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Sign Language: So You Want to Date An Aquarius…

“To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

Aquarius season (January 20-February 19) is upon us, and if someone under this sign has caught your attention, you absolutely have your hands full! This charming, analytical air sign is the cause-driven humanitarian of the zodiac. If you want a mate who fully accepts you for who you are, then dating an Aquarius is usually the move. Just be prepared for a bumpy ride. Continue reading Sign Language: So You Want to Date An Aquarius…

The Myth of the Homewrecker

Confession: I don’t do too well with excuses, especially when I’ve decided to build a life with you. Reasons, I’ll take sometimes, but excuses? Not so much.

One thing I cannot tolerate is when folks make excuses for a sh**ty mate. I know your significant other is trash, you know he or she is trash, yet you vehemently defend well, trash. One of the most widespread arguments that usually lead to trashy romantic partners being absolved of blame and accountability for their role in violating vows and agreements is the myth of the “homewrecker.” Continue reading The Myth of the Homewrecker

Want Love? Cure Your Dysfunction

BL_couple_original_5380“He who knows others is wise. He who knows himself is enlightened.” – Lao Tzu

I was talking to a buddy of mine who is in an unfulfilling relationship recently. Actually, it’s pretty terrible. There’s simply no other way to put it. He’s a great guy, but the woman who he has consciously decided to couple up with is pretty much one of the most toxic individuals I’ve ever met. Continue reading Want Love? Cure Your Dysfunction

5 Signs You Deserve Better

upset_woman_article-small_13020.jpgLet me be the first to admit that I go above and beyond for those I love. If I decide to commit to you, there isn’t too much that you can’t get from me. And due to my generous nature, I’ve encountered many a mate who was undeserving of what I had to offer. I was taken for granted, and often my significant other failed to appreciate, support and respect me in the way that I needed despite my unwavering commitment to the relationship at the time. Continue reading 5 Signs You Deserve Better