Author Archives: Gail Cawley Showalter
I know from life in the school of hard knocks that in order to make progress and move forward in our lives we must step out of our comfort zone.
I crave justice. Not like chocolate, it’s a more deep heart yearning that even a bite of pleasure won’t satisfy.
Most of you know of my passion for single mothers. Do you also know of my biggest dream? I so want to see this happen in southeast Texas.
Avoid These Words Our tongues can cause us and others serious trouble, hurt and sorrow. Watch out for these three words, especially when you talk with your children. They hear you.
Intro to online course “Are Your Boundaries Protecting You?”
All proceeds from this course go to SMORE for Women, supporting single moms in college.
Talk About It Ironically I’m working on an editorial about justice. Justice is what most us us are aching for and want with all out hearts these days. I’m convinced it begins in the home with every word and action we share with our children. Let’s do better. Please. Let’s do better. I raised three […]
Does everything appear lovely on the outside of your life? All is in order? You seems to others to have everything under control? But under it all you feel uneasy, stuck or even trapped?
We all have them, those people who drive you nuts like a mosquito. Or perhaps worse like a poisonous snake. Either way there is no escaping this life without having to deal with pests.