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Author Stephanie Small aka the SuperSistah on She Struts Radio!

Readers, fans, and the entire Super Sistah family, come join me on Thursday, March 17th @ 6:30pm on the She Struts Radio program hosted by Debora M.  Ricks. The host and I plan to sit and chat about love, life, the book: Black Girl’s Guide to Winning at Love & Life and what it means […]

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This Weird Thing Called Life Podcast Interview w/Stephanie Small

Sometimes you need to hear the truth & @theSuperSistah brings it for women who are ready for great relationships says Nadia of the weekly podcast show, This Weird Thing We Call Life. If you missed the interview about the book Black Girl’s Guide to Winning at Love & Life then catch it on the rewind […]

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The Caitlyn Controversy

I don’t usually write or talk about reality TV stars, cause well, I just don’t. Putting the spotlight on people who crave the spotlight seems like a waste of time so I just refrain. While I don’t want to paint all reality TV folks with the same brush, I’ll still state with confidence and conviction […]

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Black Girls Rock?

With shame and regret I admit that when it aired the first time I missed it. I forgot it was on. I didn’t watch it as I should have but that doesn’t mean I don’t have a comment on the commentary floating around the internet pertaining to the show Black Girl Rock. Lord, help me […]

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Trimming the Tree

I don’t know about you but I’m not a dedicated personal groomer. I floss, bathe, shave and keep myself clean and looking my best, but I’m against spending hours in the salon or makeup chair. I scorn the idea of Saturdays wasted getting mani-pedi’s, waxing, plucking or pulling hair out of everywhere. Weekends are for […]

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The Bluest Eye ~ Redux

Bitches wanna be white so bad. Was one white Instagrammer’s response to Tameka “Tiny” Harris’ (T.I’s wife) new permanent eye color change. Is this true? That’s the question I’d like to ask my sisters of color. To the pigment changers (bleachers), the nose straighteners, the silky weave wearers with locks that graze formerly cocoa colored […]

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Nappy Natural?

When a relative of mine (you know who you are) is being mean, provoking or just being a straight up be-yatch, she likes to remind me that my newly natural hair isn’t silky. Remind me in a Denzel-Training-Day voice that Joan (i.e. Tracee Ellis Ross hair) has nothing on me. She likes to gently, not […]

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NEW BOOK RELEASE ~ Black Girl’s Guide to Winning at Love & Life (Retitled 2nd Edition)

NEW BOOK RELEASE – Black Girl’s Guide to Winning at Love & Life (Retitled 2nd Edition) New Look, Same Attitude. If Love is War, May the Best Woman Win! There’s a battle brewing for love, the good life, and the hearts of black men. Who will win? The answers are broken down between the pages […]

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Old As*

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A dear friend of mine recently celebrated his 40th year on the earth with a big, splashy birthday bash. For someone who remembers sixteen clearly that number seems huge. It hovers around the corner taunting me with the knowledge that I will eventually be that age in the next 10, 5, 4, 2 years, months, […]

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Getting Wiggy With It

I am not my hair. I am not this skin. I am not your expectations. I am the soul that lives within.    India Arie – I Am Not My Hair Speaking from the standpoint of a woman who has no clue what her natural hair looks like, I hesitate to jump in feet first to […]

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Expired ~ Past Due

Recently a dating prospect asked me the question destined to make me see red. Innocently he said, You’re a beautiful black woman, seemingly sane with your head on straight. Why are you still single? It’s okay, you can tell me. What’s wrong with you? What’s wrong with me? What’s wrong with you, son!! I’m a […]

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Divorce Doctor

I’m breaking up with my doctor. She gots to go. We’ve been together a while so it’s with regret that I’m giving my doctor the old heave-ho. Make she “move and gweh” in Jamaican patois that means I’m giving her white-robe-wearing behind the axe. I don’t mean to be disrespectful but after years of denial […]

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