Inside my Journal: Weighting on the answers

I only slept about two hours. I was up all night. My husband woke up at around 5am. I decided to go to bed, and he helped me. All I seem to think about is my weight lately. This has ...

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My Open Letter to Single Women

As a single person I had a lot of concepts about who God would bring me. I surely did not think I’d meet my love where I did. Many women think that they’ll have the best sex of their life ...

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How to Begin Healing from Child Sexual Abuse

On January 23, 2013 I had the pleasure of meeting the one, the only Anthony McCarthy host of the self-titled radio show, The Anthony McCarthy Show. We talked about many things in those twenty two minutes but there was something ...

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Relationship or Religion: Would You Leave God because you’re stuggling financially?

Candace L. M. Gorham, LPC, , author of The Ebony Exodus Project: Why some black women are walking out on religion – and others should too has some extraordinary points about black women and their dedication to the church. She ...

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Philanthropy’s Giving: A Return on Investment

I was intrigued to read an Op-Ed article by Peter Buffet, Warren Buffet’s son, in the New York Times. He has coined the phrase Charitable Industrial Complex and a number of other phrases throughout what some people are calling nothing ...

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Three Repeat Lessons I’ve Learned This Year

A few years ago I started an annual post about what I’ve learned in the present year because my birthday is December 31st. This first began as a roundtable discussion that I would have at annual lunch or dinner get-togethers ...

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Allow Me to Re-Introduce Myself…

In a FB post on 12/29/13 I asked ….   I like to check in every so often to see how effective I am at marketing myself. There are always multiple gifts in use with me and I like to ...

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Erica Campbell: The Dress Mess

I haven’t written many articles this year. I moved my blog website that has 188 countries following to a new domain and host. Let’s say the transition was outside of my realm of expertise. The work to build this new ...

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The American Psychiatric Association’s Big Fat Lie: Pedophilia as a Sexual Orientation or Sexual Interest?

My palms began perspiring, my hips began to move uncomfortably and I was faced with a headline earlier today that made me feel like this was the end. Anticipating the second coming of Christ, I gasped and began to imagine ...

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Is Aaron Alexis Responsible for the Navy Yard Mass Shooting?

Yesterday, there was a mass shooting in Washington, DC within the Navy Yard. People were in panic and the response during evacuation and reporting reminded me of 911. I remember that during 911 there was a plane heading for the ...

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