Blog Feature| Susan Nies

My name is Susan Nies. I am a breast cancer survivor and advocate for early detection for all women,  but especially women under forty. In the past twenty years, I have had several roles including; mom, wife, daughter, sister, friend, Teacher of Children with Special Needs and most recently patient. As a mom I found … Continue reading Blog Feature| Susan Nies

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Announcements|Now Taking New Submissions

Hello Roses, Our website is taking new stories from you in order to inspire other women. If you are a domestic violence, sexual abuse or breast cancer survivor our website is looking for you. Tell your story today!! Think of how your survivorship story will help someone else.. To submit your story submit the form … Continue reading Announcements|Now Taking New Submissions

Announcement| Women Are Roses Ceremony

We are super excited about this year's, Women Are Roses Ceremony. Our Women Are Roses Ceremony is a gala to award ladies of all walks of life that have used 2018 to inspire others.  Women With Gifts has a goal of helping women in need and shining a spotlight on women who are doing amazing … Continue reading Announcement| Women Are Roses Ceremony

Random Thoughts|What Makes Me Different From Other Women {Part 6}

Recently, we asked female entreprenuers the following question: As a woman, if you could share anything about yourself that makes you different from any other woman, what would you share? Today this question was answered by entreprenuer and volunteer, Pamela Cohen Hello My name is Pamela Cohen and I'm the President of Women With Gifts … Continue reading Random Thoughts|What Makes Me Different From Other Women {Part 6}

Rest In Peace| Elizabeth Laird “Hug Lady”

Its we great sadness that we report the Elizabeth Laird as known as The Hug Lady has passed away. Elizabeth was coined the hug lady based on her giving over 50,000 hugs to soilders deploying or returning from deployment since 2003. Media reports states that she had battled breast cancer for over a decade.She was … Continue reading Rest In Peace| Elizabeth Laird “Hug Lady”

A day in history|Juliette Gordon Low

Born Juliette Magill Kinzie Gordon on October 31, 1860, in Savannah, Georgia, “Daisy,” as she was affectionately known, descended from a long line of strong and independent women. Her home, often referred to simply as The Birthplace, was designated a registered National Historic Landmark in 1965. In 1912, Juliette Gordon Low (1860–1927) founded Girl Scouts of … Continue reading A day in history|Juliette Gordon Low

A girl broken into pieces

To fully understand my story, you have to know my history with brokenness. I was a broken girl from as far back as I can remember. My first fracturing came when my parents divorced when I was too young to even remember my parents together. My dad got custody of my two sisters and me while my … Continue reading A girl broken into pieces

Domestic Violence|The day I married Satan

In 2006, being married to my ex-husband was like I was married to the seed of Satan himself. I would wake up daily and go to sleep with hits, slaps, beatings and him choking me. I got so use to the beatings because they had became a daily routine and I thought I had no … Continue reading Domestic Violence|The day I married Satan

The fight I won against breast cancer

Marquetta My Story: How I Survived May 21, 2012 was the day I received the most devastating news of my life.  Out of the three breast biopsies performed one came back positive for breast cancer.  Denial set in, I kept thinking this could not possibly be true.  I’m a child of God and something like this … Continue reading The fight I won against breast cancer