Saturday, November 26, 2022


Last I Checked You Aren’t God.

There are too many that deem themselves so “taught of the Lord” that there is blatant misinterpretation of scripture for the purpose of getting someone(s) to do and live as those teaching feel they should. This completely unnecessary. God’s Word doesn’t need assistance. People deserve better

Don’t Call Me Sistah.

Sometimes you get to a place in life where the title of sistah must be taken off the table. No one is perfect; we all make mistakes. Relationships have their moments, and sisterhood is no different.

Dead to Wanting to Fit.

I’m dead to wanting to fit, and I strongly suggest you do the same. Be advised it doesn’t fix the situations and differences that exist. However, you are moving authentically so the rest will take care of itself.

The Hypocrisy is Blinding.

It is a corrosive disease that eats away at the foundation of any relationship. It is a gateway to soul deep lies, deception and manipulation. It is judgement in the most damaging form, and though it is easily seen…it’s hardly called out in a manner befitting the evil it intends.

Imagine If You Had to Manage More Than Self.

Listening to you feels like second nature, and so does wanting to do all she can to help you work past whatever challenges you face.

Friends Aren’t Relationship Placeholders.

When your sistahs come to you stating they need a moment…make time for the moment. The person that is new in your life would want you to have healthy relationships outside of themselves.

Mommy Issues are Just as Devastating.

Sistahs we can’t just hold men accountable to be good fathers…we ought not co-op Father’s Day as a time to drag terrible fathers versus celebrating good fathers if we don’t want that energy on Mother’s Day, and the energy exists.

Communication is a Two-Way Street.

If you take the time to communicate with this sistah about where she is you’ll know just how busy she is, and how much she values you.

You Might Not be So Selfless.

Its very hard to see the selfishness, and the truth is you feel selfless in these interactions.

Am I My Mother’s Keeper?

November 28, 2020 by  
Filed under News, Opinion, Relationship Talk, Sista Talk, Weekly Columns

We as mothers should have conversations with our children that give them a clear picture and context for our mistakes when we are able to.

Next Page »