For Parents, some holidays are harder than others.
Mandy Brasher is worried public school may not be the best learning environment for her son, or for boys in general.
Mandy Brasher admits she’d made some mistakes over the years in regards to her husband and his weight. She’s here to share what she’s learned in hopes you don’t make the same.
People would like to believe that once you find “The One” relationships stop being hard, but Mandy Brasher is here to remind us that’s not how life really works.
If you are lucky (and you work your ass off) your marriage could last for a very long time. With that thought looming over your head, it’s good to have some guidelines as you attempt to live with the same person for years on end.
Spirituality need not be a joint path with exact views, but a journey taken alone while loving and supporting the person you chose to spend your life with.
It wasn’t until Mandy Brasher finally let herself trust men that she began to trust her ability to raise a man.
Mandy Brasher speaks up for the women who just want a good meatball sub and some Old Navy flip flops
Mandy Brasher isn’t interested in teaching her son how to be a boy, she wants to raise a happy human being who knows how to love himself and others just the way they are.
They are the fathers driving their kids to swim practice twice a week, they are the boyfriends folding laundry at their future in-laws house and they are husbands who proudly declare, “Yes, my wife stays home and she is a writer and I wouldn’t have it any other way.”
Having an engaged father is something Mandy Brasher didn’t grow up with so she is thrilled to see it becoming the rule instead of the exception.