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  • Are You Too Critical?

    Posted in: Life, Relationships, Self-Improvement

    Critical, analytical, detail-oriented are all attributes that make for a good employee. But as a person, those attributes can come off as judgmental, demeaning, and bitter. Although some qualities are great to have in the workplace, they aren’t so beneficial in real life. As a “critical” person you can trap people’s creativity and self-expression by labeling them through a negative lense. It stops all growth, excitement, and ability for positive change (in your life and theirs).

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  • Something Men Should Know

    Posted in: Life, Relationships

    What a lot of guys fail to realize is that (in relationships) women are a reflection of how they make us feel. If they don’t make us feel like we’re the best, they don’t get the best. If they treat us like their queen, we will treat them like they’re our king. What guys today forget is that they are the lead. We feed off of them. The things that they want from their spouse/mate can easily be achieved based on their actions.

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  • The First Rule of Engagement

    Posted in: Life, Relationships

    by Sylvia Ford-George

    Love can be found in any season, although people seem more open and receptive to it in spring and summer when the weather is inviting, flowers are blooming, life is more relaxed, and we’re inclined to have more fun. As you prepare for the possibility—or building-up—of a relationship, don’t forget the primary rule of engagement…above all else, love yourself first. Because, if you can’t find a way to love and care for you—the one you’re with 24/7—how can you find a way to love someone else? And while mathematically two halves make a whole, when it comes to relationships, two halves equate to two people in need.

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  • Love Isn’t An Emotion

    Posted in: Life, Relationships, Self-Improvement

    It’s easy to let your emotions get in the way of love. Love isn’t a feeling. It’s a commitment to honesty, courage, openness, warmth, gratitude, and appreciation. You commit to these things day in and day out—when the fuzzy feeling is present and when it’s not. It has to be renewed daily.

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  • Honesty Is The Best Policy

    Posted in: Life, Relationships

    by Sylvia Ford-George

    They say honesty is the best policy. So why are we so okay and adoring of all things corrupt? Babies lie. You give them a bowl of food; leave the room for a “second” only to return to find the food and bowl all over the floor. You look baby square in the eye and ask, “did you do that” and baby says “n-o”. Babies “n-o” their way through the terrible two’s straight through early childhood because they don’t know any better. They haven’t fully grasped the concept of right from wrong. Babies get patted on the bottom; children get put in the corner; and teens placed on punishment—all in an effort to help teach them right from wrong. To encourage honesty and integrity. To impart the fact that no bad deed goes unpunished.

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  • A Lot Like Love

    Posted in: Life, Relationships

    by Sylvia Ford-George

    Ahhh. That’s the sound of a life lived in peace, harmony, comfort, and tranquility. It’s a life lived without worry or fear or anguish or shade or hatred or animosity or jealousy or envy. It’s the place where havoc and weapons and words and evil formed against you go to die. It’s the place where we want, hope, wish, grow to be.

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  • Are All Big Decisions Packaged Like This?

    Posted in: Life, Relationships

    Although life is always changing, certain moments are a bit more defining than others. Some life-changing moments are planned, others happen when least expected, and some moments are just impossible to pass up. Embarking on a life-changing moment can be an extremely scary thing, regardless of how it comes to you. How do you know if you’re making the right decision?

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  • Guys KNOW How To Turn Me Off! Ladies…It’s Your Fault

    Posted in: Life, Relationships

    Guys know how to turn me off. And it seems like it’s just me because the rest of you all must be accepting this nonsense for it to continue this long. So for my sake let’s go through the list of complete turn offs so that we can all get on the same page as females and put an end to this once and for all.

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  • Girl Talk: Shaving Your Way Through

    Posted in: News, Relationships

    by Sylvia Ford-George

    When I was in my teens, I remember wanting to shave my legs, just because I’d seen other girls doing it. But my mom stopped me by saying, “if you start shaving, the hair will grow back thicker”. Thicker?!? I didn’t want thicker hair on my legs, so I never shaved them. And to be honest, they never really needed to be shaved.
  • I Loves Me Some Chocolate

    Posted in: Inspiration, Relationships

    by Sylvia Ford-George

    I have a sweet tooth for chocolate. When I was younger I could satisfy my sweet tooth all day long with no ill effects. It made me feel happier. Stronger. Sexier. It gave me more energy. Soothed all hurt and pain and guilt and shame. Chocolate was the perfect reward for, well, everything good. But that all changed when I got older. Satisfying my sweet tooth with chocolate now has unwanted side effects. Long after the taste and feel of chocolate has gone, it still wants to hang around—on my hips, thighs, and waist. It pulls me down and makes me sluggish. And over-indulging may feel like a natural part of the satisfaction, but when you’re done—it’s not.

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    I’ve been a Beyonce fan since the 8th grade. From Writings on the Wall to Lemonade – I’ve nodded my head, cried, danced, smiled wagged my finger, snapped my neck, and screamed

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