Don’t be reactive, be reflective. — Don’t always have a knee-jerk reaction to circumstances or breaking news. Stop, breath, and think about the situation, all options and possibilities. This keeps you from having to walk back any initial statements or actions while also preserving your adrenal glands. Take the time to let a situation play out for a bit while you take it in, process it and make a measured response. Don’t rush to make a mistake. Take your time and get it right. ~Tonya McKenzie
Tonya McKenzie, Audacious Author & Advocate because she might say anything to make her point.
Trump never even addresses our education system or gun violence in schools during his State of the Union because he knows that “Ditzy DeVos” is doing our youth no favors.
Carla Hall ~ With a philosophy to always cook with love, Hall believes food connects us all. People fell in love with her when she competed on Bravo’s Top Chef, and now she’s the co-host on the Emmy Award-winning series The Chew.
I think at this point we all understand what’s at stake in this election. there is a debate about taxes, border security, healthcare and some random other things that matter a lot less than our kids, which gets very little coverage in elections and political debates these days. There was a time that we ragedRead more about Reelecting Al Muratsuchi for the Kids[…]
April 30, 2018 TheMomKind #WeLoveMoms Welcome to our Amazing Moms Monday series! Motherhood comes in all shapes and sizes. Mothers come from varying different backgrounds, each with their own unique story. Mom’s have one of the most fulfilling jobs in the world! Too often, we lose sight of what is most important and focus on what we feelRead more about Amazing Moms Mondays Featuring Tonya McKenzie[…]
I will be hosting a live Q & A on amafeed.com. If you or anybody that you know is struggling to function and strive while dealing with past trauma, let’s talk about it. If you have read the book, A Child’s Memories of Cartoons & Murder and you have some unanswered questions, AS ME ANYTHING onRead more about Ask Me Anything[…]
Sacramento, CA – This election, voters face long ballots and are being asked to weigh in on a wide variety of critical issues. Whether you vote early, by mail, or on Election Day, we’ve made the decisions easier. After careful study and analysis, the League of Women Voters of California has recommendations on 7 statewideRead more about CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS – Our Voting Recommendations on the November Ballot Measures[…]
Check out the original post and podcast at The Psych Central Show When we think about post-traumatic stress disorder, our minds typically imagine war veterans or perhaps police officers and firefighters. Sometimes we’ll think of people who endured something horrible, such as a terrible accident, a home invasion, or other shocking events. But few of usRead more about Podcast: Can Children Really Have PTSD? By The Psych Central Show[…]
Grief & Healing Corner, Episode 22, July 24, 2018 We spoke with Tonya McKenzie, an entrepreneur, an active civil servant, and principal consultant of a boutique public relations firm in Los Angeles. Tonya was witness to a murder when she was four years old, spent time in witness protection and has spent a lifetime movingRead more about Grief & Healing Corner – Episode 22 – Guest Tonya McKenzie[…]