where the ethos of intelligent millennials prevail
Integral to this story/real life is that I am a White, CIS-Gender, Bisexual, Middle Class woman. I married a Black man,
Before it all began, I was solid. I knew what I wanted and how I wanted it. I had my list of desires,
“The fact is that monogamy had nothing to do with love,” Relationship Therapist, Dr. Esther Perel, states in her 2015 Ted Talk.
The irony in writing about my greatest personal challenge is that even while trying to find the words to share my story,
Do you remember the first time you felt embarrassed or ashamed? Think back. Try to remember. Did you trip and fall walking to class?
African Americans still trying to fight to get their rights
White officers still shooting us down to get the crown.
It’s Father’s Day; and for the first time in almost 20 years today means something to me. I feel nurtured,
Before you read, take a moment and listen to this song. Listen twice-thrice- if you need, but let the lyrics resonate with you before proceeding.
What does love mean to you? What does it feel like?
Damn, that’s the first question?
Love is an emotional roller coaster. On the one hand, it can be the best ride of your life. Once you’re onboard you experience a little nervousness.