Letting go can be a beautiful feeling, a weight lifted, eyes opened, wounds healed but prior to those rather euphoric feelings are those that lie on the opposite side of that spectrum, feelings of pain, heartache, depression and confusion – to name a few. We subsist in a generation that appears to have mastered the art of detachment and sometimes I wish I had that … Continue reading The Untold Hardships of Letting Go
How often do people check on you? Friends, family, co-workers, significant other etc.? How often? Once a week, once a month, almost never? The frequency in which people check on you is a direct indication of their level of concern for your well-being. One more time for those in the back. The frequency in which people check on you is a direct indication of their … Continue reading Do You Need Anything?
One more time for those in the back. Stop dating people that only like the idea of you. You’re attractive, stunning in the light, hardworking, intelligent, relentlessly passionate, funny and formidable. You possess the ideal character and physical traits of the highly sought after but most people only like the idea of you and resent the actual work, patience and effort it would take to … Continue reading Stop Dating People That Only Like the “Idea” of You
There are myriad reasons why a date could go horribly wrong or cinematically right. Let’s talk about it. Continue reading 5 Things That Could Ruin a First Date
One more time for those in the back. Stop accepting more when you come with less. It’s imperative to date within your balance. You have a job, they have a job or business etc. You have a car, they have a car. You workout, they workout. You don’t have kids, they don’t have kids (optional). You have your own place, they have their own place. … Continue reading Stop accepting more when you come with less.
We live in a generation where we are literally referred to as followers and the more you have, the more desirable you appear yet all the more elusive in the same. Some gorgeous nobody from the middle of nowhere garners millions of followers and all of a sudden the faceless neophyte becomes a six-figure-earner and party flyer cover star. We love the idea of being … Continue reading It’s better to be alone than in bad company.
We have rode and died, rode and died. We are all out of lives, huh? Who can relate? You know what, truth is, I don’t want to be a “ride or die” – I want to be a “travel and thrive” or a “vacay and vibe” – something! In all seriousness, there’s an immense amount of pain, trauma and negativity attached to being a “ride … Continue reading R.I.P to the ”Ride or Dies”
One more time for those in the back. How many red flags do you need before you abort-mission? Think of a number based on your previous relationships, datingships and situationships. If it’s a number between one and one, you’re golden and you can stop reading here. Thanks for stopping by though. However, if you thought of a number greater than one – keep reading. Let’s … Continue reading How Many Red Flags Do You Need Before You Abort-Mission?
Judge Faith Jenkins truly speaks to my soul and I’m extremely excited to read her new book Sis Don’t Settle. (I’ll be picking up a copy tomorrow). During her Breakfast Club interview she touched on various relevant points regarding relationships but those that stood out to me the most were the following: 1. Stop making rejection so personal. Don’t always internalize rejection. It’s not always … Continue reading The Breakfast Club: Judge Faith Jenkins Interview Takeaways
I’m a Taurus and we are known to be unapologetically loyal. It’s one of the most unfortunate side effects of this zodiac sign, if you ask me, because sometimes we allow our loyalty to become slavery. Yes, I know, it’s not only Taurus’ that suffer from this anchored devotion but, I’m speaking from my own perspective. True unfiltered allegiance is an attractive character trait but … Continue reading Don’t let your loyalty become slavery.