Setting boundaries are a sign of unconditional self love and self respect. When was the last time you took inventory of the people in your life that make you feel depressed and drained? You know the people that are toxic to your mental, spiritual, emotional, and physical health. These people can be your family, friends, or, even co-workers. As women it can be hard to set boundaries because we have been conditioned to be nice, warm, and a team player. However, having boundaries is a practice in self love. NinaRead More
This blog was inspired by a conversation that I overheard. No, I wasn’t ear hustling, it’s just that this female was so loud on the bus you couldn’t help but to eavesdrop on the conversation. She was on the phone talking to another female apparently. It appears that it had to do with her boyfriend. She told the female on the phone “Ain’t you tired of being the side chick? Regardless of what you do, he’s always gonna come home to me. That’s my man, and you need to getRead More
Have you ever been involved in a relationship where it was was evident that you were into the other person way more than they were into you? You would profess your love, your commitment to them, and your plans to establish a long-term relationship with them. Over time, your goal in the relationship was to make them and keep them happy at all costs. But regardless of all the good you have done, one mistake and you’re in bad standings and one foot out the door. You find yourself alwaysRead More
October 16th, 2012 was the last time I had sex. I know I know. I’ve heard it all from “girl you’re crazy” to my doctor asking me “what happened.” Truth of the matter is while sex is cool, I’m really looking forward to making love to my husband. Check out my interview as the special guest of the They Met Online radio show as we speak about being sexy and celibate. Yes, it’s possible. Listen here.