In this video, I talk to Clarissa about my new workshop series: Make It Happen! Enjoy!Read More
“This is a good sign, having a broken heart. It means we have tried for something.” ~ Elizabeth GilbertRead More
Learn the power of goal-setting to move beyond limitations and to realize your divine purpose and potential.Read More
Enjoy my Facebook Live interview with Lidia Ferreira from Grupo Mulher Brasileira. We talk about anxiety, depression, ADHD, and more. Enjoy my Facebook Live interview with Lidia Ferreira from Grupo Mulher Brasileira (in Portuguese). We talk about anxiety, depression, ADHD, and more. Photo credit: www.amenclinics.com.
The Brazilian Women's' Group (BWG) is a volunteer-run organization that was started in 1995 by a group of Brazilian immigrant women of various backgrounds and occupations. The women hoped to "make a difference” in the wider Brazilian community, encouraging its members, particularly women, to stand up for their rights in the United States. We promote our goals through community organizing and by empowering community members to speak for themselves regardless of immigration status. The BWG has a specific focus on women, and from its beginning, it has sought to develop female leaders for the Brazilian community. Our overall goal is to empower Brazilian women and strengthen the Brazilian Community.