Do you subscribe to the thinking of “If you treat me right, I’ll treat you right?” Or what about “Don’t dish it, if you can’t take it?” This line of thinking is correct if you are on a playground with your peers, but this does not work in marriage. Often
I will be the first to admit that control was going to be the death of my marriage in the beginning. There were several (ok tons) of times when I not only used control, I abused control such as; telling my husband that he better not touch the heating/air setting
March 17th 2013, commemorated 10-years of celebrating Black Marriage Day as founded by Nisa Islam Muhammad. The day helps to bring awareness and encouragement to others in the community that Black Marriages still exist and should be celebrated. Since fewer marriages are represented today (less than 35%) in the African
No relationship, including mine, goes without its share of hurt. Understanding that hurt and disappointments are just a part of relating to others no matter the status or hierarchy of the relationship should be noted. We all view situations depending on the lens that has shaped us through our environment
Just taking a moment to look back and reflect on the past 30 days of my journey into 2013. I have found that reflection is needed to keep me going and to allow me to see the blessings that have passed my way. Often times I get so caught up
As the New Year is in full effect, most of us have scheduled or plan to schedule our yearly physical exam. Most women will gear up to make the call and schedule their PAP and Mammograms, if needed, even Colonoscopy to make sure digestive systems are in good working order.
Obviously there are huge differences between men and women when it comes to communicating and handling issues. Most men, including me, just don’t want to talk about things that we know will cause discord. Yeah, we understand that avoidance really won’t resolve the issue, but we hope our girl will
Has your partner made promises that have not been kept? Are you always just handling things on your own because he seems to not want to handle it or it’s just taking way to long to get something done? If you answered, “yes” to any of the above then you
On any given Friday or Saturday you can find women of every ethnicity in a hair salon. It’s like the meet up spot without an invitation or posting to which you RSVP. Our hair salon sisters give a wealth of information while also allowing us to hold group therapy sessions.
I know, you are probably wondering what kind of question is that as QB is the most valuable position on the team. QB’s are the star of the team, they are usually paid the most, lead the men in the huddle on and off the field, and whenever the ball
Housewives franchises are some of the most popular forms of reality television since following people with camera crews and looking into their personal lives became such great entertainment. How did we go from scripted, well thought out and rehearsed drama to flat out everyday, “Have It Your Way”,”I Don’t Care
Over the weekend I had the pleasure of hanging out with a friend I have known for more than 22 years. We met on my first real job with the federal government. She and I have kept in touch by sending each other birthday wishes, and Christmas cards over the
Men, ever seen a woman and thought, “I wonder what she would look like with out her clothes on”? If her looks and style took you to that place you have already skipped over her inner qualities and blown away the reason why she was actually created for you. I
Before any of us became Wifey, we were the girlfriend. We did what any girlfriend would do to show the guy how great of a potential wife we would make. We looked great each time he saw us; we cooked whenever he came over; we laughed at his jokes; and
Ever been told “ Due to downsizing we are going to need to let you go”, or “The company is going in a new direction and your services are no longer needed”? Your heart races and you wonder what next. How am I going to tell my wife and family?