Saturday, December 14, 2019


Sometimes You Can’t Save Your Sister Friend.

Sometimes you can’t save your sister friend even when you greatly want her to be in a better space. There will be those that won’t allow it, some spaces you don’t understand or have means, and others that will become draining for you. In every situation you can always pray and let her know you are in her corner cheering for her to win.

Address Inconsiderate Parents Not Parenthood.

December 12, 2019 by  
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The issue is not parenthood so that in itself shouldn’t be under attacked. These are not easy conversations, and if they are not handled properly relationships could be stretched thin. With family in mind, and proper consideration take the time to speak in love and understand each other. Children need their parents, but they also need the love of their village.

Are We Fair With God?

December 12, 2019 by  
Filed under Christian Talk, News, Opinion, Weekly Columns

we can get a better understanding of the expectation of God as he is that parent in our relationship with him. I would never tell someone what decision they need to make for their spiritual self. However, I will say my spiritual life, and its manifestation in my reality, became more apparent as I took the time to actually have a relationship with God that was not one sided. Consider the treatment you deserve from others and ask yourself if you are fair with God. If the answer is no…take comfort in knowing he’s not angry with you; he’s just waiting to have a real relationship with you.

Complaining Can Kill You.

December 12, 2019 by  
Filed under Health & Wellness, News, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Avoid the stroke, heart attack, and migraines by laying that negative energy down. Once you’ve gotten the positivity back and you are balanced you will have to re-evaluate the nature of your friendship if it still exists. It is important that you ask yourself the hard questions about what both of you bring to the table, and the reciprocity in the friendship…or lack thereof.  If she is not willing to operate in a better space you might have to love her from a distance, because no one is worth your peace.

From Insurance to Good Holiday Allowance – Find a Company that Works for You.

Tweet (ThySistas.com) When looking for a new job, you may feel the need to cast your net as far as possible. This will involve sending out your résumé to numerous prospective employers in the hope that at least a few of them will invite you in for an interview. There are various problems with this […]

I Went Back to Church for Order.

I’ve been able to stay in the same place for more than three months, my health issues still exist but I see improvement, my outlook on life is clearer, and I have a peaceful disposition. I’ve decided to leave the past in God’s hands and move on. There is decency and order in my life again, and church help get me to this place. I understand why it was a center point for our people…it helped us work through pain. The healing always began with decency and order.

Excuse Me if I Don’t Eat.

December 3, 2019 by  
Filed under Health & Wellness, News, Opinion, Weekly Columns

If the holidays are supposed to be about good food and family please keep that in mind. It’s important to accommodate family when we are cooking for more than ourselves, or don’t condemn or shame a soul that doesn’t eat. No one should be threatened with a trip to emergency because you want everyone to eat what you cooked. That selfish, and your ego is on full display. Let’s be mindful of one another and support each other on health, and faith this holiday season.

Back to You.

December 3, 2019 by  
Filed under Health & Wellness, News, Opinion, Weekly Columns

What does the silence say to you? People who practice effective self-care have the beautiful ability to accept silence. They use the silence to regroup and reset so they can be better for themselves and others. Selfish people hate silence, and they usually choose one of two ways to deal with it:

I’d Rather be Alone.

November 30, 2019 by  
Filed under News, Opinion, Relationship Talk, Weekly Columns

as I’m a grown woman last I checked. Of course, when I brought this to his attention, he tried to make me feel like I was mistaken as he would never say such a thing. On that note the relationship ended. As the old song says: “I’d rather be alone then be unhappy.” Relationships can be wonderful, but not at the expense of who you are as an individual, and free thinker.  Allowing the right person to come along is well worth the wait.

National Scholarship Month: Don’t Fear the Free Money.

November 30, 2019 by  
Filed under Education, Money, News, Opinion, Weekly Columns

National Scholarship Montive to look for the money. It will not fall in their lap.

The fear of free money comes from the fear of actually doing research.  Our “Google” mindset has us sometimes believing that things should come easy. They will not. Free money never will, but it does not mean it is not accessible.  These programs really do make a difference in the lives of those who receive them. Lead Counselor Nash concurred explaining her experience with students and scholarships: “I have seen students receive a full ride to college for four years, still apply for outside scholarships and have enough to buy a car and laptop!  Scholarships can make a difference in whether a student goes to a four year school or a community college.”  During this National Scholarship week, make an effort to research and find scholarships and grants.  It is out there if you want it.

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