Author Archive | Kimberly Riley


When Your Heart Needs Time to Catch Up

Did you know you can get pregnant like 2.3 seconds after a miscarriage while you’re still sad and overwhelmed and grieving? Yeah…. well, apparently you can. And when that happens, you may have feelings other than abundant joy and excitement. Or you may have no feelings at all for a long time, which just makes […]

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14 Valentines Date Ideas in Indianapolis

Did you score a last minute babysitter and are looking for something to do this weekend? Here are fourteen things you should check out for Valentine’s Day! Hotel Tango Cocktail Class: Learn from the Hotel Tango mixologists how to make your own infusion, simple syrup and shrub. Then have fun creating custom cocktails that are sure to […]

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Teenage friendship

Helping Our Children Learn to Build Healthy Relationships.

Relationships are the most fulfilling and essential part of a happy life. Yet, building healthy relationships with family, friends and romantic partners is not easy. After 38 years of trial and error, many kissed frogs, tears, breakups, broken friendships, mended friendships, drifted friendships, deep hurt, healing, personal growth, self-awareness, humility and acceptance, I have learned […]

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Raising Body Confident Kids (even if you are still working on it yourself!)

Body Positivity. Body Confidence. Body Acceptance. Self-Love. Self-Care. Our conversations and our feeds are inundated daily with buzzwords and catch-phrases like these. Each one serves up a message of lofty inspiration to today’s woman. However,  if you are anything like me, each one is also received with a twinge of guilt and confusion. They are good […]

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Personal device and social media boundaries for children and teens

Teens and Technology: Setting Healthy Smartphone and Social Media Boundaries

Today’s parents of teenagers are faced with a challenge unique to our generation. We didn’t grow up with smartphones or tablets, and social media is not even two decades old. We are only now beginning to realize the longterm effects of this technology on our culture, personal mental health, productivity and families. In fact, many […]

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There are some things that should never be said to a pregnant woman.

A strange social phenomenon happens when a woman becomes pregnant. It may start when she announces her pregnancy, but it becomes ever more prevalent as the baby (and thus, the mama) grows. Suddenly, all the conventional rules of tact and sensitivity fly out the window, there is no such thing as a stranger, and everyone […]

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