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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

How Do You “Do Good?”

Introducing the “Do Good” project for all you fatherless daughters that do so much good.

Let’s share the good. June 20th-July 20th we want to hear your voices.

Here is how you do it. Fill in this sentence, “I do good by ____________________.

Then tag someone and tell them how they do good.

Let’s raise our vibration and see how all of the kickass daughters in this tribe do good every single day.

Here is mine:

I do good by bringing awareness to the silent epidemic of fatherlessness and showing daughters how to turn their pain into purpose.

Dana Williams Spinola does good by free fabric which gives girls in need a chance to shop for FREE! #dogoodproject

My 10 Mantras for Fatherless Daughters on Father’s Day

Dear Tribe,

Today sucks. I get it.  If you are like me, you have been trying to avoid the pain leading up to this day on the calendar all month. It is the one-day where no matter how much you try to push the pain aside it is everywhere. You miss him. You feel like no-one else could possibly understand your pain. Well…I do.  Read more

Is Fatherlessness Making You Sick? 5 Ways to Take Your Health Back

According to the American Psychological Association, one-third of Americans say they have had an illness they believed was primarily brought on by stress. To narrow it down even more, it has been well documented women are more likely than men to suffer from anxiety and depression. Why is that? Because women process their emotions differently than men by overanalyzing and rehashing negative feelings, which can lead to harmful self-talk and blaming of oneself for circumstances that she may not even have any control over- like the loss of a father. Whereas men don’t want to ruminate their feelings of depression and anxiety, they find ways to “not think about” what is going on in their life choosing to ignore their feelings. They often turn to alcohol, illegal drugs or physical activity to forgo their pain.

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