Archive for the ‘Mind+Body+Soul’ Category

Princess Stuff Again, Really?

Tuesday, December 27th, 2011

I loved this video, big huge high five to you Riley! You are right, not all girls only like PINK!

Birthmother Housing

Tuesday, December 13th, 2011

When facing an unplanned pregnancy, you might feel scared, alone or even worried about your future and the future of your unborn child. If your friends and family aren’t supportive during this time, it can lead to more stress and make you feel even more alone as you map out your future. This is why many adoption professionals provide birth mother housing. It gives expectant mothers considering adoption a safe and secure place, where they feel accepted and supported as they move forward in their pregnancy.

Birth mother housing comes in many different shapes and sizes. Some professionals offer a more low-key arrangement, allowing expectant mothers to stay with families who volunteer their time and space for women who are in need of a safe and secure place to stay throughout their pregnancy. Other professionals offer a more independent living setting, where expectant mothers will share an apartment or house that more closely resembles the comforts of home, while you share your experience with other expectant mothers who are making adoption plans for their child.

Utilizing birth mother housing options allows you to have access to support staff and volunteers who are there to help counsel you in your time of greatest need. Adoption professionals who provide this service do so because they realize the importance of offering support and guidance during this emotional time. Having someone to talk to who can help you cope with the emotions surrounding your unplanned pregnancy as well as assist you in making a successful adoption plan is an invaluable resource. Taking advantage of birth mother housing gives you the support and advice you need at your fingertips.

There is hope. If you need someone to talk to who will support you in your adoption plan while offering you a safe place to stay during your pregnancy or simply want more information, please contact Legacy 4 Kids Foundation at 877-768-4064.

Divorced Parent Telesummit

Thursday, September 29th, 2011

Are you worried about your children and how they will adjust to the divorce? Are you dealing with a difficult ex? No money in your budget to attend expensive therapy or seminars? And never mind researching all the divorce experts out there to figure out where to put your precious time and money?!

If that’s you, then you will love the Divorced Parent Telesummit!

I know Pam Wynn and Shelley Greiser, co-hosts of the Divorced Parent Telesummit. Pam and Shelley have worked with hundreds of people who are going through or are already divorced. They are committed to helping you help your children and become a better divorced parent by providing you with solid tools. They both know what it’s like to be in your shoes because they’ve walked a thousand miles in those shoes.

Like Pam and Shelley, I want you to have every advantage, every strategy, and every bit of information that will ensure your success.

Pam and Shelley have lined up divorce experts for the Divorced Parent Telesummit. Many of the experts were just like you. These experts have developed effective methods to ensure your children do well through the divorce transition and to deal with difficult ex’es. These experts will share information, tips and proven strategies on how to deal with a difficult ex and raise happy, healthy children despite a difficult ex. All you need is a phone. And best of all…it’s FREE to listen!

Register now to attend the Divorced Parent Telesummit.

The Divorced Parent Telesummit runs from Monday through Thursday for two weeks, starting September 26, 2011. You and the experts come together via a telephone conference (with an optional webcast) to learn proven strategies to help your kids and deal with a difficult ex. And don’t worry, if you cannot attend all the sessions, you can get the replays.

This virtual event is for you if:

  • You are struggling with co-parenting issues
  • You are worried about your child’s adjustment to the divorce
  • You are dealing with a “difficult” ex
  • You don’t know how to answer your child’s questions about the divorce
  • You don’t know how to form a co-parenting team with your ex
  • You want your children to be happy despite the divorce

Go to the Divorced Parent Telesummit website to find out more about this FREE event. The experts at the Divorced Parent Telesummit are going to discuss important topics such as:

  • Unplugging From Your Ex & Avoiding Emotional Minefields
  • Keeping it Together When You Are Parenting Apart
  • Mastering a Child-Centered Divorce
  • Developing a Winning Co Parenting Team
  • Raising Happier Kids Despite a Difficult Ex

You won’t want to miss out on a single Divorced Parent Telesummit expert. I’ll be there…see you at the Divorced Parent Telesummit!

Register now to attend the Divorced Parent Telesummit.

And again, it’s 100% free to listen. All these experts lined up for you, and you don’t have to drive anywhere. You can even upgrade to a Silver or Gold and own all the recordings and bonuses.

Sincerely, Kelly Marquet-Bodio

P.S. I’m attending the Divorced Parent Telesummit because I see the tremendous value in these topics! See you at the Divorced Parent Telesummit!

Register now to attend the Divorced Parent Telesummit.

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Tuesday, September 13th, 2011

I love these girls! I was a guest on their show. It is a must listen. You will laugh and cry all at the same time.

Listen to internet radio with amyandkim on Blog Talk Radio

Save Your Daughter Without Instilling Fear or Negative Thoughts

Tuesday, September 6th, 2011

All Grown Up Already?

