How has Covid-19 impacted your dating life, marriage life, or the relationship with your partner? With the abnormal times we're in right now, dating and many marriages have been put to the test. A test of faith. A test of love. A test of like. So many couples have had to dig deep to learn… Continue reading Improve Your Dating and Marriage Life During Covid-19
How to Know If He Is the One
Article Written by and interviewed by: Debbie Stokes What is it that you really want in a relationship? Do you know? For far too long many women have struggled with finding someone who is "their" everything and who adds value. If it's not one thing, it's another. ⇒ He doesn't listen or talk to you… Continue reading How to Know If He Is the One
5 Steps to Stay an Individual in Your Relationship
Written by: Debbie Stokes Did you know it’s possible to remain who you are in a relationship or marriage? Did you know it’s possible to have your own thinking and space? Well guess what? It is… when it’s healthy. I’ve been with the same guy for 42 years in June. Married 31 years and dated… Continue reading 5 Steps to Stay an Individual in Your Relationship
Do You Have A Disappearing Father?
Article written by: Rhonda Jackson Dear daddy, why weren't you here when I needed you? I was your daughter who grew into a woman, and you missed it. The question I never got to ask before you died, "Why did you leave me?" And now my heart bleeds tears because you left again, but this… Continue reading Do You Have A Disappearing Father?
6 Signs That a Person is Toxic
Article Contributed By: Diane Marion Eunice (aka DE) Diane Marion Eunice is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She has had a private practice specializing in RelationShift Counseling and Consulting Services for eight years. She's also a Radio Co-host, Motivational Speaker, and Life Transformationist who is passionate about inspiring others to Live, Love and Enjoy… Continue reading 6 Signs That a Person is Toxic
An Invisible Child… A True Story
We all have a past, and we all have secrets. Some of our pasts are not as bad as others. As a matter of fact, a lot of us probably enjoyed our upbringings without much pain and chaos, outside of what's considered normal. As a result, we grew up and continued to live our… Continue reading An Invisible Child… A True Story
Boundaries – 4 Ways to Honor Yourself and Keep Your Friends
When Necie told us she wanted to talk about "honoring yourself," we were excited; not because she was going to talk about that topic, but because she was going to talk about something we didn't understand. In fact, most people probably never grasped the meaning of what it means to honor yourself, then there are… Continue reading Boundaries – 4 Ways to Honor Yourself and Keep Your Friends
Who Are You Underneath the Hat?
When we heard this title, we thought about how catchy it was and how it resonated in our minds. Then, we thought deeper and realized most women in church are all about their hats. For decades, a women's hat exemplified her character, her strength, her confidence, and her passion; not to mention it made a… Continue reading Who Are You Underneath the Hat?
5 Tips to Finding Yourself After Divorce
By: Rhonda Jackson A few days ago while driving to work, I was listening to a song by Whitney Houston, “Greatest Love of All.” It stuck in my mind the entire day, and I wondered how many women truly love themselves. Has this ever crossed your mind? Surely, it has. As a single woman who… Continue reading 5 Tips to Finding Yourself After Divorce