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Season’s Greetings from Me to You!

Hello All, I just wanted to take a quick moment to thank all my friends, readers and subscribers for all the love and support throughout the year.  May 2016 be prosperous, transformative and of course …Super! And don’t forget, if you need a gift for that deserving Super Sistah in your life? I have your […]

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Sistah Support System

Social Service, called welfare back in the day, was built originally to support the needs of the nation’s poor, needy and sick. The goal of the program was to give a helping hand to those without support. Whether you agree with the program in its current form, its originators understood one basic human fact: all […]

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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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Mute, Miserable, Misses

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Too many of us interact with women who don’t speak. They have no words. What we get from them is only silence and the sound of crickets. A peep or a chirp doesn’t escape their lips. From the minute they hit the doors of their workplace their personalities and their vocal cords fade to black. […]

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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. […]

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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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Dating The Do

For black women, getting our hair done is a process. The undertaking can take hours and in some extreme cases, days. To tame and coerce our hair into a style that is acceptable by society’s standards requires a sacrifice of time and money. If a man, any man, plans to date a black woman he […]

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Greedy (Always Hungry)

With Christmas on its way and thoughts of delicious holiday meals dancing around in my head, the state of my appetite has been on my mind. The Super has always had a healthy appetite. I like to eat.  In the event of a famine I’m the first to go.  As a child the pudgy little […]

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Lady Killer

Do you have T&A (tits and ass for those who don’t text)? If you do you might as well mark a red X on your back because you’re going down?  Some women don’t like other women, so much so that without provocation they’re always in the process of plotting a sister’s downfall and demise. Most […]

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Super Save a Hoe

Some women are hoes. Capital H.O.E. ‘How you gonna write about empowerment and call women derogatory names?’ I can hear the criticism ringing in my ears. My response is that we can’t pretend that some women aren’t a little bit too free. I said it and mi nah tek back no talk which in patois […]

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Friendship Reformulated

When popular products fail companies yank their best brands off the shelves and bring them back to the lab for reformulation. Sometimes our relationships need the same treatment.  It’s necessary at times to break things down in order to build them back up. This is the case with long-term friendships.  I have a friend I’ve […]

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Who Runs the World? Girls!

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Who runs the world? Girls! Black women are exceptional. I know a lot of women who I admire, look up to and try to emulate. They have shown me how to be the best woman I can be. What their encouragement has done is that it has powered my ambition and fueled my self-esteem. I […]

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