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February, 2019

  • 12 February

    The Importance of Validation in our Relationships

    Almost two years ago, I wrote about resisting the need for validation when doing God’s will. The context for validation was the need for support or approval from others concerning what God gave you to do. However, now I’m going to speak of the importance of validation, and it comes …

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  • 8 February

    How You’re Discouraging Your Single Friends On Valentine’s Day

    Them: “It’s better to be single than to be in a bad relationship!” Me:  Whenever I hear others using statements like “It’s better to be single than…(insert something extremely negative)…” to encourage singles, I’m frustrated for the women they think they’re helping. Fam, the least we can do when a single …

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  • 6 February

    The Unspoken History of Abortion In the U.S.

    New York’s recent passing of the Reproductive Health Act, expanding abortion rights in the state is arguably the most aggressive state legislation to date addressing this issue. Prior to this law, NYS loosely followed the precedent set in 1973 by the Roe v. Wade decision, making abortions legal only in the first 24 weeks of pregnancy. …

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  • 4 February

    Watch President Trump’s 2019 State of the Union Address LIVE

    In the wake of the recent government shutdown, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi asked President Trump to reschedule his annual address to Congress. Now that government has reopened, at least for now, Nancy Pelosi has re-invited the president to deliver the State of the Union address. You can watch it live …

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  • 1 February

    How to Develop Authentic Self-Worth

    Someone is controlling how you live your life, Sis, but is it you? I just had to ask because I’ve met my fair share of women who are living their lives for the consumption and recognition of others and I don’t want you to be one of them, especially by …

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  • 1 February

    Change Is a Process—Be Patient

    Just like that, the first month of 2019 is over! By now, some of us are taking inventory on how much we’ve accomplished so far since we were off and running in the new year. As you take self-inventory, you may feel the pressure or frustration of failing to meet …

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  • 1 February

    How to Plant Seeds to Build Wealth

    A small seed carries great potential that often goes overlooked or unnoticed. I’m not a scientist, nor do I profess to know all the terms or the process of a seed releasing its potential. Here is what I do know – seeds planted in the right environment, given the proper …

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January, 2019

  • 23 January

    Engineer Designs the Ultimate Payback for Package Thieves

    If it’s never happened to you, consider yourself lucky as more than a third of Americans report being a victim of some form of package theft (according to Shorr Packaging). Xfinity home came to a similar number when doing their own costumer survey on the issue. At the very least …

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  • 15 January

    Dr. MLK and the Revealing Power of Adversity

    On January 15th, America observes the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., as a result of the amazing work he did in the fight for civil rights, and the sacrifices that it cost him. However, while Martin was alive, he wasn’t the most liked in America. In fact, he …

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  • 14 January

    This Is the Year You Stop Stealing from Yourself!

    Happy new year everyone! This is the first month of the year—blink and summer will be here, blink a second time and we will be carving turkeys or putting up Christmas trees again! You get what I mean? Time is flying by. Let’s stop planning for things and begin to …

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