Be careful of the karma you wish on your exes.
Meet Sarah Jane who has found a “comical” way to deal with her love life pains through her blog, “Happy Now.” She has definitely had her fair share of dealings with toxic men; from men that have verbally abused her and taunted her about her weight, to men who only liked “hanging out with her,” she has definitely been “that girl.” She has found a creative, unique way to cope and deal with it all.
“I say ‘abuse’ a lot because it still feels strange in my mouth. Abuse victim, me? Can’t happen. I’m too strong, too intelligent. But I am. I say abuse a lot because I like the power it returns to me. Don’t like to think of yourself as an abuse victim? Better than being thought of as an abuser.”
With #EWEW (Empowered Women Entrepreneurs Week) approaching, I thought I’d share some of my newfound lessons since becoming an entrepreneur this past April.
4. You Will Be Scared…Majority Of the Time.
“Scared is almost an understatement; miniature panic attacks is more like it….You will be scared, but it doesn’t mean you will be defeated.”
If you’re needing help getting over a break-up, consider DM’ing Rihanna for a bit of relationship advice just like one of her fans did. Based on the response, you can tell she has definitely “been that girl” too just like us.
“He had mistakenly sent me the conversation between him and Breshawn. Of course, when I asked about it, he had the perfect excuse explaining that she was his ex that wanted to get back with him since she was now getting a divorce. However, what he was telling me was not matching up with what the emails said.”
Nikki shares how she let her hard love for a man and his potential cloud her judgment causing her a life altering heartbreak. She shares her deep pains in hopes that it will caution other women to not get too caught up in just a man’s potential.
By: Kindall D. Real Housewives of Atlanta star, Kenya Moore shows us how to really “twirl on” by really moving on from her toxic relationship with ex-boyfriend, Matt Jordon, to marrying the love of her life. Moore recently held a private beach ceremony in St. Lucia with very few people in attendance. She has not…
By: Kindall D. My father taught me about dating in more ways than 1. He taught me some things directly and some indirectly. My father was not perfect and like any other man, made his own mistakes. I learned some very valuable lessons in love and dating along the way from me either listening to…
“He does not deserve for you to instantly take yourself off the market when he has only shown you his potential. Potential can often times end up amounting to nothing. He needs to show you some real action.”
By: Kindall D. Loving a good man can be difficult at times. Yes, I said that correctly. A good man will not let you love him too hard, although you will want to because you appreciate him so much. “You’re so used to being a good woman to the wrong man and doing EVERYTHING in…
Don’t give up on finding Mr. Right. You do not have to apologize by lowering your standards and settling on Mr. Right Now.
“Don’t settle for a man that’s afraid to tell you and show you how he really feels. Quit making excuses for him by thinking that men are incapable of expressing how they feel…If a man is crazy about you and actually cares, he will come out of his comfort zone and show and tell you how he truly feels about you. You’re not asking for too much by wanting a man that’s not afraid to show the world how much you really mean to him.”
“Love can greatly cloud our judgment and cause us to not think clearly. Trust is what brings us back to reality. So without it, and having only love, you will be stuck in a fantasy world feeling that everything is “okay” when truly, it is not.”
“LIFE changed all of that. LIFE forced me to tap into my emotions and tap into who I am. Heartbreaks taught me that I was human and hurt like anyone else.”