In this article, Alexa offers amazing insight & resources to fellow parents struggling with how to talk to their children about loss & tragedy.
Kathy shares her experience of multiple miscarriages, struggles, but an ultimately happy ending! Read her article here…
Read Kathryn’s article to find out how they choose to stay positive even after her daughter was diagnosed with SPD
Alexa offers great advice about how to help a friend struggling with loss. She evens breaks down practical steps by month in this article…
Read Karissa’s article about how looking for the good can help you cope with a bad situation
It can be so hard to know what to do for a friend who is struggling, but Shari talks about a few, helpful ideas in this video.
Read Karissa’s article to find out how she is learning to navigate through tough times
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Featured Contributor: Alexa Bigwarfe
Alexa Bigwarfe is a mother to 3 wildlings, author, publisher, writer-entrepreneur, and podcaster. Her writing career began after her infant daughter passed away at 2 days old. She has written and/or edited and self-published numerous books of her own and for other authors through her hybrid publishing company, Kat Biggie Press. She also helps other writers and small businesses with their books through her company Write.Publish.Sell.
Kathy Radigan is a writer, blogger, social media addict, mom to three, wife to one and owner of a possessed appliance. She posts a weekly essay each Sunday on her blog, My Dishwasher’s Possessed! She is a regular contributor to HuffPost, and her work has been featured on, Scary Mommy, Yahoo, Thought Catalog, TODAY Parents, What the Flicka, as well as other online publications.
Featured Contributor: Kathryn Hively
Though a Southerner at heart, Kathryn Hively lives with her husband and two young daughters in New Jersey. Her blog Just BE Parenting promotes non-judgmental parenting and celebrates families in all forms. Her work has also appeared in Scary Mommy, mom.me, Ravishly, and the Mighty, among others.