This article is included in a collection of stories to be published as “Family Conflict During a Pandemic: Stories of Struggle and Hope “
Courage is a choice.
Choosing to move through your separation with courage in the face of fear is the one battle in a divorce worth winning. It requires that you share your truth with the person from whom you are separating, with authentic self-awareness.
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Shante Saulsberry of Janice’s Women’s Center Provides a Strong Voice for Homelessness and Mental Disorders
Founder of Janice’s Women’s Center, Shante Saulsberry, continues her advocacy for the homeless and persons suffering from mental health concerns
Shante Saulsberry has a first-hand experience of domestic violence and mental abuse, growing up in the foster care system and experiencing domestic violence as a young teen and feeling alone after becoming a teen mom. As a survivor of...
The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation Grants $665,000 to Girl Scouts—Arizona Cactus-Pine Council in Support of the 2021 Girl Scout Cookie Program
As part of the Grant, the Foundation Will Make the Single Largest Cookie Purchase in Council History
This year, more than 6,500 Girl Scouts across central and northern Arizona are practicing their entrepreneurial skills by...
Janice's Women's Center: A Race to Remember is a 5k with all proceedings going to Janice's Women's Center opening. Janice’s Women's Center is a full-service shelter/center for homeless women and or fleeing from domestic violence. Our mission for a Race to Remember is to spread awareness while raising money for Janice's Women's Center. A Race to Remember will be a 5k held on March 27th, a day full of inspiration, hope, and community.