Tuesday, July 23, 2019


Why Does She Continue to Stay?

The priority to help women in abusive relationships is to let them maintain power and control in their decision making.  They already have a partner telling them what to do and when to do it.  So don’t be that friend, family member or resource that’s barking orders at them.  Instead, be that support system that they need in that moment and crisis and respect whatever decision they make, even when you don’t agree with it.  Call the national domestic violence hotline (800)799-7233 for more resources and information specifically for your city, town or state.

Check on Your Strong Friend.

The sisters that stand by us no matter what we face, nor what they are dealing with, are a true blessing to our life. Never allow her to forget how much of a blessing she is to you, her family, and her community.

Do Something Different.

Sisters, if we demand this from children, we must show them the way by living this very same principle.  Start with self, and the different will come.

Choose Happiness This Year.

You will decide on many things in 2019…allow happiness to be your choice. Take this area of control back from the world because it belongs to you, and you alone.

Collaboration Over Competition.

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Collaboration over competition starts with shifting your mindset to view another woman as your sister and not your predator.  As women united we can stand proud, once we’re divided we shall and will fall.

What Equality Looks Like in a Healthy Relationship.

You can always call the National Domestic Violence Hotline to identify local service providers and shelters in your area if you are in immediate danger.  The hotline number is (800)799-7233.

Let Him Lead.

If you find, or have, the brother that can lead with strength and compassion…let him. You mind, spirit and health will thank you.

To Submit.

Submitting is hard work but if anyone can overcome it’s the black woman, the mother of civilization.

Yes, Motherhood is Hard.

Many of us have had children unexpectedly, and yes that includes married woman as married doesn’t always equal support, etc.

Why Do Women Compete with Each Other?

Women are unique, talented, strong and educated individually, what you bring to the table will always be different than another woman because there’s only one you and there’s no need to compete with each other.

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