When it comes to supporting our friends and family we tend to believe it costs money. Support does not always involve money. Support can be shown in many forms, such as, sharing social media post, recommending their product/service, a positive and honest review, coming to free events...etc. If you do not have money to spend … Continue reading Supporting Your Friends Doesn’t Always COST You Money!
In today's society it is so easy to throw a person away or give up. It's harder to fight and stick it out when things get rough. I'm not just referring to relationships; I'm referring to family dynamics as well. Sometimes we will forgive a mate for things we throw our family members away for. … Continue reading It’s Not Always Easy; But It’s Worth It!
According to dictionary.com the definition of vulnerability is the quality or state of being exposed to the possibility of being attacked or harmed, either physically or emotionally. What's missing in this definition is that vulnerability can expose you to the possibility of healing, love, support and community. The definition on dictionary.com makes vulnerability seem like … Continue reading The Art of Vulnerability
The hardest pain to get over is family pain and trauma. It oftentimes tears the family apart. Unresolved hurt and pain doesn’t just go away...it sticks with you. It sticks with you until you fix it, until you heal from it until you grow from it. Brushing it under the rug and not talking about … Continue reading Family: Moving on from past hurt and pain
“If you want to go quickly, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” ~African proverb. In a society where its so easy to be apart; a society that pushes individualism; it is easy to think that you don't need anyone. It is easy to think that you can do everything by yourself and survive just fine. But, … Continue reading We are STRONGER together than we are APART!
The strong friend seems to be the go to person. There seems to be one person in a sisterhood or brotherhood that people go to for advice and guidance, but can you be the strong friend for your strong friend? Can you be there for your strong friend when they need you? Can you reciprocate … Continue reading Can you be the STRONG friend, for your STRONG friend?