On FAITH, WAR and STEALTH – Lessons from DUNKIRK

DUNKIRK Why Lessons from History are Lessons for Today  It has been wisely said that the best way to study history is by studying the lives of those who lived it. Of course there are those who lived through history, and those who lost their lives in the process. Both need to be remembered. AutobiographiesContinue reading “On FAITH, WAR and STEALTH – Lessons from DUNKIRK”

2021 — Will Justice Prevail in America?

We are turning the page from 2020 to 2021. In contrast to a year ago, dark moods prevail. Except for where the light shines. What is the light? This has been a year of doubts, fears, never-before-seen forced attacks on our nation’s Constitutional Republic. Citizens, cities and businesses have suffered economic attacks and setbacks unrelatedContinue reading “2021 — Will Justice Prevail in America?”


As 2020 draws to a close, we wish to thank our realwomenfightback.com followers for liking and sharing our posts and articles. We also apologize for our lighter than planned website activity as many factors contributed to draining our energies in other directions. Not unlike what happened to most Americans.  Who would have known? Who couldContinue reading “20-20 in HINDSIGHT? WILL THERE BE CLEARING AFTER THE STORM?”

REVERSING EDEN, Part I — The Great “What if?”

July 23, 2019 / Nancy Diraison Bringing order back to the traditional familyPART 1 of 3 In recent decades we have witnessed radical changes in the way the roles of men and women are viewed. Those roles, and their purposes, may be one of humanity’s greatest enigmas. They were once understood and embraced for theirContinue reading “REVERSING EDEN, Part I — The Great “What if?””

REVERSING EDEN, Part II – Truth and Consequences – How Feminism Destroyed True Womanhood

August 6, 2019 / Nancy Diraison Part 2 of 3 (Strongly urge reading this series in sequence!). In Part One of this three-part series, we examined what went wrong with the first established relationship between men and women. The model was broken due to bad decisions on both sides. Neither wanted to take the blameContinue reading “REVERSING EDEN, Part II – Truth and Consequences – How Feminism Destroyed True Womanhood”

REVERSING EDEN, Part III – “#NotMe!” – Rejecting Toxic Feminism

February 7, 2020 / Nancy Diraison Part 3 of 3 (Strongly urge these 3 articles be read in sequence. Not recommended for those who are committed to hating men!) Launching 2020 as the “#NotMe” Year In this series of articles we have been exploring what led to the breakdown of the  intended great relationship betweenContinue reading “REVERSING EDEN, Part III – “#NotMe!” – Rejecting Toxic Feminism”

IN HONOR OF PRESIDENTS’ DAY – A special reminder for difficult times in 2020

February 18, 2019 / Nancy Diraison A special tribute. Much can and has been said about the great sacrifices made in creating the Constitutional Republic we know as the United States of America.  The deepest and wisest principles ever applied to human government were carefully embedded in the U.S. Constitution and the Declaration of Independence.Continue reading “IN HONOR OF PRESIDENTS’ DAY – A special reminder for difficult times in 2020”

PERCEPTIONS OF TIME — How Men and Women Perceive Time Differently

February 9, 2010 / Nancy Diraison How Men and Women perceive time differently [This article will be one of many chapters under our title series, “Reversing Eden”. The purpose of this series is to address areas of conflict between men and women that can be improved with understanding of their God-granted differing qualities. We hope the ideas presentedContinue reading “PERCEPTIONS OF TIME — How Men and Women Perceive Time Differently”

TOUGH DECISIONS: Can Disobedience ever be Right?

December 30, 2018 / Nancy Diraison Teaching children to say, “No”, and when to do so! I’ve always been fascinated with the decision-making process. Making decisions seems to be one of the greatest difficulties in life. Some people, for fear of making mistakes, avoid making decisions as often as possible. Others charge right in andContinue reading “TOUGH DECISIONS: Can Disobedience ever be Right?”

TRAINING CHILDREN TO BE LEADERS with VISION… an important lesson from acorns

December 13, 2018 / Nancy Diraison What we can learn from acorns… Most people, when shown an acorn, see an acorn. President Harry Truman was fond of a lesson from that fact. He knew that when shown an acorn, very, very few people can see the tree — the massive tree that grows from thatContinue reading “TRAINING CHILDREN TO BE LEADERS with VISION… an important lesson from acorns”