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by Carol Soelberg In 1983 when my mother, Janet Andersen Ray, was Arizona’s Mother of the year, my seven sisters accompanied her to the Waldorf Astoria in New York City, New York for the American Mother’s National Convention. I stayed home having just given birth to...

by Diane Robertson I read this great article last week. I hope it goes viral. It describes feelings I have often felt. “What if I never really amount to anything when I grow up—beyond mom and sister and wife? But these people in my primary circle of...

United Families International was privileged to have university students accompany us to the Commission on the Status of Women. Kadee Taylor shares what she learned while at the United Nations. It's All About Me  I’ve struggled to find words for what I learned by attending the United...

United Families International was privileged to have university students accompany us to the Commission on the Status of Women. Miriam Blaser shares what she learned while at the United Nations. My time at the United Nations was unforgettable. I experienced so much that will forever change me....

by Erin Weist I follow several family-oriented groups on social media.  These groups encourage support of mothers, father, and children, as well as strong bonds between husbands and wives.  If you’ve spent any time on social media you’ll know what a battleground it can be.  People,...

United Families International was privileged to have university students accompany us to the Commission on the Status of Women. Breaunna Stone shares what she learned while at the United Nations. As we walked into the side event, it was visible we didn’t quite fit in. We looked...