Lesson Learned: 10 Things I’ll Never Do Again In The Name of Love

As 2012 came to a close, I had much time to sit and reflect on various trials, triumphs and lessons that I’ve learned up until this point in my adult life. One area in which I am constantly learning is my love life. It’s been a long time coming since love and relationships were equated … Continue reading

‘Django Unchained’ + The High Cost Of Being Thirsty

I finally had the opportunity to see Django Unchained last night and I must say that despite the goriness of the realities of slavery that were depicted in the film, it was quite entertaining. Of course, me being the sap that I am, I was most intrigued by the love of Django for his wife … Continue reading

Avoid The Regrets: My Rules for Dating in the Age of Social Media Overload

I’m a self-proclaimed, recovering social media lurker extraordinaire. I was what you’d probably call a modern day stalker. Myspace passwords, I’ve cracked them. Facebook pages, I’ve hacked them. I’ve laid low scanning Twitter feeds like a private-eye during a steak out, all in the name of love. During this time I’ve witnessed some pretty crazy things along … Continue reading

After The “Thrill” Is Gone: What Makes A Lasting Relationship…

New love is almost like a drug the way that it takes over our emotions and alters our behavior. There’s the excitement of meeting a new person that still lingers accompanied by the curiosity that drives one to explore and learn all that there is to possibly know about their new love interest. The late-night phone calls, … Continue reading

Patience Is A Virtue: An Open Letter To My Future Husband

Dear Husband of My Future, Although I have yet to lay eyes on you, I have faith that you are worth the wait. Contrary to what I used to believe, you will not complete me, but you will compliment the whole person that I already I am. With that said, I have been and will … Continue reading

What Dangerous Men Tell Gullible Women in the Church

What Dangerous Men Tell Gullible Women in the Church is one of the most insightful books that I have read in a long time. Author Kanika Katherine Daniels goes in depth to describe the dynamic of relationships between Christian men and women and where they have gone wrong. Unlike most authors seeking to tackle the … Continue reading