Listen, we have all been there. You said some horrible things in the heat of the moment, you made a horrible decision that changed the course of your life, or maybe you did something simple like forgetting to send an invite. Whatever the case may be, there’s something that you did in your past that… Continue reading Self Forgiveness Is The Key To Moving On From Your Past
Let’s be clear, Summer Walker is shedding light on what a lot of black women have been struggling with for their entire lives. Social anxiety, or social phobia, is a misunderstood mental health condition. Social anxiety disorder has the ability to cause a person to avoid doing very “normal” things — like going to a… Continue reading I Can Be Extroverted On Social Media And Have Social Anxiety
Let's be real, the topic of polygamy, today in America, is not entirely rooted in its true purpose. There is a universal belief that polygamy originated within African culture, but this is controversial due to the different ideologies about the origins of human life. Typically, polygamy addressed one of the two purposes: survival or wealth… Continue reading Stop Recommending Polygamy To Cheaters
Let's be real, you have been the victim of gossip in your life, maybe even more times than you can count. I have experienced gossip through out my entire life. Gossip has made me feel betrayed, angry, misunderstood, and helpless. Unfortunately, I have been the victimizer of gossip as well. However, I have never made… Continue reading According To This Study, Women Primarily Gossip About Women Who Are A Threat
Let's be honest: most of us have seen adults argue when we were children. Whether it be with a friend, family member or partner/spouse. You were probably told to "stay in a child's place". On the flipside, maybe you never saw your parents or any adults disagreeing in front of you. It’s possible that they… Continue reading You Should Argue In Front Of Your Children As Long As You Do THIS After
Vulnerability is a key component of every relationship. I'm not just referencing a romantic relationship either. In any relationship, whether romantic, familial, or friendship, fostering emotional safety cultivates genuine intimacy. However, people often feel emotionally unsafe in their relationships. The foundation of intimacy is emotional safety. When there is emotional safety, it creates a climate… Continue reading Here’s Why You Feel Emotionally Unsafe In Your Relationship And How To Change It
When I was younger, I didn't understand the importance of family traditions and how they contribute to the health of the family well-being. In family traditions, when a family places high focus outside of the nuclear family, they create what is called an entropic family. The entropic family is a nuclear family that loses its… Continue reading 20+ Family Traditions For The Millennial Family
Let's be real, we have to do better. Allow me to explain. According to Harvard psychologist Martha Stout, author of The Sociopath Next Door, it is estimated that sociopaths are four percent of the U.S. population. This is about 1 in 25 people, but to be fair, there are others that put it at about 1 in 100… Continue reading Dating and Relationships EP3: Are Most Black Men Sociopaths?
Let's be real, how often have you had amazing chemistry with a person, but literally had nothing in common with them? In dating, it has happened to all of us at least once (or twice). Chemistry and compatibility are very two different and distinct things the often get confused for one another. Chemistry is that… Continue reading Dating and Relationships EP2: Chemistry Versus Compatibility
Let's be real, if you are a millennial and dating, then a situationship is the new normal. How many people do you now that are in relationships? You know, where a guy/gal has been introduced to the friends and family, with a formal title of introduction, and it's clear the they are in a relationship.… Continue reading Dating and Relationships EP1: What Is A Situationship?