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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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Fear of Failing

Some people are afraid of heights. While I understand their anxiety, looking down doesn’t bother me. It’s falling down that produces all the terror. ~ the Super Sistah ‘I’m failing.’ I recently admitted to a family member. ‘How can you be a failure?’ She asked in a tone that suggested I was being ridiculous. ‘You’re […]

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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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Naked Prayer

If you want something badly enough, pray for it naked. When I say naked I mean nude, bare and without a stitch. Metaphorically naked? No, I mean revealing to the most high your bare assets, yup, your bare bum.Blasphemous! Yeah, maybe, but give me a minute to explain before you paint me with Benjamin Moore’s sacrilegious […]

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Scaredy Cat ~ Are You a Fear-Fighter or a Fraud?

The world is a big bad place and it’s frightening. Everything we want to do as human beings requires a courageous spirit that many of us do not have. To get up in the morning and face the world requires a brave face. To get the things we want, we have to fight and do […]

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Unmasking the Masked Crusader, the Super Sistah Revealed

I’m feeling bare, stripped, curiously naked and exposed. I’m addicted to privacy and have been from my youth; but there is a time for the dark and there is a time to let the light in. Besides the Superhero aspect of my pseudonym and all its inherent fabulousness, the mask of the Super Sistah appealed […]

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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 […]

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Fear Factor

In order to change our lives we must first change our minds. For many this is a hard concept to grasp. We are committed to ideas, thoughts and actions and a lifetime of routine makes it hard for us to change course once our paths have been set. As women we have expectations. We want […]

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Fight for Your Life

If you’re like most women then there have been times when you’ve woken up in a cold sweat wondering in a daze why your life wasn’t going as you’d planned? If you are anywhere north of twenty then this has happened more than once. In those times you’ve questioned why everyone else had the luxury […]

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Let the Light In

It’s been said that the Super is irreverent because I barely mention God or quote from the good book. Let it be known that the Super loves the Lord.  To silence my critics I’m gonna go Biblical on y’all for a quick sec acknowledging that there are some black folks who won’t take any advice […]

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Fake Me, Real Who?

Without shame, guilt or remorse I admit that the Super does not always practice what she preaches. I’m not as positive as I seem. I’m not the best black friend everyone needs. I fall short of being the über confident and uplifting woman I claim to be. In person one might be a little surprised […]

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Running Scared

“Every Sistah is Super.” That’s my one line opener. I say this to women I give my Super Sistah postcard to in a never-ending attempt to build my brand. In cutthroat, aggressive, neck rolling city like New York City I tend to drop the card in the new reader’s hands and take off in something resembling […]

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