Johanna Goodfellow is mom to three incredible kids and is a social worker. She is an aspiring writer, avid hiker and overthinker. She has been previously published on BLUNTmoms, Scary Mommy, YMC, HuffPost Canada and Thrive Global. You can find her at www.missjohannamarie.com.
I am reminded that aging isn't a privilege afforded to everyone, but one I would be grateful to have.
It was something to grieve and also a milestone for moving on
01/31/2019 10:43 EST
As Santa arrived at the mall, I knew it wouldn't be long before the dreaded interrogations began.
12/07/2018 11:55 EST
An unexpected medical emergency put our co-parenting relationship into perspective.
11/14/2018 13:31 EST
After eight years of separation, my children's father and I pride ourselves on the relationship we keep for the benefit of our children.
09/24/2018 13:47 EDT
Engaging those qualities instead would lead to increased success in the classroom.
06/25/2018 13:20 EDT
Let's stop passing on the legacy of shame, and instead support people in being proud of what it means to be an Indigenous person in Canada.
02/13/2018 17:09 EST
What I was most afraid of wasn't death at all, but that life for my kids would not be OK without me.
01/24/2018 10:21 EST
Grieving someone who is still alive can be even more confusing, but there are tools and support we can utilize to help
01/09/2018 14:19 EST
There is absolutely nothing more important than the real world right in front of you, and it deserves more than 11 minutes of your undivided attention.
01/03/2018 16:30 EST
With all of the demands of everyday life, I am just as guilty as the next person of not always remembering to be grateful.
12/22/2017 11:45 EST
I knew how harmful the effects of parental conflict could be and it was something I wanted to minimize for my kids.
12/13/2017 16:20 EST
When did we start measuring how good a friend someone is or how important we are to them by their response time to texts and messages?
12/05/2017 16:31 EST
Many of us do this — We mistreat our bodies. We stay in bad relationships. We don't make time to nurture and care for ourselves.
11/30/2017 15:05 EST
Somewhere along the way, we have learned that every area of our life must be perfect in order for it to be considered a success.
11/20/2017 14:38 EST
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