Many reasons NOT to forgive….

I readily admit that there is a moral imperative to forgive; it is clear that forgiveness can be a powerful force of healing and reconciliation. However, I must speak out when the advice from blogs, articles, books, and spiritual one-liners treats forgiveness as a panacea for hurt, pain, and “moving on” to a happier life—with nary a thought given to... Continue Reading →


The day I decided to let myself love you, I prepared myself for the unraveling. I had tried love before, and I’d lost it, because I’d been too afraid to show up. I’d been too afraid to stand, walls and weapons down, and let myself be seen. With you, I resolved to pull at those... Continue Reading →

We’re ALL  A Little #HurtBae

We’ve all seen the heart-wrenching video of an ex-girlfriend talking to her cheating ex-boyfriend courtesy of The Scene. The internet world moves fast so as a refresher; the girl confronts the cheating ex-dude and it gets emotional (on her part). She cries as she reflects on their tragic time together as ole boi is chilling seemingly... Continue Reading →


Incomplete ˌinkəmˈplēt/ adjective not having all the necessary or appropriate parts.not full or finished   My heart is incomplete ..... It apparently has enough parts to continue running pumping what seems like an eternal longing through every inch of my being I think I'm missing that GAF regulator or I am sure it's malfunctioning My security system... Continue Reading →

I am alright

ALRIGHT adverb:  1. in a satisfactory manner or to a satisfactory extent; fairly well. I am alright , not ok nor doing well ... But alright, And I am so good with that… I haven’t always been alright. There were times in my life where I thought the world was caving in on me. Being... Continue Reading →

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