When Imitation Isn't Flattery

Upon first meeting you, there’s a sweet beginning, we become to know each other and grow comfortable then I suddenly begin to realize some bothering behavior. While imitation is supposed to be a sincere form of flattery, it can be more vile when it happens among a “Friend”  Copycatting is not flattering when the copy-catted... Read more »

Dating a Polyamorous Man-Part 2: Tragedy Strikes

A news article came up in my twitter feed about a school official passing away at the age of 33 in a near by neighborhood. I clicked on the link and a photo of a young woman appeared with the headline again and her name. The first name I recognized because it wasn’t a common... Read more »

Dating A Polyamorous Man- Part 1: Acknowledgment of Agreement

Dating in today’s world as a millennial is pretty damn hard. You probably think I mean I am someone who is looking for a “serious” relationship, long-term commitment. That is not my issue. I don’t want any of that, I’m not good in that kind of relationship. Or at least that is what I have... Read more »

An Open Letter To Someone I've Grown to Care About Who Has Experienced a Loss

  More than anything I hate that you have to be going through this. There is nothing I can say to make this any better or easier because, this is not fair, it’s hard, it sucks! Allow yourself to grieve, respond however, you feel you need to. There is no such way you’re supposed to grieve.... Read more »

Roller Coaster of My Addiction to Love

I cannot say that I know what it is like to be addicted to a drug like cocaine or opiates. I am not saying that my experience being an addict is the same. I do believe there are some similarities.  I enjoy having that rush of being in love, knowing there is someone with me to sustain an intimate attachment. I... Read more »

You're not the only one

Being in love is one of the most amazing feelings you can have. You meet that one person who makes everything in your life so much better. Imagine having that same feeling with not just one person. I can remember all the times I have said, “I wish I could take Joe Schmo number one and... Read more »

Should I Stay or Should I Go

One of the most common stereotypes millennials face, is that they feel they’re entitled to everything. From wanting to climb the work ladder very rapidly without paying their dues, being rewarded for showing up to work and job hopping in a short amount of time. Yes! There are some millennials that fit this stereotype, but for the others like... Read more »

Dating New Low- You've Been Ghosted

I’ve been there, you’ve been there, or you’ve heard about it happening to someone. It was a perfect date,  had chemistry and built a connection. Thought there was potential with this one. A couple of days go by and still no word from them. Now you drive yourself crazy trying to rethink what actually happen... Read more »

The Road To Following Your New Year's Resolutions

When it comes to the first day of the New Year, we focus really hard on those resolutions we made. Going to the gym, eating healthier, keeping a positive attitude, getting out of a crappy job, creating some sort of savings plan, etc. This journey tests our character, it’s almost the end of January and... Read more »

Surviving the holidays single

Holidays can be dreaded by the ones who are single. No one to bring to holiday parties, no one to give a smooch to under the mistletoe or to ring in the new year with. No need to worry, I am one who is a little too familiar with concurring the holiday season solo. Holiday’s... Read more »