You will not have to lie to yourself for love.
Admitting what I once allowed was one of the hardest things I have ever done ...
Healing Over Everything is a lifelong journey and healing over toxic relationships is removing a road block to your purpose.
What is normal?” To me, our normal is unnatural. It’s not about dressing provocatively or enjoying sex, it is about how little we require of men. We give it up for cheap... money, compliments, attention, company... we should at least give it to a man who adores us, who cherishes our soul and takes the … Continue reading Let’s Talk About Sex: Part 2
In most of my past relationships, I have been the one building and sustaining the love, trust, and intimacy. I would give my time, energy, money, and my heart in my relationships because I value making my-love, feel loved and appreciated. In most cases, this behavior is not viewed negatively. There is nothing wrong with … Continue reading 5 Reasons Women Lose Themselves in Relationships
I don't miss you, I miss who I thought you were. I miss the dream... The daydreams of you holding me tight as I fall asleep in your arms. The romantic trips we never took. Your eyes burning with desire for me. The thoughts I had of us living happily-ever-after... Our wedding day... Date nights... … Continue reading Missing a dream
When your betrayal is quiet, the hurt is deeper. Not quiet as in "cannot hear" or "softly" but quiet as in silent, direct pain... sobering pain... absolute truth pain, designed to break me. You creep into my heart and steal it as you fade away. A distant thought as to how I could allow myself to … Continue reading Almost.
Love = Acceptance & Understanding
How do you know if he wants a friend-with-benefits or a girlfriend? I'll tell you...
Sometimes, as women, we allow men to take advantage of the nurturer within us. It is not difficult for a woman to show compassion, love, and willingness to a man, but we do this at the expense of losing who we are. As Steve Harvey stated in response to a Strawberry Letter on the Steve … Continue reading Addiction: A poem