Welcome back to our series. I am so glad you are here!
Friends, when I began learning about p*rnography, I was overwhelmed with some statistics:
Welcome to our fifth post in this series!
In our last conversation, we discussed beliefs and how they help us make sense of life.
Those beliefs are formed by what we see and experience in our daily lives. We operate in this nice, happy bubble, sealed in by what we KNOW to be true.
Welcome to our fourth post in this series! If you missed the beginning, here is a link to the Introduction.
In our last post, we focused on the fact that us mothers, equipped with a crazy fantastic natural ability to protect our young, cannot protect them if we are unaware of a threat.
P*rnography consumption (and all of the issues stemming from it) is probably one of if not the biggest problem facing our society today.
Welcome back to our blog series on Raising Strong Children in Today's World!
What we have established so far:
We are good mothers. We want to raise strong children in this world. “Strong” means that we want them to be responsible, faith-filled, honest and hard-working. We’d like for them to be happy. Well-adjusted.
We have also discussed that we, as mothers, have a fierce protective instinct inside of us. Don’t mess with our cubs.
Welcome to our 7-Part Blog Series on Raising Strong Children in Today's World. My name is Lori Doerneman and I am glad you are here!
If you did not read/hear our introduction, please start there!
I love mothers. I truly love who we are, collectively. We have a lot of similar characteristics as to what makes us The Mother.
Today I’d like to discuss one trait in particular and I want to showcase how it has already served you (and your child) quite well already. Then I want to take it a step further and help you stir that trait up even more so you can be even more effective in helping your child be strong in this world.
Welcome to our new blog series, "Raising Strong Children in Today’s World."
For those of you that do not know me, my name is Lori Doerneman. I have been married for over 30 years to my college sweetheart, Russ. We have 8 children (four still living at home) and we live in south central Kansas.
I love my life. I love love love it. I love our rich Catholic faith. I love my husband. I have some strengths and plenty of weaknesses but overall, I think I have a pretty good heart. I love people and love parties and I love being a mom.
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