Kelly Rowland Releases Her ‘Dirty Laundry’, Visually

After teasing us a bit, Ms. Kelly finally unveils the music video for the definition of artist being real, Dirty Laundry. I think it’s very meaningful, yet subtle. Quite a few are saying they’d like to have seen more reenactments but seriously, she’s already reenacting her pain by writing this song. Why would you want her to act out an abusive scene in the video. … Continue reading Kelly Rowland Releases Her ‘Dirty Laundry’, Visually

Book Review: Dear Drama by Braya Spice

Paperback, 288 pages Purchase: Amazon | IndieBound | eBook Rating: 5/5 Published: April 1st 2012 Kensington Publishing Corp. *Copy provided by author. Synopsis: Have you ever had a friend who just seems to attract trouble, no matter what she does? That’s Allure. Just 21, she barely made it out alive from an abusive relationship with her psycho baby daddy, Greg. Poor girl just wants to be loved, … Continue reading Book Review: Dear Drama by Braya Spice

Bus Chronicles: Still holding onto love with broken bones

Love is one helluva drug. When you are in love, it seems that nothing else exists-not even your sense of self, just that cocooning love between you and lover boy or girl! Earlier on the week, I was on the bus when I eavesdropped-as is the usual-on a conversation that had me hella confused. 3 passengers boarded the bus,two of them looking like they had … Continue reading Bus Chronicles: Still holding onto love with broken bones

Olivia Encourages Women To “Walk Away”

R&B singer Olivia, former G-Unit 1st lady, has released the music video for her latest song “Walk Away.” The video depicts a situation that many of us turn a blind eye to or try to convince ourselves that its okay. Domestic violence is where I’m getting at and I like how it’s portrayed as a intense form of dance in the video, plus Olivia’s voice … Continue reading Olivia Encourages Women To “Walk Away”

Possessiveness leads to Abuse?

 

There are usually signs attributed to abuse, but is possessiveness one of those signs? A relationship can become suffocating when one wants to control the other in every way possible: where you go, what you do, who you talk to, etc. We should understand that nothing in this world belongs to us, and each individual has a right to their own freedom.

Possessiveness often time leads to jealousy, a contributor to abuse. Jealousy within an immature person who wants to control the one he/she is dating can lead to anger issues: yelling, physical outbursts, Continue reading “Possessiveness leads to Abuse?”