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Author: A Celeste Carolin

I Am Enough

I Am Enough

Talking about suicide and suicidal ideation is vital for our kids and our communities. Doing so comes with a list of do’s and don’ts for important reasons. Many of us have fears of saying the wrong thing or creating suicide contagion (unintentionally increasing more suicide attempts). As parents and fellow Mama Dragons, we can help remove the shame felt by us and our LGBTQIA children by normalizing and demystify this topic through educated conversation. The first step is to become educated about…

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Mothers’ Stories – Impact of the November 5th Exclusion Policy – Part 1

Mothers’ Stories – Impact of the November 5th Exclusion Policy – Part 1

The exclusion policy of November 5th 2015 rocked the world of LGBTQIA Mormons, their friends, families, and their many allies.  At the two-year anniversary, hearts are still tender and Mama Dragons are still roaring for the continued pain this policy has caused their children and communities.  While the exclusion policy has continued to impact our loved ones and our fellow Mama Dragons, each of us has taken our individual path on how to dig our talons deep to support our…

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Mothers Stories – Impact of November 5th Exclusion Policy – Part 2

Mothers Stories – Impact of November 5th Exclusion Policy – Part 2

Lost and Found By Lisa Evans Dame, Mama Dragons Board of Directors In November 2015, soon after the church announced it’s policy that children of homosexuals will not be allowed to be baptized before eighteen and that labeled all those in same-sex marriages or committed relationships as apostates,  I drove with my mother, from my home in Utah to Colorado to move my oldest daughter, Erin, out of the house that she had shared with her girlfriend, Lauren,  of three…

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