Tweet (ThySistas.com) Strength is an interesting subject for black women. Our community expects a herculean kind of emotional, and supportive, strength. This has lead to suppression, depression and anger. I remember my grandmother cautioning me that “I can’t give people what I don’t have”. Many of us understand this in theory, but not in practice. […]
Tweet (ThySistas.com) I was having a random moment whereas a thought, and concept, captured me while the cascading waters of my shower acted as a temporal muse this morning. This subject is one that I’ve heard about growing up, have dealt with personally, talked about with friends, and now address as a social issue with […]
Tweet (ThySistas.com) It seems when the topic of prayer comes up, people immediately begin to speak on their religious and/or spiritual doctrine’s. Many people truly believe that prayer is only for those of a particular faith, they fail to realize that the prayers of those who recognize the laws of nature which govern us, are […]
Tweet (ThySistas.com) I am woman, hear me roar! Many women have come to embrace their femininity, most do so by wearing high heels shoes, makeup, playing dress up and other ‘visible’ things that state their womanliness. But just what is femininity? Femininity is defined as a set of attributes, behaviors and roles generally associated with […]
Natural Beauty: The New Emergence Of Self-Love And Self Acceptance Amongst Women Of African Descent.
Tweet (ThySistas.com) This human being, this vast and complex combination of pain and joy; solitary and forsaken, yet creator of all humanity; suffering, frustrated, and humiliated, and yet endless source of happiness for each one of us; this source of affection beyond compare, inspiring the most unexpected courage; this being called weak, but possessing untold […]