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Nevermind, I’ll Find Someone Like You


https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=NtFWwvhc_V8#! “Nevamind I’ll find someone like you, I wish nothing but the best for you two…. don’t forget me, I beg, I’ll remember you said, sometimes it lasts in love, and sometimes it hurts instead.” This part of the famous … Continue reading

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Love and Relationships: How to Develop Good Communication


I think people have a misconception that when you get married, you have arrived. In fact, I think we believe that about everything. We don’t see life as a constant but as a destination. So, we want to get out … Continue reading

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Stalking Stuffers: What You Can Do To Disappear When You Are Being Stalked In Stages


Let’s be completely honest, either you have been a stage one stalker or you have been stalked at the stage one level at some point in your life. When people are soul-tied, emotionally connected to one another, who may not … Continue reading

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Ten Reasons You Should Attend Family Counseling – To Create a Family Vision


To Create a Vision The bible says that without vision the people perish. It also says that you should write your vision and make it plain. When business owners get a vision of how they want to provide a service, … Continue reading

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It’s so Amazing to be Loved


This song is dedicated to my sweetheart. This love is amazing and I love you more each and every day. This is the song that kept coming to me as we first began dating and it is indeed so amazing … Continue reading

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The Heart of the Matter: My Letter to a Battered Woman


The Heart of the Matter I was reading a writing that my daughter wrote the other day, referencing a song we both love, The Heart of the Matter by one of our favorite artists, India Arie. As a parent you … Continue reading

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RE: Matrimony, Who should Pop the Question?


Here we are, around the beginning of the year where everyone wants to start new with resolutions, relationships, and many wanting to move ahead in their relationship. Some of you are tired of waiting for the ring, and in 2012 … Continue reading

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Teenager talks openly about Sex and Peer Pressure


I am a Fourteen year old black female who has decided to start doing a weekly topic of discussion; this will display my views and allow you to respond. Today I’d just like to express how I feel on a … Continue reading

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Can Married People Work Together?


Let’s talk about relationships! It seems to be everyone’s favorite subject whether they want to admit it or not. We have to relate to others and discovering how to co-exist is vitally important to our spiritual, mental, physical and especially … Continue reading

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11 Questions about SEX that you should ask – part three


8. Can we say NO to eachother? Wow…I hate having to include this question because honestly, I have never said no to my significant other, NEVER. I can remember times when I had a headache or was not feeling well. … Continue reading

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11 Questions about SEX that you should ask – part two


Let’s continue… 4. Are you willing to compromise? We all have relationship non-negotiables. Compromise is a word that sometimes makes women feel degraded or voiceless. When women compromise many times it is for the good or happiness of someone else … Continue reading

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Chilling Conversations


Today was a day reserved for improvisational conversation between me and my teenage daughter. She would never sense that what she shares would make me feel uncomfortable or that I want to jump into her defense and start beating up … Continue reading

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How to ask for what you REALLY want: A Quick Relationship Guide


The last few hours of 2010 were met with great wisdom and I caught it on tape. Princess of Controversy, a woman of many gifts shared some borrowed wisdom from an article in this month’s edition of O Magazine. For … Continue reading

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