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6 Gender Stereotypes Around the World

  It's easy to think that some behaviors are just inherently male or female. Boys like to play with trucks. Girls like to play with dolls. Men propose marriage, women take their husband's last…

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7 Self-Protection Tips for Women

Even the most confident and fearless woman occasionally experiences a moment that makes her genuinely fearful. Perhaps it happens as she’s walking home alone—she sees a shadow moving too quickly, a …

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7 Things To Keep You Afloat In The Wave Pool Of Life

Lately, every time I think about my life I see a wave pool (in my mind). It's a strange new metaphor that rocked my world a little because usually the images I receive are earthy--gardens, tornadoes, …

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Can Women Have it All – Really?

Recently, I had a fascinating conversation about the concept that women can have it all. Ever since the women's movement of the 1970s, we have been told that we can have both professional fulfillment …

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Female and Minority Farmers Demand Equality

Earlier this year, the USDA updated the process by which female and Hispanic farmers may file discrimination claims. This was largely a response to a number of claims over the last decade filed by far…

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Are You Rocking The Red Tent?

"What's your problem? You on the rag?" I was in seventh grade the first time a boy dismissed reality by saying that I was having a fit of hormone-driven hysteria. He was teasing a classmate and bei…

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What is Food Culture? Two Women’s Nourishing Definition

When you think about nourishment, what comes to mind? For Jocelyn Jackson and Keri Keifer, co-founders of Grace Hearth, an organic catering business in Oakland, California, nourishment is everything f…

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The Life Cycle Of A Visionary

When I first met women’s financial guru Barbara Stanny, author of Overcoming Underearning and Secrets of Six-Figure Women, she was in the process of researching her next book Sacred Success. As part o…

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Sister Giant: Gabrielle Bernstein Interviews Marianne Williamson

I speak and write often about my love for Marianne Williamson, who has been offering up incredible wisdom and guidance for decades. One of the qualities I most respect and admire in Marianne is her…

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Where the Silence Once Lived (Poem)

Once, our hearts were broken and we've carried those wounds inside us for many, many moons. When those old emotions rise up and threaten to carry us away, it is tempting to fight, or disconnect, or…

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I can't believe that I crave all of this when I'm down. .

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