Have you ever met someone, hit it off, had an AWESOME CONNECTION, then found out they aren’t quite single? What if you met someone you really like a lot but you’re not quite if you’re headed toward exclusivity? I address those issues in this post. I also give my thoughts on dating people aren’t divorced but aren’t married either (separated and don’t APPEAR to be reconciling anytime soon). Enjoy…
Have you ever called selfish for prioritizing things that are important to you? How about being called selfish because they can’t use you or take advantage of you. If you fit into either of these categories, this post is for you…
Many single people (especially women) have been asked this question. In this series of recordings, I discuss many topics that singles contemplating/meditating/brain farting/ etc. about marriage should think about. Or at least what I think about.
These posts aren’t number exactly right so please forgive any errors in order or labeling.
A few dating and romance coaches have recommended putting together a list of qualities you would like in a mate. I agree and in this posting I’ll share why…
This is part 2 of a topic I’ve posted about before. Hoe-ifying is a form of slut-shaming that assigns hoe-like characteristics to women for um….let me see, breathing basically. In Pt.2, I’m giving my thoughts on women being being “hoe-ified” for dating outside their ethnicity. I hope you this posting, but I also hope it challenges you to think about how mindsets like this violate your personal freedom as a woman.
Have you ever had men say “This is why you don’t have a man” or “I seen you’re SINGLE ” then this recording is for you. I’m sharing some thoughts about people (but especially men) who shame women for being single.
Have you ever been “hoe-ified”? Being “hoe-ified”is when someone attributes hoeishness to you based on activities that have nothing to do with your sexual activity. In this recording, I share a few thoughts about this attitude and it damages women’s sense of personal freedom.
How far should you go when compromising for the sake of a relationship? How much is too much to ask for the sake of love? Hear my thoughts on this topic.
Have you ever met someone who seemed to be the man/woman of your dreams. Same values, tastes, interests, etc. Then you get really into the relationship and they turn into someone else? I call this little phenomena MORPHING. Here’s a secret about “Morphers”, they haven’t changed into anyone else. Their real self is just emerging. And you’re finally seeing their horns