The Taboo Behind Therapy
Therapists have been given a bad rap for years. Stereotypically, they have been portrayed as the person who sits across from a patient in a recliner spilling their guts while the therapist takes notes and asks, “And how does that make you feel?”
6 Things Jamaicans Do that Leave Americans a Little Confused
Today, Jamaica celebrates 57 years of Independence from England. But since the beginning, many Jamaicans have been true to themselves and independent in thought about their lives and culture. I promise you that you will never meet a Jamaican that isn’t truly proud of their heritage. And it shows. Jamaicans can be found on every continent, and in almost every …
Black Beauty (A Short Story)
- African American, Short Story, Uncategorized
Beauty, black, cheat, Greed, Hate, love, marriage, Short Story, Wealth
- July 3, 2019
Cassandra slowly walked down the stairs in tears. Life as she knew it was over. It just had to be. Her husband Josh was caught in bed with his friend, Bella. Cassandra had been married to Josh for 6 years but even before their marriage, Bella was always a present force in Josh’s life. He always professed that they were …
Would You Like You if You Met You?
We have accepted the crab-in-a-barrel mentality in a microwave society and justify the outcome of our endeavors by placing blame when all fails, or glorifying ourselves solely when plans succeed, forgetting that no man is an island.
Where’s Your Pride?
I turned and saw her handing me a rainbow-colored ribbon. Instinctively, I took the ribbon and said thank you. I looked around to see other employees nearby congregating and wearing the ribbon proudly, and I was immediately hit with guilt.
Thought of the Day
- Encouragement, Goal, Motivation, Positivity, resolutions, Thought of the Day, Uncategorized
change, encouragement, hope, inspiration, motivation, positivity
- May 22, 2019
Seek first to understand, and then to be understood. ~Stephen Covey
A Woman Scorned
- change, children, Christianity, courage, Encouragement, family, fiancé, Forgiveness, Love, Motivation, Peace, Positivity, Relationships, sex, Stereotypes, strength, struggles, Uncategorized, wisdom
belief, blessings, children, Christianity, church, encouragement, faith, forgiveness, God, heart, inspiration, life, love, marriage, motivation, positivity, reality, relationships, spirituality, strength, struggles
- March 27, 2019
I was predestined by a group of nay-sayers to live a single life of punishment because of a deed I committed years ago, and a relationship that I should not have been involved with, but God turned my mess into my blessing and granted me favor.
8 Things My Parents’ Marriage Taught Me
- cheat, children, engagement, family, fiancé, fight, Forgiveness, friends, honesty, husband, lessons, Love, Marriage, parents, Prayer, quality, Relationships, spouse, strength, struggles, time, togetherness, Uncategorized, union, wife
cheat, children, engagement, family, fiancé, fight, forgiveness, friends, honesty, husband, lessons, love, marriage, parents, Prayer, quality, relationships, spouse, strength, struggles, Time, togetherness, union, wife
- March 16, 2019
Even though I’m no relationship expert, I’ve learned a few things over the years, through my parents’ marriage, and as I approach that milestone myself, there are a few pointers I discovered that are absolutely important to sustain a healthy union. 1. Never Go to Bed Upset Ok, I know after a while, that gets old and if your spouse …
The Pros & Cons of Oversaturated Television
Today, television caters to a plethora of viewers who have specific wants. With additional features like OnDemand, DVR, and streaming services like Netflix and Hulu, TV has become less scheduled and more streamlined towards a user’s needs.
The Hardest Thing I’ve Ever Done
- African American, courage, Encouragement, Goal, Motivation, Positivity, Relationships, Uncategorized
change, Christianity, comfort, Courgae, encouragement, life, motivation, peace, positivity, relationships
- July 24, 2018
The hardest thing I’ve ever done was…