Should You Keep Him or Get Rid of Him?

Should You Keep Him?

 

I get asked all of the time about relationships. What makes a good one, and what makes a bad one? As a women, your father plays a huge part in who you choose to love and why. If you were raised with a doting father you may have the same expectations in a partner, whereas if you were raised with a father who was emotionally handicapped, or checked out, you may stumble through relationships wondering if they are good enough to stay or bad enough to go?  The facts are, you may not be fully equipped to know. Relationship patterns start to develop in childhood. By adulthood, you are so programmed to continue making the pattern that you sometimes can’t see the pattern for what it is. So, to make it easy on you I decided to share with you my top 10 reasons to stay in a relationship, AND my top 10 reasons to get out of one!
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Meet Trina Winde one of our new fatherless daughter movement mentors!

Fatherless Daughter Movement Mentor

 

We are so pleased to have Trina Winde as part of our mentorship program in the palm state of South Carolina. Trina is a mother, wife, friend and over all “girl power encourager!” She is a powerful empath and fellow fatherless daughter. Her story is one of healing as she and her daughter have both walked the journey of fatherlessness. If you live in Columbia, South Carolina reach out to join her amazing group!

Guess what? I have been invited to be a regular panel host on NBC’s Atlanta & Company “real Talk” panel!

Panel Host for “Real Talk” on Atlanta & Company on NBC

I guess I should call up a few of my teachers from back in the day and tell them my constant talking has finally paid off! I have been invited to be a regular panel host on NBC’s Atlanta & Company’s “Real Talk” segment along with Christine Pullara, Cara Kneer and Hank Denson. Read more

5 Ways Replace Your Bad Vibes with Good Vibes

Good Vibes Only

If you are like everyone else in the world sometimes you have bad vibes that circulate through that pretty little head of yours. When you have suffered major upset or trauma in your life you tend to worry a little more than say someone who has not. Read more

Meet Our New Mentor Colleen Tate

Meet Our New Mentor Colleen Tate

Fatherless Daughters Are Often Empaths

Fatherless Daughters Are Often Empaths

Fatherless daughters are often empaths. Being an empath is when you are affected by other people’s energies, and have an innate ability to intuitively feel and perceive others. Simply put, your life is unconsciously influenced by others’ desires, wishes, thoughts, and moods. Read more

Wine, Real Housewives and Fatherlessness!

Watch my sister-in-law @CityLuxeStyle and I talk all things vino, real housewives and fatherlessness on my You Tube channel #TheDennaBabulShow. We had a blast as usual! https://youtu.be/0T4l0J9jc0c

You Don’t Have to Always Wear the Cape

As women we are expected to be strong. As fatherless daughters, we place the expectation on ourselves to be almost superhuman. We want to be ALL things for ourselves and for others. We do this because we have been let down. Life has shown us that in order to protect ourselves we have to wear the cape.

It can be exhausting and will eventually wear us completely down. The beautiful thing is…you don’t have to do it all. You can let others in. You can ask for help. We have developed a tribe to help us all shelter the pain. We encourage you to learn more about yourself here. Understand the good and the bad. Know your triggers and how to best use them to your advantage. You have the unique ability to turn your pain into power, but it is also okay to take a day off sometime.

 

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Congrats to Our Inaugural Team of Certified Mentors for The Fatherless Daughter Movement

WE DID IT! A huge thanks to these beautiful ladies for becoming the first certified team of mentors for The Fatherless Daughter Movement! They came form as far away as the United Kingdom to take part in our program. Read more

Read the Book: The Fatherless Daughter Project!

I wrote this book because it was the book I needed to read when I was looking for answers on how to get through the journey of fatherlessness. It meets you where you are in your own journey and carries you through all of life’s major milestones. This book will help you turn your PAIN into POWER and show that fatherlessness is not a life sentence. You can use your past to redefine who you want to become. read the fatherless daughter project book