Christmas Eve is my great grandmother's birthday. She had five children and would make breakfast for her children in the morning. Her kids and family would be busy during the day. Quite often, they did not get a chance to eat the breakfast until the evening (at least that's the story that was told to … Continue reading We Are One
Have you written down the list? You know which one I am talking about. The list of things you want in a mate. The wish list of romance. The list of hopes and dreams of love. I haven't written that list. A few weeks ago I was talking with Dr. Joan about love and whatnot … Continue reading The List
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Getting into a doctoral program was the most exciting part of my educational journey because there was a time when I felt that it was an unobtainable goal. After all, I was kicked out of school due to poor grades, and the president of the institution told me I wasn’t "college material" and that I … Continue reading “You Are Built For This”: Countering Imposter Syndrome
Greetings all, Today's friendship post comes just after the 1-year anniversary of the release of Beyoncé's iconic #Lemonade. While an exhaustive review of this body of work is beyond the scope of this post, I wanted to use Beyoncé and Serena's friendship as a metaphor for other Black women's friendships. Now, we do not know if … Continue reading All of this winning…*Beyonce’ Voice*
Our Dearest Sista Joy, Repeat after us: I deserve love. I deserveD better. This is NOT and was NOT my fault. Say these words. Write them. Post them. Text them. Tweet them. Remember them. We know that nothing we're about to say will bring you immediate resolution. For that, we offer our apologies... But some of … Continue reading An Open Letter to Joy Lane
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