A few nights ago at dinner and over several very delicious cocktails, my cousin decided to go Siskel and Ebert on me after reading my blog and suggested that I should write about my divorce since I have referred to it twice in my blog … Continue reading A Tale of Becoming Into My Own: Chapter 1
Earlier today, as I was heading to my cousin's birthday party at Dave & Busters (did I mention she turned 32 years old? some of us will forever be kids at heart - myself included), I got a text from a good friend of mine. … Continue reading Why Death Can Serve as a Reminder to LIVE
I've discovered that there is one thing that keeps my heart happy regardless of my relationship status. That thing is writing. In the past year, I've come to learn that I turn to writing poetry when I'm the most vulnerable, the most hurt, or the … Continue reading My Love Affair with Poetry
I opened my eyes and was greeted with darkness. I looked at the time and it read 5:05am. Shit, I was so used to getting up early for work that my body naturally woke me up without an alarm clock. I turned around, wrapped myself … Continue reading The Relationship Bible: Steps for Conflict Resolution
I promised myself that I’d keep writing no matter what. To keep pushing through the resistance and be persistent when I least want to be. Well, this is the time that I have to dig deep and find the strength to keep going. Post breakup, … Continue reading Giving Yourself Permission to BE
Thought it would be easier to write about heartbreak while in it, but it’s harder than I thought it would be. I figured if I pushed through it, that something will come forth. So far, I’ve met with anger and disappointment. I’m pretty sure I’ve … Continue reading Gratitude: The Remedy For a Broken Heart
The other day, one of my girls approached me to talk about her upcoming doctor’s appointment that she’s been dreading and postponing for months (she’s had bad stomach problems that were beginning to affect her work). She led with how she just wants to get … Continue reading Boundaries In The Work Place: How Close is Too Close?