Sunday, February 16, 2020


Having A Girls’ Get-Together.

February 14, 2020 by  
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Tweet (ThySistas.com) Having a girls’ night out or night in is always a fun time to look forward to. It can be a great stress reliever from work, kids, and other things going on in your personal life. Movies, snacks, and gossip are a few of several things that you can do to relax and […]

Working Through Depression.

February 14, 2020 by  
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There is no right or wrong way to handle depression, but acknowledging its presence is a start. It’s important to have a strong support system that can help move you through the day when you feel things spiraling. Jobs are not always kind to those dealing with mental illness. It seems co-worker’s kind the triggers and trip them on purpose which makes the work environment combative for the person trying to function with depression. Having that person you can call, or text is always a help. Never let someone make you feel you are lazy, inadequate, or subpar because you are battling with depression. This doesn’t make you weak. Everyone has something they must work through and depression is just you challenge to overcome. You are a work in progress as is every person on this planet.

Stop Moving on Without Healing.

February 13, 2020 by  
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Healing is a wonderful thing, but it requires patience and it will not be an easy path. Facing the things that harm us is not easy. Removing the power hurtful people have in our life is difficult as some of them are people we love. However, no matter the difficulty we must make healing a priority. We can’t keep moving without it because in that space moving forward is a delusion as we are going nowhere fast. Trying to move without healing just guarantees we are going to hurt ourselves…and possibly someone else.

If All Men Cheat All Women Cheat.

February 13, 2020 by  
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If you agree…understand this same position equally applies. We can’t speak of equality in any aspect they pick and choose where it applies. Double standards are a hinderance to progress regardless of where they apply. The bottom line is all men do not cheat, and all women do not cheat. There are people in the world that cheat and it’s a trash move. No one man nor woman deserves to have their trust violated. No one deserved to give their all only to be made to feel less than, and to be taken advantage of. You don’t deserve what that man did to you. There is a man out there that doesn’t deserve what that woman did to him. If neither side can’t see the person if front of them because of their past they need to consider healing before they hurt someone.  The narrative on pain doesn’t belong to just women nor men. Sistas we must fight the urge to lose principle because of the pain we’ve endured.

Home Buying Tips for Parents.

February 12, 2020 by  
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Tweet (ThySistas.com) Imagine you have just found the house of your dreams, with all the windows and views in the right places. However, you are also raising a family and you realize that the stairs are not kid-friendly or the master bedroom is far out of reach of the children. What if an emergency crops […]

Teach Your Son.

ALL of our children are precious gifts from the Creator. They all deserve love, peace, protection, and rearing. They must all be taught respect, value, proper interaction with another human being, how to work through trauma in a productive way….and to keep THEIR ands to themselves. Let’s stop making this a one sided argument and keep the same level of expectation and standards for our beautiful little girls and boys so that they become the strength of a people together.

My Anxiety Requires Cleaning.

February 7, 2020 by  
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Talking to a therapist can also help you identify the root of your anxiety which will determine what activities help you cope and survive the day. More days than not my home looks like I might have OCD because I find myself cleaning what has already been cleaned. However, I am learning to give myself the grace I give others and that’s okay. if you live with anxiety what are some things you have found to help you get through the day?

If She Doesn’t Hear You Walk Away.

Of course, you want to communicate in a manner that isn’t hard or off putting. You can even understand a bit of confusion as usually you are the support, but it shouldn’t cause a fight. You shouldn’t have to defend your character nor person. If you do realize you are in a one-sided relationship that doesn’t care to support you. It is hurtful and can add to what you are already facing. When the dust settles re-evaluate the nature of the relationship. Because if your sistah is not willing to hear what you need from her in a crisis you might need to walk away because one day she will be the crisis.

A War America’s Never Seen.

February 7, 2020 by  
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This is not a call to live in fear. It’s a call to learn more about this situation without cracking a joke. Don’t just blow it off as we’ve been at war in the Middle East for what feels like forever. Take the time to learn about our foreign affairs. You are a citizen and citizenship has responsibilities…being informed should be among them. Know that our soldiers will be put in harm’s way…they are someone’s children, spouse, parent, sibling, and friend…don’t take the threat to their life as a joke. There is a war American has never seen…and I pray she never does.

Why We Mourn Kobe Bryant.

We mourn because we didn’t get to see this man evolve into the next stage of greatness he was set to purse. When we look at him we can think of all the people, and children, we loss too soon. What they would have become is now a part of our imagination, and it hurts. Kobe Bryant is greatness personified…but he was far from finished, and his loss will be felt for a long time.

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