Daring Goodness

Daring Goodness is a program collaborating the efforts of BEE Daring Founder, Michelle DiMuria, and Erin Lawler Patterson, The Goodness Chick. The purpose of the Daring Goodness Campaign is to empower and educate educators, parents, students, and leaders on topics we too often do not talk about, but desperately need to in the connection in establishing positive self-image, healthy relationships, striving for mental wellness, and being a healthy part of our community. Topic examples include pornography addiction, self-harm, the pursuit of self-love, how to identify and seek support when dealing with any form of addiction as well as a myriad of other issues connected to mental health. Daring Goodness offers virtual workshops podcasts, special events, and articles in our BEEautifully Imperfect digital mental health magazine.

Meet the Team

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Erin Lawler Patterson

Erin Lawler Patterson is the Goodness Chick. She is a mental health counselor, podcaster, motivational speaker, and author. For twenty years her mission has been to empower people to live life with a full cup rather than an empty one. She addresses issues such as mental health, wellness, relationships, addiction, self care and the significance of giving back.

Erin has traveled around the world speaking, volunteering and inspiring others to embrace the beauty of human connection, spreading kindness and making a difference in our communities through volunteerism.


Porn, Sex & Cyberspace:
What you Need to Know to Keep your Kids Safe
Virtual Workshop

WARNING: Possible triggers. Recommended age: 18 and older due to the mature content.

As parents, we want more than everything to keep our kids safe. Too often, parents are unaware of the potential hazards involved when we hand a cell phone over to our kids. The cyberworld has, unfortunately, become a portal for instant access to pornography, connecting on sites such as Bumble or Tinder to hook up (it can be used for connecting with potential friends) and unintentionally being phished by pedophiles or human trafficking rings. Does this frighten the heck out of you? Well, it should. But if you’re looking to learn more about how to chat with your kids about internet safety and informing them on the multiple potential harms staring them in the face; this workshop is for you.

What we’ll be addressing: 

  • Responsible Internet Use: What does that look like
  • The detrimental impact of porn and how it has evolved in the past ten years doing irreversible damage to our young people
  • Awareness of Human Trafficking and Pedophilia: Red flags, prevalence and ways to keep you and them safe
  • The Mental Impact is has on us

You MUST register for our event. Limited Seating!
$20.00  workshop fee – All funds will be used to continue our program.