On January 25, I left my job, not knowing it would be my last day. After 18 months of various situations, my last day wasn’t even by my own doing. I left that day under the impression that my paid leave was temporary. That leave turned into two months, then a termination. As an educator, … More Losing My Job=Freedom
As much as I’m not suppose to want to know I want to know What the fuck could you possibly say after everything that happened and all the time that’s past I haven’t healed from that one yet As l sit here and watch you watch me heal from all the shit that hit me before I even met you
Guys (literally)… You have got to stop calling and texting me after 11pm. There’s only one of two things you could want from me at that time and I know it’s not because you have an emergency. It’s like have some fucking manners, please. Not only am I a mom, but also if you haven’t … More I’m Not Your Fun Girl
I have a fear of coming out because of the fear that I will lose family and friends. Some people think this is cowardice. Some people think I am hiding or pretending. “If you were really bi, then you wouldn’t care about losing them”. But losing a family is hard. Losing friends is hard. Losing … More The Fear of Coming Out
Looking back at my story, I realized that I was built to last. I was built for more than the struggles that I faced. Looking at this past year, I realized how strong I am. I realized that life isn’t easy. Adulthood is INEVITABLE. Pain is TEMPORARY. Love is NECESSARY. Decision making is AWKWARD. Chances … More Surviving The Transition
we were friends for many years we began to grow apart i started a bigger conversation she blocked me and it broke my heart.
when you try’ta run but you gotta confront it & you try’ta hide but it keeps finding you when there’s no way out then through
The day I’m reminded that she’s gone & the day l fight myself to believe I’m still good enough to be one.
I still cry sometimes when I think of you.When I wrote the email. When I signed the deal.You’ve never let me settle. Never let me see myself as less than we both knew I was.I still wish to share my wins with you.To see your face light up when I share the good news.Hear you … More Good isnt Good Enough
If there is a myth that the African American community deals with the most, it is this: “Black people don’t need to go to therapy! We’re strong all by ourselves!” Or my personal favorite: “We got the Lord on our side! We don’t need therapy!” News flash everyone, black people go to therapy as well! … More News Flash: Black People Go To Therapy Too!