Category Archives: love and relationships

Held Hostage by Love Part 3: ‘But We Go Half on the Bills’

Many people stay in unhealthy romantic situations due to some form of “love.” But more often than not, they’re captives of emotions other than love (fear, comfort or complacency, for example) than the one thing they claim to be their reason for remaining committed to a less-than-deserving partner. This four-part series will explore the many ways one can be “held hostage by love” and offer examples of  telltale signs that you may need to muster up courage and plan your exit before it is too late. Remember, committing to someone is and should always be a welcoming, willing and desired choice. Continue reading Held Hostage by Love Part 3: ‘But We Go Half on the Bills’

Held Hostage by Love, Part 2: ‘My Kid Deserves a Two-Parent Household’

Many people stay in unhealthy romantic situations due to some form of “love.” But more often than not, they’re captives of emotions other than love (fear, comfort or complacency, for example) than the one thing they claim to be their reason for remaining committed to a less-than-deserving partner. This four-part series will explore the many ways one can be “held hostage by love” and offer examples of  telltale signs that you may need to muster up courage and plan your exit before it is too late. Remember, committing to someone is and should always be a welcoming, willing and desired choice.

Here’s Part Two: Continue reading Held Hostage by Love, Part 2: ‘My Kid Deserves a Two-Parent Household’

Held Hostage by Love Part 1: ‘But We Have History’

Many people stay in unhealthy romantic situations due to some form of “love.” But more often than not, they’re more so captives of emotions other than love (fear, comfort or complacency for example) than the one thing they claim to be their reason for remaining committed to a less than deserving partner. This 4-part series will explore the many ways one can be “held hostage by love,” and offer some tell-tale signs that you may need to muster up courage and plan your exit before it is too late. Remember, committing to someone is and should always be a welcoming, willing and desired choice.

Here’s Part 1. Continue reading Held Hostage by Love Part 1: ‘But We Have History’

Kevin Hart Doesn’t Need to Apologize to Us

Kevin Hart isn’t having a good week. After posting what was damn near a confession to engaging in sexually inappropriate acts with a woman other than his pregnant wife, Eniko Parrish, the Ride Along actor and stand-up comedian is allegedly being blackmailed. Continue reading Kevin Hart Doesn’t Need to Apologize to Us

31 Reasons Why You May Still Be Single

Are you sick and tired of being single? You know, over 30 and just over IT? All of your friends are either in a relationship, engaged or married and you’re just busy going to the gym and taking shots every Friday?

Nothing’s wrong with being single, but if you desire companionship, you can view finding the silver lining to be a bit difficult and tedious. Continue reading 31 Reasons Why You May Still Be Single