Category: Wives

“I'm 41-years-old and I really don’t know who I am.” 

“I'm 41-years-old and I really don’t know who I am.” 
By Nicole Harding I spoke to a group of women at a fun heath conference/expo Saturday and asked them a very simple question…. Who are you? Right now, in this moment, who are you? There were many answers that you may expect: I’m a mom. I am a wife. A sister. A mentor. A daughter.... Read more »

Kenyatta's Journey from Alcohol Hell to Inner Peace

Kenyatta's Journey from Alcohol Hell to Inner Peace
By Kenyatta, Formerly Known as KeSera From the very beginning…everybody always wanted something from me. Either it was my mind, my body, what I do, the rewards of what I do, etc. I never felt loved. Ever. The Rage A sharp pain erupted through my temples where a bandage bled red onto an unfamiliar place... Read more »

The Emotional Assassination of Women

The Emotional Assassination of Women
By Sylvia D. Snowden This is a brief note on the emotional assassination of women. I blog. A lot. And, I suppose I could write about knitting or cooking or fashion or derby car racing, for that matter, but, I opt to write about issues pertaining to women’s empowerment. Why women’s empowerment? To be honest,... Read more »
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Photos: A Toast to Women, Wives, & Wellness!

A Toast to Women, Wives, & Wellness, presented by Anointed Wives Ministry and Wife Kouture, was an exciting exchange of health facts, food, and fellowship.  The event took place Sunday evening at the Jacob’s Well Church in Evergreen Park Illinois. Guests enjoyed fresh smoothies, vegan cuisine, and healthy snacks as the Q&A topics covered exercise,... Read more »

Dating a Man Who's Married or In a Relationship? The Problem is YOU!

Dating a Man Who's Married or In a Relationship?  The Problem is YOU!
by Gina B. If I had a dollar for every time I’ve been involved in a “men are dogs” conversation, I would be a rich woman. I’ve even initiated the diatribe – especially when I’ve felt that I had been done wrong in a relationship. If we gathered a room full of women and told... Read more »

When is it Okay to Cheat?

When is it Okay to Cheat?
By Andrea Wright This is an age-old question, and people have been known to change their answer after getting married, divorced, engaged, heartbroken…or cheated on. According to an article on living.msn, cheating was cited as the third highest reason people divorce today. The first was lack of communication followed by too much arguing (or too... Read more »
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The Night My Husband Became My Enemy--and How I Fixed It

The Night My Husband Became My Enemy--and How I Fixed It
By Toni J. Spearman When the choir started singing, I Don’t Look Like What I’ve Been Through by Deon Kipping last Sunday, I could barely contain myself as the tears fell. Almost two years ago, my marriage began a vicious decline. The man I loved the most became the man I hated the most. I... Read more »

Being a Military Mom is NOT All Smiles and Roses

Being a Military Mom is NOT All Smiles and Roses
Note: Tinita Tennant submitted this blog and we love it; leave a comment and tell us what you think! The Truth about Being a Military Mom  By Tinita Tennant “When you enlisted, so did I”, were the words I said to my husband (then boyfriend) to assure him that he has my full support and... Read more »

3 Marriage Rules to Save Your Marriage

3 Marriage Rules to Save Your Marriage
“My wife was designed just for me and I love what God made no matter how many challenges we face”- James Sangster (1950-2012)   My hubby used to tell me that although my design was made just for him, I had to make a few “tweaks” here and there to make it perfect.  I loved... Read more »
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Hey Hollywood Diva--Dress Your Age!

Hey Hollywood Diva--Dress Your Age!
By Asjhra Harper If you’re a celebrity or not, some outfits should not be worn after you’ve hit a certain age. If you are 54-years-old and walking around in a bandage dress like Madonna or mini skirt and cut-off shirt like 46-year-old Mariah Carey—especially if you’re a wife and/or mother—you should begin to question if... Read more »