Don’t take dating advice from your married friends

“Stick with me and I’ll make him yours in 30 days,” words from my married friend after I told her about the latest guy I’ve been dating. I wasn’t sure how to absorb this. Is she looking out for me? Why does she want to have this type of control over my love life? DoesContinue reading “Don’t take dating advice from your married friends”

he’s just not that into you if…

He chooses sleeping in over seeing you He doesn’t respond to your texts within a reasonable amount of time He doesn’t lock-in plans to see you What are some others? Help me fill in the blanks. I write this because I often struggle with knowing my worth and setting boundaries, letting people take advantage ofContinue reading “he’s just not that into you if…”

Dick Distraction = Dating Detox

It seems every time I get involved in a love relationship I lose myself. I lose my standards, my voice, my passions, my healthy habits. I get so wrapped up in men, the attention I get, the hopes and dreams of finding “the one”, that I drop the things that are important to me andContinue reading “Dick Distraction = Dating Detox”

beauty is pain?

Women are on a mission to stay young, tight, and beautiful! Primping, priming, painting, crimping, extending, removing, gluing, taping, sucking-in, bleaching, waxing, plucking, etc. etc. etc., the things we do to ourselves to achieve and maintain beauty. We know beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but here is what the dictionary says: BeautyContinue reading “beauty is pain?”

A Covid fling and it’s permanency

As we slowly get back to normal life only time will tell if your Covid fling will last. Oh yes, I’m talking about that companion we had to FaceTime with through the night, to go on physical distance walks with, to text during the day when bored af. How will these relationships fair once we’reContinue reading “A Covid fling and it’s permanency”

A brief follow-up: It’s like looking in a mirror

On second thought, we shouldn’t put our expectations onto other people. For one, I’m a firm believer in expectations leading to let down, and two, we have to allow people to just be who they are. When we put expectations onto others we are kind of trying to control the situation. Rather, let us allowContinue reading “A brief follow-up: It’s like looking in a mirror”