Modern Goddesses



To support you on your journey, below you will find articles, books and inspirational pieces.



Despite good intentions, unhealthy family relationships can sometimes have long-term effects.

As hard as it is to admit, you know that college would be impossible without the wise words of mom.

Despite the commonalities, there are differences.

This Mother’s Day, three and a half years after she died, I find myself turning over her question in my mind. And what about those who don’t have a mother?

The mother and daughter bond influences our lives in ways we may not even realize.

Parents feel anguish, too, as their daughters negotiate the social minefield of popular girls and other cliques.

This mother-daughter team explore the challenges and rewards of mother-daughter relationships, and what it takes to be a good mother and daughter.

The mother-daughter bond is even more powerful than we thought

Mother-daughter relationships are the strongest of all parent-child bonds when it comes to the common ways their brains process emotion, according to a study published in the Journal of Neuroscience.

While everyone is susceptible to becoming codependent, parental codependency is more insidious due to the nature of the relationship.

My daughter just stops talking every time I bring up ______(insert topic or behavior here). What do I do?

Motherhood is supposed to be all about love and joy. So why do so many moms feel so bad?

We moms rub off on our girls. Over time our way of thinking becomes their way of thinking. If we want to raise kind daughters, we need to start by being kind mothers.

I had it coming. While I was, for the most part, an easy kid— my mother would tell you that, if she were alive, ....

So often we come into this world carrying the fear of our parents as it is passed down to us and lived through us.

We all desire to find our tribe, a community of those that feel comfortable to us and nurture our journey.

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The way we see adolescents becomes the way they see themselves.




"I want all the girls watching here now to know, that a new day is on the horizon."



We should stop blaming Cinderella, the victim of abuse and childhood trauma, for being "passive" or "helpless."