Is she my baby or is she a young woman? It is hard to define in this current world we live in. Our kids are subjected to so much so soon. Even the Disney Channel is confusing these days.

If you are a struggling mom, grandmother, aunt or friend of a young girl ages 4-16 I am sure you can see the dilemmas. It is so difficult to chat with our kids about all of the issues they are facing.

When I was a teen the world was smaller. Still scary, but a whole bunch smaller. Porn mags and strangers were the enemy. Now – there is a reason for us to fear for our children while they are in our own homes right in front of us.

The computers are giving them access to a complete world out there. We need to know and have systems in place to be sure they are not in danger while we parents are cooking dinner or watching the news. Speaking of the news…TURN IT OFF if your little ones are in the room. It is scary, negative and trite at times. If they are not talking about war, economic and cataclysmic issues they are following the Kardashians lives or Lyndsey Lohan’s latest escapades. Your little girl does NOT need to know this. That “NEED TO KNOW” thing is important people!  What are you filling her head with? Just as important as what your are feeding her little body is what you are feeding her mind! Think about it.

What do they need to know? Check out our very important informational event here and find out how to keep our young ones safe. It is FREE to listen in.

I wish my parents would of listened to a program when I was growing up. My life would of been a whole lot different with a lot less chaos.

Risky Youth Behavior

Wednesday, August 31st, 2011

Check this out!

Internet Preditor – Alicia's Story

Tuesday, August 30th, 2011

Our new and very real concern and nightmare for both you and your children. Be aware, the box they are talking to can be dangerous and deadly!

Child Sexual Abuse: Putting the Problem in Context

Research indicates that 1 in 4 girls and 1 in 6 boys will be sexually victimized before adulthood; sadly, 30-40% of these victims are abused by a family member and 50% are abused by someone outside the family whom they know and trust. Although the majority of this child sexual abuse does not occur online, in the Internet age, offline sex abuse is fueled by pedophiles’ unprecedented access to child pornography and exacerbated as perpetrators post pictures online of their exploits.

Learn how to protect your family from this very real preditor!


Thank you to our friends and contributors to Legacy 4 Kids Foundation

Saturday, August 27th, 2011

A huge THANK YOU to:

Hunter Boon

Margaret High

Clark Johnson

Stephen Edwards

Ellan Maynard

Lisa Gonzalez

Poppy Ramelli

Don Bodio

Angela Neilson

for your generous donations to Legacy 4 Kids Foundation. Our kids are counting on special people like you to make a difference in their future.

Sex and drugs in MIDDLE school?

Friday, August 26th, 2011

Happy Friday,

ABC news recently did a special where they followed around MIDDLE school students to document what kind of pressures they are facing when it comes to sex and drugs.

You can read all about it here, but I wanted to give you a few highlights from the article:

Anya Alvarez, a 13-year-old girl from Tulsa, Okla., agreed to record a video diary for 20/20. In it, she describes her transition from childhood to adolescence. “When I was 5,” Anya said, “it was like, ‘Should I give him a toy or not? Now, it’s should I smoke weed? Should I have sex? Should I lie to my parents?”

Students told us that some kids are having sex in school bathrooms and hallways — even in classrooms.

At a middle school outside Baltimore, Md., a couple of 12-year-olds had oral sex in their science class. Their classmates watched, but the teacher didn’t see them. (The teacher was suspended and later resigned.)

And the kids say it happens at home too, and parents almost never know.

We’re talking about GOOD kids here! Kids from affluent and middle-class backgrounds whose parents are involved in their lives.  Yet the temptation and pressure to do adult things still exists and it’s causing our kids to engage in risky behavior earlier than ever before!

That’s why I can’t encourage you enough to join me on September 8th at 6pm Pacific – 9pm Eastern for a f’ree teleclass I am hosting entitled, “ESCAPE- 6 Steps to Preparing Girls for Success, Health and Happiness and Avoiding Teen Crisis”.

On this call, you will learn proven techniques and strategies that you can implement at ANY age (and honestly, the younger the better), to help your daughter feel secure and confident enough to make good choices when these pressures arise in life.

You will also learn about other “modern life” dangers that you may not be aware of (let’s face it,  A LOT has chanced since we were kids!) and how to ensure you are doing everything within your power to groom your little girl for success.

Sound interesting?

You can get all of the details now by visiting this page. There is no charge to attend and we’ll even send you a MP3 recording if you can’t make the call live for whatever reason.

So go ahead, get registered here and mark off September 8th at 6pm Pacific – 9pm Eastern on your calendar.  Whether you have a toddler, an adolescent, a tween or teen, this is life-changing information that you won’t want to miss!

To your family’s happiness,


Kelly Marquet- Bodio

Founder and CEO, Legacy4Kids

The Reality – It about more than teens!

Monday, June 13th, 2011