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When to Walk Away From a Relationship – Signs It’s Time to Leave

By abigail-butler | May 30, 2021 | Relationships

We have all heard the saying, “maybe love is not enough”. This sentence often proves to be true in real life.

Black Women in the Workplace – A Glass Ceiling in Corporate America and How to Break It

By abigail-butler | March 6, 2021 | Relationships

Black women in the workplace face bigger obstacles in careers compared to their Caucasian counterparts. The studies show that they are the least likely group to feel included in the work environment. Not only that, but African American employees are less likely to be…

Impact of Social Media on Mental Health – Positives and Negatives

By abigail-butler | March 1, 2021 | Relationships

The impact of social media becomes greater every day and the effect is visible for every person with a smartphone. We love our memes, tweets, stories, and posts, and we love seeing what other people are doing, but we also hear about (or feel) anxiety, depression, and addiction to social media. Let’s tackle the topic of social media, its impact on society, and how we can make the best out of it.

Indian Matchmaking: The Perks & Pressures of Arranged Marriage

By tamika-lewis | August 22, 2020 | Relationships

The reality TV show Indian Matchmaking flooded Netflix with popularity this past month and let me tell ya…it’s pretty accurate. As a South Asian Punjabi woman, when I watched it, I was conflicted between laughter and frustration.

3 Tips for Sexually Frustrated Women

By tamika-lewis | April 30, 2020 | Relationships

Pavan Basra, clinician and confidence-building expert with WOC Therapy recently put out a survey asking women about their biggest frustrations with the quarantine life. Lack of physical intimacy fell surprisingly high on the list!

Why You Love the Unlovable

By tamika-lewis | February 25, 2020 | Relationships

Do you find yourself stuck in unfulfilling relationships? Maybe you stay with people who take more and give less? Maybe your partner is distant, emotionally unavailable, self absorbed, or manipulative? If that’s the case, you’re not alone! According to a survey done by The Daily Mail on 2,031 British Adults, 6 in 10 people will stay in relationships they find to be unsatisfying. While disappointing partnerships are inevitable, it’s important for us to understand why exactly we put up with them. Here are five theories as to why we continue to love the unlovable and what steps you might take to break the cycle.

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