Do you ever feel like you’re not beautiful enough, and at the same time afraid to let your beauty shine? Kara Klein considers how many of us are afraid of not being enough, but deep down, are equally afraid of truly being seen and noticed.
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Browsing: Self Esteem
Ron Baker of the undefeated Wichita State Shockers had the confidence to do what many mom business owners won’t. Here’s how mompreneurs can learn from Baker.
The Catholic Church does not ask you to set aside your female organs to be a success. She embraces the fruitfulness of women and supports you in igniting your “feminine genius” without sacrificing what makes you whole and feminine.