The Illiusion of STRENGTH

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One of the biggest issues many of us face in our relationships as African Americans is the stigma of always needing to be strong. Most really have no idea what true strength involves. We sometimes throw being strong into our self-description; along with titles Read more

Intimacy

Intimacy

When you hear the word intimacy, what comes to mind? Most people equate intimacy to sex or some physical act between two lovers. However, true intimacy has very little to do with sex. In order to build strong foundations in Read more

The Black Family: Where the Real Revolution Begins

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For those who know me personally, you will know that I am passionate about a few things: my 7 year old son Kaidyn, my family, the current state of Blacks in our society, as well as my spiritual growth and Read more

Fall in Love With Reality Not Potential

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One of the biggest mistakes people of color make pertaining to dating and relationships is our tendency to date a person’s potential over the reality of who they are. Disappointment is the result or the effect of not believing a person’s actions the Read more