Happy Valentine’s Day!!!
Although I do consider Valentine’s Day to be a commercialized, man-made holiday…..I do appreciate the foundation for which it stands. Valentine’s Day is the day to openly express your love for your loved ones. By openly, I do not mean vulgar……some things need to kept behind closed doors and sometimes vaults! I’m quite sure most […]
6 Common Myths About Counselors
Over the past 13 years I have encountered some interesting myths about counselors. When I meet people in a social setting I am often reluctant to tell them what I do for a living. Of course just like a medical doctor I get some strange questions from people I meet. In this blog I thought […]
Love And War
I was just sitting up thinking about how love works in relationships. It is such a crazy and complicated emotion. The old saying is true – there is definitely a thin line between love and hate. I think the main issue of lovers today is they want their love the same way they want everything […]
Love Thy Enemy
Christians are familiar with the greatest commandment in Mark 12:30-31: And you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’ The second is this: ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no other commandment greater than these.” […]
I don’t know about you but financial responsibility was never taught to me. I learned how to manage my personal finances through trial and error. Some of those errors were hard lessons. It would be such an invaluable lesson to teach our children about finances early because it is one skill that will benefit them […]
Super Bowl Victims
Super Bowl is right around the corner! It is being called the old school (Denver Broncos) versus new school (Carolina Panthers) football matchup. Super Bowl is the time where most of us spend hours rooting for our favorite team with family and/or friends over food, drinks and TV. However, not everyone will be celebrating. Would you believe […]
Black History Month
As an African-American, I choose to study the history of ethnic background. I do this throughout the year but even more so during the month of February. Why? Because this month has been titled Black History month. I find it odd that we do not have a Caucasian History Month or a Hispanic History Month […]
What Is Passed Down To Us. Appreciating Your Parents!
So what did your parents pass down to you? I’m not talking about a family heirloom or a large monetary sum. I’m talking about what you emotionally inherited; what is passed down to us emotionally? What talents or gifts do you have that your parents also have or had? I’ve been doing this amazing Bible […]