July 26, 2017

don’t run.

We have to feel blessed for everything we’ve been through; all we have had; all we are becoming. When we take limits, restrictions and fears off our hearts, our relationships (or the makings of one) will become more successful. Look within yourself, erase the pain, become unselfish and learn how to trust before you look for love. We have an unlimited capacity to love. Don’t be stingy with that love because you’re unable to open up. It’s unfair to the person you’re with, and yourself. Being in a relationship and growing to love that person increases our resources and our capacity to give. Love keeps us alive long after we’ve departed & gives meaning to who we are, what we do & how we do it. It opens up to endless possibilities. So why run from it? Why deny yourself from taking a chance of feeling this way? So what if you’re 21; love don’t judge by age. So what if you’re not making enough money; love don’t need a payment plan. So what if you’re too busy; excuses to run from your true feelings & facing the reality. When we love under circumstances rather than in spite of them, our love is limited. Don’t limit yourself from happiness, companionship & the ability to grow with someone. With every new experience comes a lot of fears. You either run from it like a coward or deal with it head on like a brave champ. Which route will you choose?
April 17, 2017

cute cuddly counselor

I found a new term for lovely single women: “cute cuddly counselor”. Note, I said LOVELY single women. Not the rotten ones. Here’s what happens: — 1. The man is highly drawn to you and can’t figure out why. However, he DO know he’s not happy. — 2. You welcome him in into your life (whether it’s emotionalship, companionship, sexship or relationship) with no judgement. Just nurture & love. — 3. He’s now happy & has loads of fun with you. — 4. He learns (from you) on how to make his life, career, drama with his baby momma, emotions, or whatever it is: better. — 5. You’re no longer needed in his life. Girl, it’s okay. Move on.
February 12, 2017

love is a verb.

It takes a lot of passion to show the love you have for someone. The vulnerability. The trust. The undeniable chemistry. This doesn’t happen by doing nothing. A lot of action takes place. love is a verb. so is “talk”. Communication is key in every relationship. Business, friendship, family and your significant other. Body language is crucial. Do not discuss serious matters via text/email if you’re in love. Positive adjectives whenever you voice your opinion towards someone. Speak calmly, even when they’re wrong. It’s not what you say it’s HOW you say it. And it’s definitely how you love it.