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You think you know what’s best for me. You don’t.

There is so much joy in being honest with a sister friend! So much healing, next level living, and sheer amazingness that comes with conversations with no holds barred and no judgments just plain honest talk! This is what you’re going to get this week!

So today’s conversation leads to the fact that “You think you know what’s best for me. You don’t.”

If this ain’t the truth, I don’t know what is! Over the past month or so, my friend (who happens to be a therapist) and I, have had fifty-leven conversations about proclamations on social media of what’s right and what’s wrong.

We see it all the time.

Some meme, some person on their virtual soap box with all the answers to life problems. Some may differentiate themselves and qualify their knowledge by speaking to a specific topic like relationships or marriage.

But what we have learned time and time again, is one simple fact:

1.You can’t be right and attack what’s wrong.

We came to this conclusion after being on the receiving end constant generalized statuses that are rooted in elitism & arrogance with faux cloak of love, specifically toward single woman.

We learned that while many individuals have a sincere heart to see women live their best life, some times people just get it flat-footed wrong.

This lesson comes at a cost. A cost of lived experience. A cost of applied practical advice that has failed, not once, not twice, not even three times, but too many times to count.

What we are talking about

  1. Cameo’s pissivity - Spell check tried to change that to passivity. I SAID WHAT I SAID

  2. God doesn’t love you more because you’re married.

  3. You think you know what’s best for me. You don’t.


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