authors Against Domestic Violence’ Facebook Event.   The event will run all day with different […]

Sunday Book Review – Words We Carry – Essays of Obsession and Self-Esteem/D.G. Kaye

Book reviews by D.G. Kaye

  Last week I ran a book promotion on my book, Words We Carry. I found out that author, Luna Saint Claire had not only taken advantage of the free copy I offered for download, but read it quickly and posted an inspirational review within the same week.  Thank you Luna for taking in the heart […]

Guest Author with a New Book – Lynette Davis – Even Rain is Just Water – Memoir

New book feature

  Today I’m delighted to feature fellow memoir writer and friend, Lynette Davis here with her debut book, her memoir, Even Rain is Just Water – A Memoir of redemption, rejection and revelation.  I endorsed Lynette’s book and I can tell you that it is a heart-wrenching read. Lynette’s story about growing up with an emotionally […]

#Kindness Rocks Project – #WATWB – How it Began – How to Participate

Kindness Rocks!

  Kindness Rocks Project    Every last Friday of the month, #WATWB (We are the world Blogfest) community posts an article they’ve found inspiring in the news and share it with the tag #WATWB on social media. The purpose is to focus on kindness and inspirational events that happen around the world to overshadow some […]

The Other Inconspicuous Form of Bullying – Emotional Bullying

    We’ve all heard stories about bullying, It happens in homes, schools, and on the internet. But what about a form of bullying in our every day lives we may be experiencing ? Often these symptoms aren’t recognized or more often, not even considered a form of bullying.   This often deceptive hidden form […]

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