Women everywhere will be familiar the concept of a man with ”potential.” Heck! Let's be real, at any of the love stages, some have more than held it down in a relationship while waiting for change. Plenty of women have inadvertently, made a second career out of trying to fix what's broken. Have you ever … Continue reading A Must Read If You Believe “He Has Potential?”
Date much? Can you recall the years, months or weeks anticipating a date? We invest a lot of time and energy in the dating game. There is immeasurable pressure for the young and old to couple up. Those relationship goals are constantly in our faces and plastered all over social media. Valentine's day is built … Continue reading A Date with Myself
J.Lo's meltdown during her "It's My Party Tour" concert in Las Vegas was a cause of distress when she accidentally dinged herself with a microphone during a performance of "Medicine." There were videos of the aftermath that included a clip of her expressing to boyfriend Alex Rodriguez, how badly she was feeling about the mishap. … Continue reading How Vulnerability Can Be Your Greatest Strength
"Reclaiming my identity required I reboot. I wasn’t sure where to begin the process. But I knew the journey to my best self would include a set of questions and tasks to help untangle the mess I made of myself. I began with these 4 basic but essential steps setting the blocks for my rebuilding. It … Continue reading Have You Lost Your Identity in a Relationship or Motherhood?
The daily grind can sometimes drain the joy, positivity, energy and hope from our bodies. You can feel like the hamster on a wheel. It's hard to get off the ride. Humdrum lives happen to everyone, often. It's all part of normal life until it becomes a problem. The day we stop laughing out loud … Continue reading When Was the Last Time You Did It?
Once you arrive at a page in your book where you embrace difficult times that transpired in life, you begin to gain clarity. It’s essential to accept the pain and let it transform you. If you set it free instead of holding it hostage you can begin healing; guiding you out of negativity. --Excerpt from … Continue reading Let Pain Transform You
June gives way to Pride Month commemorating the Stonewall riots of 1969. I felt it would be a good time to write some words in celebration of all love. Human beings are made for connection. It’s essential to our well-being to have a healthy exchange of nurturing. We thrive most when surrounded by love in … Continue reading Love is Love
Readers have been immensely supportive. Thank you for being such a great part of the high engagement at AW. This means you continue to enjoy the content, I’m writing for the blog. AW went live May 27, 2018. Since then the number of hits are closing in on 100K. But there is is still plenty … Continue reading Top 5 Blogs for AW Readers
People are good at finding wrongs. We can think of a dozen reasons to convince ourselves not to do something, especially when it means putting our needs first or taking a risk. Women are particularly hard on themselves, after all, our job is to take care of everyone. Caregivers, nurtures and pillars of families. People … Continue reading Girl, You Got This!
The relationships we have with our mothers have a significant impact on us growing up. We look to the matriarch of the family, not only to teach us how to be a woman. She shows us the first examples of how to manage relationships with our partners, children and ourselves. All relationships take work because … Continue reading The Secret My Mother Never Told Me…