Black Women and Self Worth.
(ThySistas.com) From bad bitches to baby mamas, black women seem to embrace and honor disrespect from men and society at large, so much so that since will even give an explanation to why is okay to call themselves such names.
One lady I spoke with told me that bad bitch was a compliment to her.
Is there any wonder that black men see it fitting to tell the world that black women are the least among... [Read more of this review]
Love with All of Your Heart.
(ThySistas.com) Sisters life can be scary, and uncertain. We see the worst of it every time we turn on the news or log on to social media. Many of us have loved to some degree, and lost. Some of us have seen sisters so badly hurt by love that we write it off. Due to experiences, and testimony of others, many of us are skeptical of love and being emotionally attached to any individual. This is why... [Read more of this review]
Betrayal is Never an Option.
(ThySistas.com) In life we face many challenges that tend to put us in compromising positions. However, our integrity as women is hinged on what we will or will not do without fail. For many of us 2016 was harsh, and trying. Having a set of principles in place will help you make decisions that will keep you far away from betrayal. It is widely known that it can be difficult for women to form strong... [Read more of this review]
Three Black Women Billionaires You Haven’t Heard Of.
(ThySistas.com) Many think Oprah Winfrey is the only rich black woman to hit Forbes list. But she is surrounded by other powerful black women who are just as powerful as her. Here are three black billionaire women who have established themselves as leading lights in media, politics, philanthropy and business.
Hajia Bola Shagaya- Net Worth 8.2 Billion
Hajia Bola Shagaya is the managing director of... [Read more of this review]
5 Major Lessons of 2016.
(ThySistas.com) As the year comes to an end, I enjoy cocktails and conversations on the lessons learned throughout the year. Consider it a self-evaluation, one that requires a level of accountability over one’s growth. It is the norm in America to set New Year’s Resolution each year, the more unrealistic the better. Imagine how solid your resolutions would be if you set them after evaluating your... [Read more of this review]
5 Ways to Make Your Body Feel Better Than It Looks.
(ThySistas.com) It is typical New Year behavior in the United States of America to begin the year with a resolution to lose weight. I know numerous friends who set weight loss as a goal for the year, attained the goal by the middle of the year yet were back where they started as the year ended. I’m convinced this is because we put more emphasis on the way we look rather than on the way we feel.... [Read more of this review]
Define Your Motherhood.
(ThySistas.com) Society has so much to say to women about what we should be. It tells us how to walk, think, eat, dress, when to have kids, if we should have kids…and what kind of mother we should be. Part of the difficulty of womanhood is so many imposed ideals that have nothing to do with who we are as individuals. If we are not careful we will find ourselves trying to fit into a box made by many... [Read more of this review]
Men Require Appreciation Too.
(ThySistas.com) As women we know that life can be stressful especially when you have a family. There are many days that we go and do for our family, and the days just run together. Our day’s start, and end when its dark outside. We sacrifice a lot for our family, and sometimes we would appreciate it if our family would acknowledge our contribution. It can become very hard to give so much with not... [Read more of this review]
How To Recover From “Mr. Wrong”.
(ThySistas.com) We all know how easy it is to find Mr. Wrong, at the time it seems he is the right guy because he simply does everything to wow you and win you over. It is no easy task to get over someone that you have built with or envisioned your future with. We as women have to realize just because we have encountered this heartbreak that it is not the end of the world. The only healthy way to... [Read more of this review]
Are Black Feminists Man Haters?
(ThySistas.com) The definition of Black feminism is a school of thought which argues that sexism, class oppression, gender identity and racism are inextricably bound together. The way these concepts relate to each other is called intersectionality. Feminism at its core is a movement to abolish the inequalities women face. The Combahee River Collective argued in 1974 that the liberation of black women... [Read more of this review]
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