This weekend I had the honor to attend the Women In The World Summit in NYC as part of the Toyota Women Influencers Network aka TWIN where I sat amongst some of the most important women in the world who are making a difference in not only our country but the world. I was truly inspired and obtained so much that I am still working on the recap post which you will be able to read soon.
In the mean time while there I had the pleasure to attend a party thrown by fashion design icon Diane Von Furstenberg and oh man all I can say is I was in celebrity heaven. In any event as we were leaving the party we were handed some pretty cool gift bags which included a Diane Von Furstenberg IPHONE Cover that says “Proud To Be A Woman”and it’s really really HOT! Unfortunately I am stuck in the stone ages and am not willing to part with my “crack-berry” so I decided that one of you tech savvy mama’s deserved it.
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Totally jealous! DVF is such an icon, I wouldn’t have been able to speak to anyone being in the same room with her.
So love the case. How to help them through losing someone. Or how to help/ adjust when dealing with some one with PTSD. I know your not liscensed on it but it’s always helpful to know key points.
Why is that the Army’s FRG’s have such a bad name, I’m part of one and its good, no gossip, no confusions, no disagreement among the wives. I would love to see a positive article on FRG’s and how to make them better.
I’d love to see your comments on the coming home series
I agree more information and advise on PTSD. All if us deal with deployments but as that is said most also don’t know much about PTSD signs.
P.S love the case!!
I’d like to see more about how spouses deal with their soldier having PTSD and such. Also, things about reintegration into family and life in general. (:
You get to meet some really awesome people ArmyWife101!! You are so lucky!
I would love to see something about the young military wives. Its an everyday struggle for me because I am still in the U.S while my husband is in Italy. We were married in December, he was 22 and I was 18, and since then i haven’t seen his face in person since new years. It wouldn’t be so hard if It wasn’t that he is waiting on me to get there but I will be with him next month until he deploys for 9 months in July! Also, me and him have PTSD mine is more severe than his, he handles everything better than I do! The stress of him going to Afghan after what the soldier from Ft.lewis done has really caused my anxiety and depression to go sky high! Any tips on how to keep my mind busy instead of thinking about everything? Thanks in advance!
I would love to see more blogs of your thoughts and opinions because you’re so hilarious and have helped in the past on things like housing, basic traing, air, etc!
Loooooove DVF!! Style icon!!
I would love to see more topics about volunteering…I keep busy when he is gone and a great way to handle stress is giving your time to those who need it!! Knowing that there are TONS of other in your situation and sometimes worse(sadly)…makes you very greatful for everything!!!