Support According to Her Needs.
(ThySistas.com) One of the best things about having a strong sister circle is knowing you are never alone. This manner of support system is necessary for black women to heal, rise and thrive. Of course, in our circle we may find that we can relate to a sister or two more as they may have shared the same experience, or we just know their family. These bonds tend to help us refrain from isolation, which... [Read more of this review]
Slow Down: You Just Met Him.
(ThySistas.com) Being single has its perks, but many of us see it as a season on our way to a healthy relationship. There is absolutely nothing wrong with acknowledging one is tired of being single, and ready to start actively dating. With that being said, it is wise to be realistic, and careful. Sound relationships are not built overnight, and they cannot be based in fear. Why mention fear? The fear... [Read more of this review]
Rituals Work: A Meditation for Clarity and Creating New Possibilities.
(ThySistas.com) Before we begin, let me explain what I mean when I use the word “ritual”. Many people panic when they hear the word, interestingly it brings up negative feelings and fear for many although they partake in various rituals throughout the day. A ritual is a practice, something that you intentionally do in order to reap a positive outcome. For example, your daily tooth brushing ritual... [Read more of this review]
6 Ways to Find Balance in Work and Everyday Life.
(ThySistas.com) We as individuals spend so much time at work. In general most of us spend a large part of the day at work. There needs to be a balance with work and our after work life. We need to be able to still do the things we enjoy after work. It’s also important to take care of ourselves unplug and not take things so seriously on our down time. But first down time needs to be made.
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5 Ways Arguments Can Improve Your Relationship.
(ThySistas.com) In a relationship, two people who are essentially different individuals come together and most times conflict is not only inevitable, it is healthy. Some relationship experts suggest that couples who are not afraid to disagree, argue and discuss issues on a regular basis have a more happy and healthier relationship than those who hold everything in until it is time to explode.
It is... [Read more of this review]
5 Ways to Get Back to the Basics: Courtship and Traditional Dating.
(ThySistas.com) If you’re single, you will likely find yourself assessing and reassessing your love life. Your Instagram and Facebook feed full of perfectly filtered photos of roses, chocolates and TMI kisses will be a constant reminder that you are not in love and not in a relationship. But don’t fret, just get back to the basics of traditional courtship and dating here is how:
1. Only Court... [Read more of this review]
Soul Talk: Cleansing from the Inside Out.
(ThySistas.com) It is impossible to fly with dead weight attached, nonetheless most of us still choose to carry unnecessary emotional, mental, spiritual, and physical baggage. We say that we want to go higher and deeper in our faith, yet we refuse to “let go” of the beliefs, thoughts, feelings, and guilt that no longer suits us.
The emotional baggage could be feelings of guilt for past mistakes... [Read more of this review]
5 Ways to Spice up the Bedroom.
(ThySistas.com) Keeping a sexual relationship alive takes some work – that’s no secret. Be it lack of imagination, energy, time or just every day stuff – there’s always something that’s going to get in the way of what you’d want to do in the bedroom. It’s like with time you get comfortable with doing things a certain way and you get stuck with a routine that’s not usually the sizzling... [Read more of this review]
April Reading List for Uplifting Black Women.
(ThySistas.com) Spring is finally here and this means that it is time to spring clean off the book shelf and get some new reads. You spring clean your home and your life now it’s time to feed the sole with some uplifting and encouraging words. It’s very difficult to find uplifting reads for Black women. So this April reading list will help all Black women do just that, empower and uplift the spirit.
1. Acts... [Read more of this review]
When Women of God Pray, Things Change.
(ThySistas.com) So let God work his will in you. Yell a loud no to the Devil and watch him scamper. Say a quiet yes to God and he’ll be there in no time. Quit dabbling in sin. Purify your inner life. Quit playing the field. Hit bottom, and cry your eyes out. The fun and games are over. Get serious, really serious. Get down on your knees before the Master; it’s the only way you’ll get on your... [Read more of this review]
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