Monday, April 19, 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

How to Make Time for Your Partner. How to Make Time for Your Partner.

(ThySistas.com) We are all so busy with our lives that sometimes it’s hard to make time for your partner. Sometimes, we neglect our partner’s for logical... 


Green with Envy. Green with Envy.

(ThySistas.com) When we found out there would be a new addition to our family, it was a little frightening, to say the least. It wasn’t the news... 


Little Luxuries – 6 Romantic Ways To Treat Your Partner. Little Luxuries – 6 Romantic Ways To Treat Your Partner.

(ThySistas.com) Feeling a little loved up? Wanting to shower the object of your affection with something a little more special than gas station flowers... 


How to Speak His Love Language. How to Speak His Love Language.

(ThySistas.com) According to Gary Chapman’s book, The 5 Love Languages, there are five key emotional ways that couples speak and understand each... 


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News

Let Them Have the WAS. Let Them Have the WAS.

(ThySistas.com) How many preachers have you heard say the following statement:  “I am not who I wanna be, but I am better than who I used to be?”  If you are anything like me, the answer to that question is A LOT.  There is always some sermon that discusses how people expect you to be one person, but you have changed.  You have decided to not put “New wine into old wineskins” (Matthew 9:14-17).... [Read more of this review]


6 Ways to Empower Women. 6 Ways to Empower Women.

(ThySistas.com) March is marked as International Women’s Month. People celebrate the importance of women in the community. However, this should not only be done once a month. Women should be complimented and empowered every time of the year.  Here are five ways you can empower women in your life: 1. Support local women entrepreneurs. In the business industry, women’s capabilities are often underestimated.... [Read more of this review]


Eat, Eat. Eat, Eat.

(ThySistas.com) There was a time that I could hand my son a fried mushroom and he would ask for a bowl. If I tried that now, they would probably end up on the floor. Through the past two, going on three, years as a newbie parent there have been moments that have tested my patience and expanded my knowledge. It has made me learn to pay special attention to the little things when it comes to my children.... [Read more of this review]


Not on the Seat! Not on the Seat!

(ThySistas.com) It is one of the most essential functions that you must master. Your parents spend countless hours worrying about it and when you finally get the hang of it their lives are made just a tad easier. No, it’s not driving, far simpler. It is a task that when you first see it seems so daunting and scary. To some it seems like the only thing you can control so you manipulate it. I’m... [Read more of this review]


How to Make Time for Your Partner. How to Make Time for Your Partner.

(ThySistas.com) We are all so busy with our lives that sometimes it’s hard to make time for your partner. Sometimes, we neglect our partner’s for logical reasons like working, raising children or taking care of our elderly parents. Although those are all great reasons, you still need to make the effort to spend time with your partner. A busy schedule is not an excuse to ignore or neglect your partner.... [Read more of this review]


Rebirth of a Black Woman. Rebirth of a Black Woman.

(ThySistas.com) Transformation is defined by Merriam Webster as an act, process, or instance of transforming or being transformed. There have been plenty of self-help books on the subject as well as spiritual retreats. Black women are constantly told we need to change or remake ourselves. When I was a child, I would hear about older women in the church going to “Woman Thou Art Loosed” and always... [Read more of this review]


So Now You’re Interested. So Now You’re Interested.

(ThySistas.com) College was an issue on both sides of my family. Either you went to college, started a job, or went to the military. In most African American homes, these are the options given to our children upon graduation. There are parents who would rather their child start their own business, so they are never in the never-ending work grind. However, in black households, certain colleges hold... [Read more of this review]


Five Ways to Build Your Confidence. Five Ways to Build Your Confidence.

(ThySistas.com) I used to be that woman who couldn’t look people in the eyes when I talked to them because my self-esteem was so low and I’m naturally a shy person. As I’ve aged, I’ve become more humble and even more shy in a crowded room. I fought hard to maintain a peaceful life and have mastered building my confidence back up after a failed marriage years ago. Through it... [Read more of this review]


Butterfly, Butterfly, Please Come Out. Butterfly, Butterfly, Please Come Out.

(ThySistas.com) Change has been a theme in my life for the last year. Some good, some bad, but change, nonetheless. It has been joyous and painful, yet it needs to happen for maturation to occur. As a woman, there are times when we feel stuck in transition. When we are children, it is simply put as, “Not a girl, not yet a woman“. Our mental and physical beings are stuck in a shift where... [Read more of this review]


Green with Envy. Green with Envy.

(ThySistas.com) When we found out there would be a new addition to our family, it was a little frightening, to say the least. It wasn’t the news we were expecting to hear but a new baby usually brings feelings of excitement. If you are already blessed with one, then you know the feeling I’m talking about. It was a dream until Baby No. 2 was born and Big Brother started noticing some differences.... [Read more of this review]


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