Wednesday, September 22, 2021


Motherhood

Breastfeed or Nah? Breastfeed or Nah?

(ThySistas.com) After I had my first son, I was elated to be at the end and beginning of a journey that has been a rollercoaster ride so far. Carrying... 


Raising our Children in a Pandemic. Raising our Children in a Pandemic.

(ThySistas.com) 2020 has been fraught with challenges and obstacles that none of us saw coming. This year produced more disastrous events, man-made and... 


Many Parents are Not Complaining. Many Parents are Not Complaining.

(ThySistas.com) School is starting all over the country and it is a very different start. Some places have students in the classrooms, some schools are... 


Children Alter Your Life. Children Alter Your Life.

(ThySistas.com) Children are a wonderful gift. They bring a joy that is unspeakable, but with that they alter various aspects of your life. Everything... 


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Relationship Talk

The Most Creative and Unforgettable Covid Wedding Ideas. The Most Creative and Unforgettable Covid Wedding Ideas.

(ThySistas.com) “All is fair in love and war.” The coronavirus may be going through the Greek alphabet like a gladius through butter, but it can’t... 


You are More Than Waiting On Him. You are More Than Waiting On Him.

(ThySistas.com) Patience in a relationship is a virtue. Understanding can go a long way, especially since every situation won’t be perfect…life tends... 


When Sisters War, Children Pay. When Sisters War, Children Pay.

(ThySistas.com) I was once told that for a family to grow, and generations to properly connect, the women in the family must get along. I admit that kind... 


Perception is Everything. Perception is Everything.

(ThySistas.com) I look at them both and marvel that I was blessed to have them. Giving birth to children is a blessing and privilege that not every woman... 


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News

Working Women – 5 Facts That May Surprise You About Women in the Workforce. Working Women – 5 Facts That May Surprise You About Women in the Workforce.

(ThySistas.com) The importance of diversity in the workplace cannot be understated. While your grandmother, mother, or even a single episode of Mad Men will tell you that things have improved greatly over the last few decades, the push for equality is far from over. In honor of all the women who’ve gotten us this far and all those who are furthering the push for change, here are five facts everyone... [Read more of this review]


He Needs to Get His Own Gaming Account. He Needs to Get His Own Gaming Account.

(ThySistas.com) I have loved video games for years. I remember the joy of getting my first Nintendo; it seems as though that joy has stayed with me for what feels like a lifetime. Gaming has always been a safe space where I can think or work out the challenges I’m facing. When my illness doesn’t allow me to be as mobile as I’d like my consoles tend to keep me company. Online gaming opened up... [Read more of this review]


Narcissistic Behavior Can Be Contagious. Narcissistic Behavior Can Be Contagious.

(ThySistas.com) Narcissists are toxic individuals to any space they inhabit. They can make you feel like you are wrong, unworthy, and problematic when the real problem is them. They find a way to make every situation about them in some way. When they can’t place themselves within the situation, they do one better and chance the discussion so no they are sitting at the center of attention. When you... [Read more of this review]


You are More Than Waiting On Him. You are More Than Waiting On Him.

(ThySistas.com) Patience in a relationship is a virtue. Understanding can go a long way, especially since every situation won’t be perfect…life tends to just happen. It’s important to give the grace you want to receive. In the same train of thought it is wonderful to have a man in your life that you can prioritize. It’s amazing when you get that wonderful feeling all over when you get his random... [Read more of this review]


It’s Different When the Victim is You. It’s Different When the Victim is You.

(ThySistas.com) When discussing an issue that can have a broad spectrum it’s easier to remain objective. As someone that studies history, the dark parts of the black experience are definitely angering…but to do the work justice there has to be an objective perspective. When we talk about subjects like slavery, the topic can be discussed, for many, without tears and immediate triggers because though... [Read more of this review]


When Sisters War, Children Pay. When Sisters War, Children Pay.

(ThySistas.com) I was once told that for a family to grow, and generations to properly connect, the women in the family must get along. I admit that kind of seemed bias to me growing up, but when I sat back and watched the movement in my own family, I had to admit the statement had some truth. However, when I was exposed to the in-fighting of families I knew I came to understand there was more truth... [Read more of this review]


Perception is Everything. Perception is Everything.

(ThySistas.com) I look at them both and marvel that I was blessed to have them. Giving birth to children is a blessing and privilege that not every woman gets to enjoy. I have seen countless videos and heard numerous stories of women who have been trying their entire marriage (no matter how long) to conceive and it finally happens or did not. It is a moment of jubilation especially if it has been a... [Read more of this review]


Prepare For the Storms. Prepare For the Storms.

(ThySistas.com) There are times we will do battle with various kinds of storms in our life, and truth be told we were blindsided. We never saw the situation coming. One would be thinking while, in the thick of the storm, if only I could have prepared for this situation. How is it the Spirit and Ancestors didn’t tell me this calamity was on its way to my doorstep? Many things go through the mind while... [Read more of this review]


Mommy Issues are Just as Devastating. Mommy Issues are Just as Devastating.

(ThySistas.com) I was once told that there is no love like that of a mother. I was told “Mother is God in the eyes of a child”. It was explained to me that one of the reasons Mother’s Day is so important is because a mother does for her child what no other human being can do…carry them in her body and give birth to them. Mom risks her life to bring her child into this world. Mom is the first... [Read more of this review]


Daddy Issues. Daddy Issues.

(ThySistas.com) Growing up, my father and I had a distant relationship. We were always in each other’s peripherals but never really connected. It has been a source of pain for me that I didn’t realize until I got married, started a family, and began to reconnect with him. I never knew that one relationship could have such a major impact on my life. I knew that psychologists place a huge emphasis... [Read more of this review]


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