Time and time again I get to speak to women who are trying to figure out where they stand in their relationship. Sometimes it isn't even an official relationship. Just a situation with a man whose words and actions don't seem to line up. They are left confused because they want to believe the words coming out of his mouth are true. Yet when the time comes

Letting that woman run all over you. Following that man to see where he has been going. Impregnating her or letting him get you pregnant even when they aren't aware of your intentions. The list goes on and on. Ask that person why they did it and many will utter the phrase "love makes you do crazy things". I'm sure you have heard it before. It doesn't matter

Ok so let's set the scene. You have a guy out with some of his boys. It could be a club, the mall, or anywhere else you can think of. He sees a beautiful woman with a couple of her friends and he decides he wants to make a move. So he approaches her and says "excuse me miss, you caught my eye and I think you look real good. I was hoping we could talk and

The reality is that many women look at relationships as the hallway to marriage. Yes they may be currently focused on just enjoying the benefits of their relationship but that doesn’t mean they’re not hoping or waiting for things to progress. The problem is that a lot of times the man they are with is not on the same page. He is enjoying the benefits and plans to

A woman comes to me one day looking for advice on her relationship. She explains how she is having issues with her boyfriend and they constantly get into arguments and negative behavior. They have been together for some years now and have had good and bad times (for the record almost every relationship has “good times” so let’s stop using that as the basis for holding on).

No need to waste any time. I’m prepared to give you what you want by taking the title of "boyfriend", so bring that booty over here!...I mean it is that simple right? Not much else to it. Basically that's how it seems to go down with so many women. You know the women I’m talking about. The “I need to be in a relationship to have sex” women. Now don’t get me wrong,

You are not in love. Let me repeat, you are not in love. I am saying this multiple times because some of you need to finally acknowledge your situations for what they really are.  Far too long many women have carried on with a relationship that shouldn't be. You used “love” as your validation but things are not what you have presented them to be and you know it. Your agenda

A while back I wrote an article titled “Independent Woman Syndrome” and it received a lot of attention. It spoke on women needing to learn how to balance their independence once in a relationship. Many agreed, and some took offense. At the end of the day I stand by the belief that balance is needed for a relationship to grow in a positive manner. Many can choose to not understand or