Category: Family

Moms Need to Take Care of Themselves – Without Guilt

Moms Need to Take Care of Themselves – Without Guilt

Sunday is Mother’s Day! Psychotherapist Debra Gilbert Rosenberg says it’s important for moms to take time for themselves each day – here’s why…

The Agony of Saying No

The Agony of Saying No

May 5, 2015 with

Do you know how to say ‘no’? We can begin to interrupt the automatic pattern of immediately saying ‘yes’ and start saying No when that’s what’s best for us.

Teaching Children Budgeting Skills

Teaching Children Budgeting Skills

April 23, 2015 with

Find out how and why you should be teaching your kids budgeting skills at an early age.

Diane Sawyer Set to Interview Bruce Jenner Friday

Diane Sawyer Set to Interview Bruce Jenner Friday

April 1, 2015 with

The Olympian is expected to discuss his gender transition in a special ABC “20/20″ program

Andy Herald: How to be a Dad

Andy Herald: How to be a Dad

September 14, 2014 with

“My youngest son is completely addicted to minecraft.” Andy does an amazing job at sharing his life with his audience–allowing his audience to realize how his mistakes have taught him lessons that they won’t have to learn the hard way…

Anita Jackson: Food Force, Social Media & More

Anita Jackson: Food Force, Social Media & More

September 14, 2014 with

It’s not always clear who is standing up for healthier school food… but Anita Jackson from momsrising.org shares her organization’s role and how you can help at #BlogHer14

Goldieblox: Toys to Encourage Female Innovation

Goldieblox: Toys to Encourage Female Innovation

September 14, 2014 with

Lindsey Shepard joins us to share her story of developing toys that encourage young girls to become innovators and engineers…

The Evolution of Blogging: Holding onto Your Voice

The Evolution of Blogging: Holding onto Your Voice

September 8, 2014 with

Over 30 Million people in the United States are publishing their own blog on a weekly basis. genConnect met up with Ali Eteraz at #BlogHer2014 where he explained just how far you can take your online publishing.

Doug French: The first Dad Blogger at BlogHer

Doug French: The first Dad Blogger at BlogHer

September 5, 2014 with

Doug French was the first male blogger at BlogHer ’14. He gives genConnect readers valuable advice about being a divorced dad and putting kids first despite family problems.

Denial – Take A Whack At Yours Today

Denial – Take A Whack At Yours Today

July 9, 2014 with

Whether it be parenting a troubled teen or turning a blind eye to abuse, denial can be a harmful – even deadly – act; how to get out of denial