Sisterhood Agenda

Women’s Empowerment

The Art of Chilling Out for Women

1share 0 0 0 0 1 0 0The Art of Chilling Out for Women is the latest book (number 23!) from Sisterhood Agenda’s Founder and President, Angela D. Coleman. What The Art of Chilling Out for Women is about “We can be more productive, not less productive, by incorporating some[…]

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Why Self-love is Not Selfish

Sisterhood Agenda self love is not selfish

0share 0 0 0 0 0 0 0We know women who think self-love is selfish. But it isn’t. Self-love means respecting and accepting yourself. For example, you should treat yourself like you’d treat a beloved family member. But it’s hard to love ourselves when there are so many other things[…]

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Social Media and Teenage Girls

social media teenage girls Sisterhood Agenda

0share 0 0 0 0 0 0 0The relationship between social media and teenage girls causes a lot of concern for many parents and educators.  What’s going on? Teen girls often check their phones before showering, brushing their teeth, and eating breakfast. They may look at what their friends have[…]

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How to Support Youth Mental Health

Sisterhood Agenda Youth Mental Health

0share 0 0 0 0 0 0 0How do we support youth mental health as a parent, employer, friend, or mentor? The need Mental health is essential for everyone to function, and teenagers and pre-teens are no exception. A young person needs good mental health to maintain relationships, adapt to[…]

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