New Segment: Friend to Friend on NBC

Friend to Friend

In today’s climate we need our friends more than ever. Why is it that women will go to couple’s therapy to heal an intimate relationship but won’t do the work to heal a friendship? I got to thinking about that question and decided to do something about it. I wrote a show and have started a segment on NBC’s Atlanta & Company to help other women understand their friendship issues better. If you have a friendship question you are seeking advice for email me at Denna@DennaBabul.com

To watch the first segment below:

The Fatherless Daughter Movement Tribe is in full effect

Book signing

My Fatherless Daughter Movement Tribe is the best! Thank you to all of the brave ladies that share their stories and continue to bestow their wisdom on all of us. You girls ROCK!

Campowerment is my new jam!

Camping is my jam!

Camping is my new jam! Campowerment is the beautiful sisterhood I never knew I was missing. We cried. We laughed. We ate. We healed. We learned. We bonded. Such a powerful experience. I never thought  I would say this, but screw the Ritz…I’d rather go to Campowerment.

Denna’s Book of the Month

Denna’s Book of the Month

I stumbled upon this book after watching Steve Job’s comencement speech at Standford. I was looking for inspiration for a leadership course and ended up coming across his daughter, Lisa Brennan-Jobs debut memoir. Coincidenally, it was Lisa, not her father who ended up inspiring me the most. I never tire of hearing stores of women who have turned their pain into power into purpose. This is a revealing read behind the doors of her infamous father’s rise to fame and their difficult father-daughter relationship along the way. Anyone who has hoped for a better realtionship with a parent will relate to her story.

Join me in NYC at the HBO Theatre

Reimagine

NYC Friends,
Join me OCT 29 & 30th in NYC for The Conversation: Stories that Matter as we discuss parent loss.
Losing a parent divides your life story into a Before and After. In The Conversation, people share their personal stories of surviving and using their loss as a springboard for a happy, fulfilled life.
The second annual Conversation: Stories that Matter – parent loss is a single-topic conversation series that highlights personal, honest stories from extraordinary speakers with unique stories to tell about parent loss at any age.
October 30th will feature notable bereavement experts as Hope Edelman, author of Motherless Daughters and Motherless Mothers, Denna Babul, founder of The Fatherless Daughters Project, and Allison Gilbert, journalist and author of Passed and Present. There will be a candid interview with one of the fathers featured in The Group: Seven Widowed Fathers Reimagine Life. Also, a moderated panel discussion will focus on how daughters and sons are defined, shaped, and inspired by a parent’s death. Click here for more information.