Boundaries in Relatability: Obligation Versus Honesty

This blog post is actually inspired by a conversation I had about 15 minutes ago. All of my blogs are automatically posted to my Twitter account. The inspiration for this blog follows my Twitter ( I think) so they may or may not read this. If they do: Thank you for the inspiration. One of … Continue reading Boundaries in Relatability: Obligation Versus Honesty

The Fluidity of Friendship

I will be honest-I wrote about friendship years ago, so this may be somewhat redundant. Since I have been evolving, my thought process on pretty much EVERYTHING has also changed, especially how I view friendships. Friendship used to be a very rigid concept; if there wasn't a certain level of frequency and duration in communication … Continue reading The Fluidity of Friendship

Change the Narrative

I have been blessed to walk this terrain. I get the opportunity to encourage women (and men) to change their life narrative; to break curses over their lives placed upon them by negative social conditioning. There is freedom is being able to balance and navigate life without the shackles of feeling less than enough because … Continue reading Change the Narrative

Jealousy-A Flip Side Perspective-Part II

If you haven't read Part I, read that first. In the last blog, I presented an alternative to behaviors that are commonly read as jealousy. I also acknowledged that although jealousy is not as prevalent as people claim, it DOES exist. There are individuals that no matter how awesome you may be to someone, they … Continue reading Jealousy-A Flip Side Perspective-Part II

Jealousy: A Flip Side Perspective —Part I

I have been waiting to write this prose. Let's get into it. Jealousy is an age old construct in relationships. A relationship can range from intimate/close friendships to an associate/I know you but we are not close level. Typically, the jealousy construct is most often seen in close friendships. Let's benchmark this classic example: We … Continue reading Jealousy: A Flip Side Perspective —Part I