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GoodGirl Online

Good Girl conjures images of quiet, compliant, pretty girls who
take care of others and don't cause trouble.
“It's rooted in societies' stereotyped expectations of how women should be
and the role they should play.” -
psychologist Dr. Susan Albers, PsyD

credit to Cleveland Clinic, 6 Signs You Have "Good Girl" Syndrome
Mental Health

Mental health is more than a slogan. For families  supporting the day to day challenges of maintaining medication, therapy schedules and enforcing good choices by playing "bad cop"... 


Physical and
Sexual Health

Cravings, intimacy and desire are real components in sustaining how women are built. What motivates and fuels our sexual energy needs to be nurtured and acknowledged just as much as our physical health. 


A source of security or stress,  family isn't always a reflection of what we desire it to be or of how we'd like to be treated.  Balance is required when being the force that energizes a clan of to action, change or continued sustainability... 

Therapy Sessions
My Backstory

My daughter is bipolar schizo-affective.

My husband is bipolar schizo-affective.

Caring for them means learning to

manage their anxieties

as well as my own. 

The "be a good girl" style of communication and coping skills

weren’t designed for figuring out the uncomfortable and erratic moments where failure is

a feature, not a bug.

About me

I'm Drea. I'm a website developer and

production assistant for NFL Films

with the know-how to design

the aesthetics and functionality of

successful advertising campaigns. 

As a consultant, it’s my job to problem solve and get to the crux of the solution. Let me help with your advertising and website design needs! 

Where Women Need Help

Women need each oher in their lives who think they are a big deal. No competition, no backhanded comments, no jealousy, just an "I love you, I support you, and there is no one on earth like you" kind of energy.

Chelsea Handler


Remembering Self


Time Management

We're stronger when we cheer
each other on.
                                                                     Serena Williams

Courage is the price 

that life exacts for

granting peace.

Amelia Earhart

Love yourself first and everything else falls into line. Lucille Ball

You only live once but if you do it right, once is enough.

                             Mae West

You alone are enough. You have nothing to prove to anybody. Maya Angelou

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