self-pres·er·va·tion/ˈˌself ˌprezərˈvāSHən/nounthe protection of oneself from harm or death, especially regarded as a basic instinct in human beings and animals.“a sense of self-preservation cautioned her not to stick around”
There’s a saying, treat others the way you’d like to be treated – but so often the “others” can’t seem to live up to that standard when it comes to reciprocating the good vibes they receive, but more so I think the expectation that people are “supposed” to be good to us, because we areContinue reading “Stop Expecting You From People”
It’s nice to have friends you can party with, but can you pray with them too? Please note: I despise the term “friends” I’ve come to realize those bonds are easily broken. I’ve also come to grips with the fact I handle every connection like a relationship. I don’t do well with mediocre “connections”
If you are feeling down about your job – the path you are on, the fact that you are working for a company that does not appreciate you, if you’re feeling overworked, overwhelmed and under supported. Know you are NOT alone. This read may be for you…
Love Language + Understanding the way your partner communicates. Imagine what love would look like if we all loved in the same way, with the same conviction and discipline, the same level of over compensating affection or the exact opposite. We all love differently – We all speak it, show it & define it DIFFERENTLY.Continue reading “The Harsh Reality, Your Love Languages Won’t Be The Same.”
There is not shortcut to success. There is no special password or hidden message for you to one day figure out. Everything is work – hard work and sometimes tears. The fight to be seen and received & the fight to keep your passion and art alive.
The abuse that doesn’t always leave physical or evident cuts and bruises. The silent abuse. The abuse that isn’t identified as abuse simply because you aren’t left wounded and hurt.
Imagine being in a space so secure with yourself – your desire to heal, love and spread love has the ability to change the entire narrative surrounding (black) women.
How do we manage to get to a place where we acknowledge the things | people and situations that are unhealthy for us yet we continue to place our selves | our minds & our mental health at risk?