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Sophia Amoruso

 

What a delight to meet Sophia Amoruso this weekend in LA. She is the epitome of a survivor! We are also twining in the name game. Her mother’s name is Denna and my daughter’s name is Sophia. Must be cosmic.

I never tire if seeing women on the top of their game. She created NastyGal out of an Ebay store, dealt with bankruptcy, went through a divorce only to create something even more powerful in Girlboss.

She is a walking reminder that there is more than one BIG thing in our lives. When you fall down you get back up. When you belive in yourself you can create anything. She is pure power.

Chrissy Metz is my new #WCW

I already obcessed with the show This is Us like every other sane person in the world write now. However, I am now crushing hard on @ChrissyMetz after reading an excerpt in @People about her. Not only did she have to overcome a lot of childhood obstacles, but she also had to learn how to deal with the journey of fatherlessness while simultaneously enduring them all. She says, “hurt people hurt people” when discussing her feeling towards her stepfather in her bew book, “This Is Me.”

Her book is a MUST read for anyone who has suffered pain and learned how to turn it into power! Yasssssss girl!

Add #SameTribe to your social media platforms if you want to bring awareness to fatherlessness

#SAME TRIBE

1 in 3 women have been the victim of sexual assault or harassment.

1 in 3 women are fatherless.

Although the 2 are not mutually exclusive the silence can be. In our society, women are taught to be ashamed of things that happen TO them. In the sometimes brainwashed mentality of our society we often blame the victim first. I believe this has a lot to do with why, we as fatherless daughters, tend to keep our emotions of loss, shame and guilt to ourselves when it comes to fatherlessness. We don’t want to bring attention to a) our fathers and b) our loss or abandonment. The reasons are twofold. Read more

Do You Want To Be A Fatherless Daughter Movement Mentor?

Are you a fatherless daughter, or do you love someone who is fatherless? If so, you may be the perfect mentor. Picture your favorite small group/book club with the topic being all things fatherless. You don’t need to be a therapist..you just need to be someone who has been greatly affected by fatherlessness and feel lead to help. Read more

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!

Do You Want to be a Fatherless Daughter Mentor?

I am at it AGAIN! We are ready for more mentors to join The Fatherless Daughter Movement Mentorship Program. We will have 2 ways moving forward for you to become a mentor: 1) Join us on Saturday, February 10th, 2017 in Atlanta for our next workshop or 2) You can purchase the LIVE program on line. 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