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Self Love

What they didn’t tell you about relationships, self-help and self-love

By | Personal Development, Self Love | 5 Comments

Here’s the thing.

What the self-help books, enlightened folk, and sages of our day may not always tell you is that once you get healed…

Once your eyes are opened…

Once you’re no longer seeing and reacting to life through the lens of your past hurt…

That some of the relationships you forged in your hurt state, don’t suit you … Read more...

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What Really Happens In The Bathroom?

By | Core Living, Healthy Living, I Love Me, Self Love | No Comments

When you think of a bathroom, rather public or private, many different things or events may come to mind. It is a place designed and known for relieving oneself, showering or bathing, or beautifying oneself. More recent, the bathroom has become known as a place for checking missed calls, perusing through emails, or checking text messages. But for most women, … Read more...

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‘Dear Body’: An Emotionally Drained Fat Girl’s Truce and Love Letter to Her Body

By | Healthy Living, Self Love | 2 Comments

My fat days were coming to an end as the curvy body positivity movement started to make its away into our social media feeds and onto our TVs. There was Gabourey Sidibe’s sexy love scene on the TV show ‘Empire.’ Ashley Graham, a plus-sized model, graced the cover of Sports Illustrated Magazine—the swimsuit edition! Then curvy yoga became a thing … Read more...

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Loving Me Means I Get To Speak My Truth

By | I Love Me, Self Love, This Woman Knows | 3 Comments

Here’s what I know for sure…when you’re non-confrontational and a little bit of a passive aggressive…people will speak all manner of crazy to you because they know you won’t verbally respond. They may have their work/project sabotaged later but you wouldn’t dare speak your mind because somehow it’s not Christ-like to be confrontational but sabotage/getting even is OK?

If you’re … Read more...

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Loving Me Means Forgiving You

By | I Love Me, Self Love, This Woman Knows | 2 Comments

I don’t know of a single person who has not been hurt by another and needed to forgive.

Some infractions are minor; others are catastrophic like abuse or molestation.

That action violated us, wounded us and caused a flood of emotions like anger, revenge, sadness and despair.

Some actions against us caused deep pain and resulted in self-mutilation or self-hurt.… Read more...

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