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 […]
Tags: black women, blog talk radio, Break-ups, Cheating, Confidence, Dating, Diet & Exercise, Faith, Family, Fighting Fear, Girl Power, Interracial, Marriage, Men, Race, Relationships, Self-Confidence, Self-Help Books, Success
This Week in Reviews ~ BGG2W
By blklam – Amazon Reviewer -5 Stars This review is from: Black Girl’s Guide to Winning at Love & Life (Retitled 2nd Edition) (Kindle Edition) I really enjoyed reading this book. Once I started reading it I couldn’t put it down. It gave me new insight in what our black women are going thru today. […]
Tags: Black Love, black women, Confidence, Dating, Diet & Exercise, Family, Friendship, God, Good and Evil, Interracial, Love, Marriage, Men, Relationships, Sex, Sisterhood, Strength, Success, Tough Love
the Super Sistah remembers Whitney Houston (Vlog)
Can marrying the wrong person ruin your life? The Masked Crusader, the Super Sistah discusses her new blog post, Death by Ex. While reflecting on the death of Whitney Houston she asks her readers whether loving the wrong man can be a woman’s downfall? Post a response here. R.I.P Whitney, we’ll miss you.
Tags: Black Love, black women, Bobby Brown, Break-ups, Dating, Death by Ex, Family, God, Marriage, Men, Spiritual, Super-Heroes, Whitney Houston death, Whitney Houston funeral
The Wrong Mrs. Right
“Why you ain’t married? Whadup girl, how come you don’t have any furniture on your finger? You must be mean that’s why you ain’t rocking some dude’s solitaire! You’re pretty so what’s wrong withcha?” You’d think that the side eye, pursed lips and a get the hell out of my face with that bullsh%t profile […]
Tags: Black Love, black women, Dating, Family, Marriage, Mr. Right, Personal Power, Relationships, Sex, Super-Heroes, wedding
Killing Me Softly
Recently someone close to my heart went home to meet his Beloved. He was here today and then gone like a raging flame suffocated by a lack of oxygen. When precious things are taken from us we wonder about the purpose of life and whether God has a plan. We ask ourselves, is there a […]
Tags: Death, Faith, Family, Fighting Fear, God, Identity, Inception, Mourning, Reinvention, Spiritual
Law of Subtraction
When we’re young we learn how to add about the same time we learn how to subtract. As soon as we are old enough, fairy tales make us want to add a prince or a knight to our dreams. We conjure Mr. Right out of thin air and shape him to be all that we […]
Tags: Black Love, black women, Dating, Family, Love, Marriage, Self-Confidence, Success, Super-Heroes
Forgive or Forget You!
We are taught from the cradle to forgive and forget. If you’ve every been trapped between the pews on a Sunday wearing a too tight dress and uncomfortable shoes, then you know that the good book says to turn the other cheek. The ability to forgive is a virtue and a gift. For many it […]
Tags: Family, forgiveness, Friendship, God, Relationships, Trust
Black Girls Don’t Cry
When I was young I used to fight, brawl and roll around wrestling in the grass. My life was like an episode of Basketball Wives. Now that I’m grown, I’ve learned some things and realized that a karate chop to the windpipe is no way to communicate. As I’ve matured I’ve learned to get my […]
Tags: big girls don't cry, black women, Family, Friendship, Self-Confidence
Barren or Baby?
The Super has no babies, no bambinos, no chile and no children. My mama is a granny without a single grandchild to her name. When I was getting educated she rejoiced in my childlessness and would tell anyone who would listen that I was pursuing perfection and had no time for a passel load of […]
Tags: black superheroes, black women, Careers, children, Family, fertility, motherhood, pregnancy, Relationships
Growing Old Money
Mom’s getting old–not Joan Rivers teetering on the edge of the crypt old, but more subtle and insidious. The changes are harder to spot when Botox isn’t involved but the evidence is glaring. She sleeps more and wakes later. Now she strolls instead of barrels ahead and stairs are harder to climb. She hugs me […]
Tags: Aging, elderly, Family, growing old, Money