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Is This Bullying?

By Sarah Webb |

Sometimes as parents we are quick using the word “bully” when are children are having negative situations with other children.  The difference between being mean and bullying is the consistency. As children develop they all say or do things that are not nice to friends as part of developing boundaries and testing friendships.  Your child…

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Meet Marsha Clark: Breakout Speaker at #NoMeanGirls Conference

Meet Marsha Clark who will be hosting the breakout session “Invisible Rules in the Workplace” at the #NoMeanGirls Conference October 6-8, 2017. Marsha Clark is an executive coach and independent consultant who founded her own company in 2000. Workshops offered through Marsha Clark & Associates include topics  such as: Building and sustaining trust Interpersonal relationships…

By Jill Russell |
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Mica May Keynote Speaker at #NoMeanGirls

Mica May is the Founder of May Designs, and is the Keynote Speaker for the #NoMeanGirls Conference on Friday, October 6, 2017 The May Books brand was born from designer Mica May, a self-proclaimed font freak and a gal a little crazy about Pantone colors. About a year after college, she launched a boutique graphic…

By Jill Russell |
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Meet Shannon Thomas: Breakout Speaker at #NoMeanGirls Conference

The spectacular Shannon Thomas will lead the Breakout Session, “When Mean Girls Grow Up and Join the PTA: Healing from Hidden Abuse” at the #NoMeanGirls Conference October 6-8, 2017 in Dallas, Texas. Learn more and register at www.nomeangirls.com. Shannon Thomas is the owner and lead therapist of Southlake Christian Counseling (SCC) where it is her…

By Jill Russell |
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Moving from Offense to Compassion

I watched as the girls whispered and giggled behind their hands, casting glances towards Victoria who sat alone on the other side of the gym. I felt uncomfortable. Not liking to be left out, myself, I certainly didn’t like making others feel left out. It was a silly thing, the kind of silliness you’d find in…

By Heather Harbaugh |
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How To Support Another Woman

“I just don’t like working with women. They are so catty. I’d prefer to work with men and when I look around, all of my friends are men too.” she said to me over coffee. “I used to feel that way.” I responded. “Then I realized that the women I didn’t like were more like…

By Elizabeth Lions |
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Dear President Elect Trump: Respect for Women

Dear President Elect Trump, Congratulations on your victory and know that I am praying for you and all our leaders on both sides.   I pray that America will be great and recognized as a leader in our world as one that is respected. I know you have apologized for your comments regarding women, but…

By Sarah Webb |
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Women: Goodbye Green Monster

Every once in a while you get a privilege in life. It happens with such obvious force, that you know immediately when you recognize a woman that isn’t a mean girl. It’s her behavior that inspires you to be a better person. Carolyn was my grand opportunity as well as my grand situation that popped…

By Elizabeth Lions |
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Empowering Women Across Generations

Above photo left to right: Nariana Sands, Alicia Morgan, Nicole Brandon, Olivia Asenime, SMU Student. There is much discussion about connecting with millennials and the willingness of women to listen and empower each other across generations. I have had the opportunity of working with some extraordinary millennials. Last year, I had the pleasure of speaking…

By Alicia Morgan |