Triggers by Ashley Gilbert

We are elated to present a blog post from our Resident Soul Care Facilitator and the co-founder of Ground Zero, Ashley Gilbert. Ashley is about to help you get your life together related to your triggers. This post can be life-changing if you allow it to be....

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What Can Change in 90 Days? by Nephateria McBride

We are elated to present a blog post from our Prince George's County Sister Circle Lead Facilitator, Nephateria McBride. Here, she processes what being without her grandmother for 90 days has been like for her. Experience it here and share your thoughts by leaving us...

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Know Your Squad by Torrie Singletary

Know Your Squad My 15-year-old daughter experienced her first heartbreak this year. She found herself liking this little boy. Let’s call him Mike, and he liked her too. He even asked her to homecoming, but as time went on, he told my baby that she was too shy. When I...

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To Shine or Not To Shine by Rhonda Ragsdale

We are elated to present a blog post from our soon to be REAL Women Northern Virginia Lead Facilitator, Rhonda Ragsdale. She asks an incredibly important question of each of us. Will you choose to shine your light or dim it? Experience it here and share your thoughts...

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60 Days by Nephateria McBride

We now present Part 2 of a very honest and vulnerable blog post from our REAL Women Prince George's County Lead Facilitator, Nephateria McBride. She continues a very personal voyage through the loss of a loved one. I know that if you have ever had to deal with the...

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53 Days by Nephateria McBride

Today is May 30, 2018 and it’s been 53 days since I sat in the hospital room and watched you take your last breath.  I know how many days it’s been because I count them.  I have somehow convinced myself that when I get to a certain number of days, it won’t hurt as...

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