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Morris tells: How God Forced Me to Change My Ways

Morris tells: How God Forced Me to Change My Ways
The Silence By Morris Brent At some point in life, most people approach a devastating crossroad that seems overwhelming. Some of us, unfortunately, have experienced such turbulence on multiple occasions and even repetitively, to the point where all hope is lost, including faith in ourselves and our spirituality. This is what happened to me. Living... Read more »

I Gave the Best of ME to the WRONG People--and then I Woke Up

I Gave the Best of ME to the WRONG People--and then I Woke Up
As I sit here, sipping on my coffee, reflecting on the beauty of life, I have to give thanks for being in a place where I can truly say, I love myself and I love myself enough to WIN!  Focusing on Living LIFE,Loving LIFE and Being LIFE is how I have survived my self-destructive past,... 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 »
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10 Spicy Marriage Tips for Virtuous Wives

10 Spicy Marriage Tips for Virtuous Wives
By Helen Goldberg Dear Virtuous Wife, The Bible is NOT all you need. Have sex with your husband.  Always keep it exciting with your mate and change up the routine. For example, role play and pretend to be meeting each other for the first time. It’s your husband, so you are allowed a “one-night-stand” with... Read more »

Three Worst Mistakes Single Women Make

Learning to Take Full Advantage… By Liz Lampkin  How many times in life have you failed to take advantage of an opportunity? How many times have you missed an awesome shoe sale because you forgot about it, or didn’t realize it was happening? How many times have you missed the beauty of watching the sun... Read more »

My King James and I: A Widow's Strength

My King James and I: A Widow's Strength
By Dawgelene “Dr Dawj” As I approach the 1-year anniversary of my husband’s death, I sometimes feel as though I just lost him. Some days are much easier than others to cope, but the pain is still there. I have positioned in my mind that I must keep moving; that life must go on, and... Read more »
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