It took me a while to realize this but life is all about relationships and in order to live the life that you truly desire you have know who people are to you. Otherwise you will get lost in focusing on what a relationship isn't providing you instead of seeing how the relationship is helping you become the person you are meant to be.
I will NEVER not admit to being a Christian or loving Jesus. Lord knows I’m not perfect and I stumble and fail daily but I believe. the man I end up with will also believe. We will raise kids to believe. I will always ask this question, and you can take a poll of every guys I’ve dated, I literally ask “Do you love Jesus?” pretty much right away. Again, I do this because there is no point in me getting to know a man who doesn’t see it being important like I do.
People find strength in so many areas of life. Whether it’s fitness, love or sadness – we all have it and we all find it when we need to. By the time this post goes out, I’ll probably be having the most awkward lunch with Whiskey telling him everything I’ve kept bottled up. (If lunch even happens..
I have a friend, Carrie Kidem, who is crazy. But fun. But she is crazy.. A girl we all wish we could be more like. Trust me..
Most women choose to wear something that has cleavage because on some level of consciousness we want to grasp attention. Yet at the same time, we get upset when we attract the wrong kind of attention. So in reality, we show cleavage because we desire attention from a man to feel confident and beautiful and to be pursued.
We all have had relationships. The good, the bad, the ugly. With those relationships there are guys that know how to treat you, say how to treat you and act out how they should treat you. I was talking to one of my girlfriends one night and we were talking about how different guys make us realize different things about the type of person they are and about who we are when things get hard. A letter…
Blind dates… they’re just as terrible as they sound. Relax.. I’m sure some of you out there have met your soulmate on a blind date but generally speaking I feel like they’re terrible. I’ve been on one. That was the end of that.
It's traditional for a woman to take the last name of her significant other when getting married but have we ever asked why? Is it something that is just simply done or is there a real reason behind this action?
When you were a teenager, there was so much peer pressure to have sex. Whether it was from your boyfriend, your friends or it was what you needed to do to be "popular." However, if you talked too much about it or started to experiment with too many guys, you were a slut. But why is the female the slut for doing this and not the male?