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  • I Don’t Want To..

    I know I’m grown, and I’m supposed to be strong.  But I don’t want to be strong today. I want to stay in my bed and protect the little inner peace that I have left. I’m supposed to be free, but am I truly free? Every day, I go into a world where I’m constantly…

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  • My Current Home Workout

    My Current Home Workout

    I have been passionate about fitness and exercise science for a long time. Throughout the years, I have tried many workout methods and programs. I first started paying attention to my fitness like a lot of young men do training for high school athletics. Once I turned 15, and saw that after all the pushups,…

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  • Don’t Tell Me

    Don’t Tell Me

    Don’t tell me who I should be, as your words do not define ME. I can write what I want, how I want, and whenever I want. I can dress how I dress, frown when I am down, or sit in silence when I don’t wish to talk. But just in case you’ve FORGOTTEN, don’t…

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  • Our Wedding Photos

    Our Wedding Photos

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  • Dear Empath

    Dear Empath

    Dear empath, you are essential to those around you. Unfortunately, many may describe you as being sensitive, too nice, or even fake. However, you are a being of great strength, courage, insight, and compassion. Most importantly, you are a phenomenal healer! If you continue to be these things, you will impact humanity unimaginably. So unimaginably,…

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  • How I Will Avoid Raising a Biracial Child with Identity Issues

    As our wedding date gets closer and closer, I’ve been reflecting on Chas, and I’s future child. With our dynamic, our child will have a unique set of characteristics and challenges to take on that will be specific to his/her identity. There has been an expansion in the number of biracial children expressing discontent with…

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  • Signs You are an Introvert

    Chances are you are an introvert, or you know several introverts in your life. If you are an introvert, many of the traits I’ve listed in this post may seem oddly familiar. However, if you are not an introvert, maybe the traits that I’ve listed will provide you insight into understanding the introverts in your…

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  • Do Not Let This World Break or Forsake You – Poem

    Do not let this world break or forsake you.If you break, it may “forget” to resuscitate you. It loves to break the strong-willed,as they are a more challenging kill. Do not let this world break or forsake you. If you are stranded, it may send vultures instead of a helping hand.I’m telling you this as…

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  • A Coward Does Not Exist Here – Poem

    A coward does not exist here. Even though I smile as the timid do, I refuse to give up my fight to a devil like you. Although it’s not the same fight as yours, that doesn’t make me ignorant or frail. I’ll admit, you may have tipped my scale, But my soul will never be for sale. A coward does not…

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  • A Quick Guide to Prevent Wedding Drama – For Soon-To-Be Brides

    With your wedding day being right around the corner, you may have reached the breaking point a few times due to unnecessary drama. Honestly, that is quite normal. Unfortunately, weddings tend to bring out sides of people in your life that you have never seen before.  These sides consist of envy, insecurities, fear, depression, misunderstandings,…

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  • An Awesome Ticket Challenge Idea for Couples to Try

    Have you been looking for a way to strengthen your relationship connection while also appealing to your inherent desire to be rewarded for your efforts? If so, me and my fiancé’ have created and utilized a ticket system to help turn everyday tasks that need work into redeemable tickets for rewards such as bedroom fun,…

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  • How We Met For the First Time

    “I don’t care how we met, I’m just glad we did” With our wedding day right around the corner, October 22, 2022, many questions are circling my mind: These are generic questions that most soon-to-be brides ask themselves before the big day. However, there is one crucial question that I have not deeply explored in…

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  • The 4 Lessons Learned From Dating a Beautiful Black Goddess

    Firstly, I would like to express the following sentiments from my perspective as a white man in a relationship with a black woman. These are the lessons that I have learned from dating a beautiful black goddess, eventually transitioning into a long-term relationship with her. If you’re interested in dating a beautiful black goddess, perhaps…

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  • Why I Admire MGK as a Black Woman

    People love to hate Machine Gun Kelly, but I cannot relate, as I really admire him. Anywhere you go on the web right now, you will easily find the answers to why people hate MGK. Below are a few examples. Recently, I’ve learned that I may have an unpopular opinion from the web, as I…

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  • Paul’s Beautiful Black Celebrity Crushes of the ’90s

    This topic was generated from a conversation with Chas about our childhood crushes. Upon further review, we concluded that I was destined to be with a beautiful black woman as I’d admired their beauty my entire life. Eventually during that conversation, Chas challenged me to generate a list of my black crushes in the era…

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  • Paul’s Black Celebrity Crushes of the ’90s

    “So, Chas challenged me to list my favorite black crushes in the era I grew up in, which was the 90s, as a millennial born in 1986.”

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  • Paul’s Favorite Songs of All Time

    Paul generated a vast list of his top songs. The list includes songs from various genres, such as blues, trip-hop, hip-hop, pop, rock, and metal.

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  • My Obsession with 21 Savage

    My obsession with 21 savage is unwavering. If you are a 21 savage fan, you know where I am coming from when I ask this simple question: Question: How many times have you listened to your favorite 21 savage song? Answer: A lot. Like many other listeners and fans, we cannot get 21 Savage’s music…

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  • Thoughts on Microagressions as a Black Woman

    As a black woman, I’m no stranger to microaggressions. But I’m tired of it. This week, a colleague randomly asked, “wow, what happened to your hair?” Interestingly, they attempted to retract the negative comment by snickering and awkwardly saying that her straight, brunette, hair was wild too. From my experience, aggressors tend to cover their…

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  • Our Honeymoon Spot

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