Woman explains embracing being single to those dreading valentines day, a day for celebrating coupledom and love.
“For your Maker is your husband, the Lord of hosts is his name; the Holy One of Israel is your Redeemer, the God of the whole earth he is called”. (NRSVCE)
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Today you will see posts about couples expressing love for their partners, single’s appreciation day, self-love, anti-valentine, bitterness, the demystification of side chicks or, what ever! Now, I am not a fan of the celebration of Valentine but, I am an admirer of glorifying and celebrating love, especially black love. In summary, I do not believe that Valentines day is the one day individuals should express their utmost gratitude or appreciation for their partner, but, I digress.
While we celebrate a day of love we should, also, recognize single-hood.
Continue reading “The Season to Embrace Singlehood”
Lets talk the inner image of Nola Darling
Close your eyes, I’ll wait. Take a second and envision #BlackGirlMagic. Now open them. What ever you thought it was, erase it. If you didn’t find her, here she is:
#BlackGirlMagic is Nola Darling, honey.
Dipped in honey, sprinkled with chocolate, dawning tantalizing honey-brown eyes, as I watch the eccentric, earth-toned Nola Darling, I can only envision my spirit animal #BlackGirlMagic. Nola Darling, you are so me and I am so you. Hello, my “sex positive, polyamorous, pansexual” hyper-sexual twin!
As I release my Snapchat question and answers on some “the truth must be spoken” type shit, the universe and my snapchatters, led me to the 2017 Sex in the City, She’s Gotta Have It. So, Sese, Antwan, and the many spectators who put me on, this is for you.
Post major release of emotions: rape-ish, death of a loved one, end of a relationship
Post major release of positive emotions acceptance: offers, graduation, celebration of single-hood, start of graduate school,
I am at the stage of:
Continue reading “#NOLADarling Series: The Non-conventional Feminists and Dickologist”
Woman explains the things she will not let any other man do to her.
Oh no! *inserts rolling eyes emoji*. Not another hate, shaming blog post about Haitian men, Black men, or men in general.
Well, you have dodged a bullet because you are absolutely right! It is another post about men. Although, I would not place it in the “shaming of men” category. This post is, more of, a thanks to my exes because I will never let another man:
1. Underestimate my worth.
Throughout social media I see individuals exclaiming “know your worth”. I, unfortunately, overlooked the overall meaning of this trending phrase. In my continuous search for “the” one, “the” only relationship, I realized that I try my hardest to prove my worth to men who are not paying attention. Continue reading “I Will Never Let Another Man…”
Who ever told you relationships are easy, fed you unrealistic expectations of relationships. A relationship is a bond where two imperfect people come together attempting to perfect one another. In order to do this, the couple must be willing to make certain sacrifices to keep the relationship happy, healthy, and prosperous. These sacrifices include dedicating yourself to one individual for a period of time, giving up privacy, and etc.
Unfortunately, there are individuals who view commitment as an obstacle in the path of their pursuit of romantic relationships. This view presents the fear of love or the fear of relationships, and exemplifies a “commitment-phobe”.
Used interchangeably, commitment issues, relationship anxiety, or commitment phobia, is a problem that is not new.
As mentioned in the definition of commitment, it is safe to infer that being committed in a relationship is to be dedicated to that relationship and partner.
Why are you afraid of commitment?
Continue reading “Fear of love”