Wednesday, October 16, 2019


Admit Now or Cry Later.

October 15, 2019 by  
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I know the truth is a scary monster that can live under your bed, in spiders, or anything that you fear.  I avoided the truth for most of my life because I was afraid of what I would be unable to do. I did not want to admit that my childhood and upbringing made a difference in my adulthood. I had to admit that truth if I wanted to be a better person. Admitting the truth to yourself, however, can save you so much heartache and pain.  We do not have the ability to time travel…yet. Admit the truth now before you are dealing with more tears later. 

Where is the Love for Disabled Citizens.

October 15, 2019 by  
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They don’t understand I’m not lazy, but my body doesn’t comply with my desire to do so many things. The disability check sent barely allows me to survive…living is hard. Those realities are hard enough…but when I, and people like me, step out we are reminded that we are the “lepers” of this country. We are shunned and treated as less than by people that would have a fit if they are treated in live fashion. Where is the love for disabled citizen? We’re Americans too, right?

Coping With A Lived Medical Issue.

October 15, 2019 by  
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Tweet (ThySistas.com) Many of us experience a health issue from time to time, and this can be either a manageable or high-stress process depending on your individual needs. Many of us recover, but some may have their life altered dramatically. It’s during this time that we may find ourselves completely out of our depth, unsure […]

Sometimes Silence is the Answer.

October 6, 2019 by  
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Silence can be the answer in many situations given the circumstances. Choosing silence as an answer when it’s necessary doesn’t mean you are trading in your right to be heard and acknowledged. It means you know when fairness is needed, and when talking no longer serves a purpose. In this you are saving yourself from embarrassment in one area, and drama in another. In every instance you are valuing your metal health, and energy. Avoiding stressful toxic situations is always a positive move.

The Anger in Marriage Struggle Is Real…but NOT Impossible.

Going to sleep in any emotional state is very difficult because sleep is a time for your mind to rest and reset. Do not cheat your body and mind out of time to improve.  Do not allow anger to cause a divide between a relationship that may be a great part of your life.  Anger in marriage is difficult, but it is not impossible to overcome.

How To Run a Successful Pharmacy Business.

Tweet (ThySistas.com) There’s no shortage of profitable companies to run, but there is something that would-be entrepreneurs need to be aware of, and that is that a lot of currently successful industries may face hard times in the future. That is because of the changing nature of the world; the rise of AI and automation […]

Butters Saved My Skin.

September 23, 2019 by  
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My skin was healing, and the itching was disappearing as I was able to keep my skin moisturized. The butters saved my skin, and what was left of my self image physically. The situation taught me to look to culture, and think outside of the medical box when things go wrong with my body. Yes, I take medication for a lot, but where nature can heal it is welcome.

We Don’t Know the Blessing of Health Until it’s Gone.

September 23, 2019 by  
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Granted, I know accidents can happen beyond one’s control. However, too many loose health due to making bad choice, and that is what we should work to avoid. If I could talk to myself 20yrs ago I’d say girl slow down because if you don’t you will one day know a life by which you are married to pain until death do you part…literally.

The Hardest Black Conversation.

September 23, 2019 by  
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They also practiced empathy toward each other.  To this day, I am still friends with these people.  These people also give me hope that one day the hardest black conversation can happen without judgement and without fear.

Allow the Vulnerable to be Seen.

September 19, 2019 by  
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Take the time to open up about struggles you face when trying to help move your family forward. Doing this will not diminish your value nor strength in their eyes. It will allow them to see how hard you push past you to stand with them. Just as you want your family to know they don’t have to be perfect, you must show them the same thing in kind. This can help save relationships, and keep the peace.

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