Did Chris Foester “Take A Knee” For Kijuana Nige?

2017-10-13T03:33:59+00:00 October 13th, 2017|Black Issues|

There is nothing new when it comes to lewd conduct within the NFL — be it drug abuse, domestic violence or inappropriate relationships. However, as the story about Chris Foester (offensive line coach for the Miami Dolphins) and Kijuana Nige (a Nevada model, originally from Kansas City) develops, there are questions raised. People want to [...]

Online Dating Vs. Organic Dating {Infographic}

2017-09-29T09:50:37+00:00 September 29th, 2017|Advice for Men, Advice for Women, Dating|

When it comes to meeting a new romantic prospect there are more options today than there were say three decades ago: Online dating, Dating Apps, Social Media, Meetups, Friends and Family, Social Gatherings or at Work.  Technology has created a new way for people to connect with other people, however I prefer good old fashioned [...]

Conscious Cocktails London

2017-09-29T10:16:14+00:00 September 27th, 2017|Advice for Men, Advice for Women, Inspiration, Single|

On September 25, 2017 – A brand new singles and friends networking event, Conscious Cocktails London, launched at M. Victoria.  The objective: to present an opportunity for singles busy London professionals meet and greet for a cause.  Attendees made new friends, connected with old friends and supported a cause in the process. “There [...]

How Can You Manifest The Relationship You Want?

2017-09-21T07:18:06+00:00 September 10th, 2017|Advice for Men, Advice for Women, Dating, Single|

Embed from Getty Images Most people misconstrue manifestation for “woo-woo magic,” however here's what manifestation is, and how it can help you manifest the relationship you want.  If you want to manifest an ideal relationship, your chances increase as you focus your attention on your intentions. Why? Because, when you are hyper-focused on something, your [...]

Why Is Violence Against Black Women Dismissed Or Ignored

2017-09-03T04:18:14+00:00 August 29th, 2017|Black Issues, Domestic Violence/Abuse|

Violence can affect any woman, anywhere in the world regardless of educational, economic or racial background. However, when violence against black women occurs, black women are often depicted as women who do not need help. Embed from Getty Images According to Feminista Jones, a mental-health social worker and feminist writer from New York City, statistically [...]

How To Regain Confidence After Divorce

2017-07-22T08:18:05+00:00 July 22nd, 2017|Divorce Advice|

Life after a divorce can be painful, mostly because ending a relationship with someone you once cared about feels like a loss, and let's face it losses hurt. However, life does go on, and eventually the pain of losing your loved one does go away. For some people moving forward after a divorce might be [...]

How To Recognize An Abusive Relationship

2017-07-22T08:16:25+00:00 July 22nd, 2017|Domestic Violence/Abuse|

Embed from Getty Images In my last blog, I wrote a piece addressing the differences between a healthy and unhealthy relationship. And, while I discussed the dynamics between the two types of relationships, some people were confused as to why I talked about abusive relationships when I addressed unhealthy relationships. So, in this [...]

Is Your Relationship Healthy Or Unhealthy?

2017-07-22T07:04:09+00:00 July 22nd, 2017|Domestic Violence/Abuse|

Embed from Getty Images There are only two types of relationships: a healthy relationship or an unhealthy relationship. However, since most people do not know how to recognize a healthy relationship vs. an unhealthy relationship until they are in a really bad relationship, I am going to show you the differences below: Healthy [...]

Who Benefits From The Black Women’s Hair Controversy?

2017-08-29T04:43:54+00:00 June 14th, 2017|Black Issues|

The "roots"are not the problem What is this obsession surrounding black women's hair?  I am getting so fed up with the "Black Hair" issue. Who really benefits from these incessant black hair debates? There are bans across America in schools, places of employment, and institutions, that state that an African, Pan-African, or "Black" woman [...]

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