It was January 27th. This was the official day I was supposed to move out of California. I was so sad that my trip had to be pushed back a week, because I was ready to start my new life. I fought the urge to see it as a sign, because I was attempting to… Continue reading I’m Not Bitter, I’m Mad As Hell
Photo by Anete Lusina on Pexels.com Let me put this out there before I go any further. This article isn't only directed towards men, but an experience I'm currently going through so, do not be offended. I know there are men out there that have sole custody of their kids and have to deal with… Continue reading “But I’m His Dad.” – Should Children Be Forced into Visits?
No one owes you anything. Not their time. Not their loyalty. Not their energy. Not even access to them as a person. We take for granted the privileges that others allow of us. We are in no way entitled to anything that doesn’t belong to us. That’s why we should never dwell on what actions… Continue reading Expected, but not Obligated: Access is a Privilege
At some point in our lives, we’ve been exposed to people that aren’t who they appear to be. Sometimes they’re our friends, coworkers, or even our family. They show up to our events, like our posts, and even give their “genuine” advice. They appear to love us so genuinely. However, all love isn’t what we… Continue reading Fake Love is Flattery
Do you remember as a child, playing pretend? Do you remember who you pretended to be, and why? I remembered the other day when I was deep cleaning our apartment, the days I pretended to be a Disney princess. After leaving school, I would go with my mom back to the house she was cleaning… Continue reading My Cinderella Story
My personal self question I’ve been searching for is: Why did l allow myself to be mistreated? Because this is not the first time I’ve allowed myself to be silenced by a man. After my last relationship l really noticed a pattern. I’m attracted to financially stable Latins, due to the financial stability they're usually… Continue reading 10/06/2020 Thoughts
We’ve all fallen victim to engaging in a situationship. Sometimes you don’t know you’re in one until it’s over. You get to know someone, you make plans, and create inside jokes. Then, one day the feeling isn’t the same. The openness of “getting to know each other” becomes inconvenient. The other people you both consider… Continue reading Why Situationship Break-Ups Hurt
Photo by RF._.studio on Pexels.com For most of my life I had always been the girl that had a boyfriend. Having a guy was like having my favorite accessory on and when I didn't have it I felt like something was missing. When one guy left there was always another waiting close by. I was… Continue reading 6 Years Single & Over Dating
Photo by Avonne Stalling on Pexels.com On several occasions I've found myself running back to what's and/or who is familiar to me and it most cases the outcome has always been the same. I'm sitting there regretting making a U-Turn to go back to the place I've left for a specific reason, wishing I would… Continue reading Running Back To An Ex… Don’t Do It!
He thought this was my first rodeo. Boy will he be surprised once this night was done. We had been coworkers for three years and I had watched his every move. He had become a pro at whipping people into shape. Now, it was time for me to experience what he had to offer. I… Continue reading Doing It Well