8 Common Body Language Mistakes That Destroy Relationships


  A simple gesture can sink you without you ever having to say a word By Jeremy Brown/YyourTangocom Ever get the feeling that people find you to be cold, defensive, or unapproachable? Or that, your spouse finds you to be combative when you’re simply trying to hear them out? Your body language might be to blame. You might beContinue reading “8 Common Body Language Mistakes That Destroy Relationships”

Does He Give a F*** ?


One thing is very clear about the 45th President of the United States, he doesn’t like structure or to be told what to do, he’s a man who prefer to use his own instincts.  On this election cycle he seems to be on the wrong side of American voters. Losing to Lose? Covid 19 MoreContinue reading “Does He Give a F*** ?”

Fox News Staff Erupts Over Network Racism: Bosses ‘Created a White Supremacist Cell’


By: Lachlan Cartwright, Lloyd Grove, Andrew Kirell, Noah Shachtman and Justin Baragona Four days after Fox News aired a particularly tone-deaf graphic connecting the killings of Black men—including George Floyd and Martin Luther King Jr.—to stock market gains, many of the network’s Black staffers took part in a phone call with company brass to confront Fox’s increasinglyContinue reading “Fox News Staff Erupts Over Network Racism: Bosses ‘Created a White Supremacist Cell’”

How to Have Difficult Conversations When You Don’t Like Conflict


An executive leadership coach shares some tips on how to approach potential conflicts.     By:Joel Garfinkle Avoiding or delaying a difficult conversation can hurt your relationships and create other negative outcomes. It may not feel natural at first, especially if you dread discord, but you can learn to dive into these tough talks byContinue reading “How to Have Difficult Conversations When You Don’t Like Conflict”

What is a “Karen” What does it Mean?


“Karen” WHAT DOES KAREN MEAN? Karen is a pejorative slang term for an obnoxious, angry, entitled, and often racist middle-aged white woman who uses her privilege to get her way or police other people’s behaviors. As featured in memes, Karen is generally stereotyped as having a blonde bob haircut, asking to speak to retail and restaurant managers to voice complaints or makeContinue reading “What is a “Karen” What does it Mean?”

Students Turns on Permit Karen


FALSE CLAIMS Fareed Nassor Hayat/Facebook  On June 30th, Fareed Nassor Hayat , a law professor at the City University of New York School of Law, took to his Facebook page to post a video of a woman in his Montclair, New Jersey neighborhood reportedly harassing him and his family. Hayat wrote that a woman named SusanContinue reading “Students Turns on Permit Karen”

Why Forgiving Yourself For Past Mistakes Is The Key To Manifesting Love


BY: Orna and Matthew Walters Letting go of the past allows you to create a love that will stand the test of time. Forgiving yourself can be one of the most difficult steps you take on your journey to lasting love, but it can also be one of the most worthwhile endeavors. Self-forgiveness is a journeyContinue reading “Why Forgiving Yourself For Past Mistakes Is The Key To Manifesting Love”

Covid 19 “Exhale”


It’s a lot, the world! Civil Unrest, a pandemic virus without a cure, ecomonic crises, looming unemployment. In the last few weeks, I’ve gone from kay sera sera to a dark place  Its sadness and depression. Too sad to cry.   My new normal is work, supermarket and home. For nearly two weeks, I avoided allContinue reading “Covid 19 “Exhale””

White America, the ball is in your court. What are you going to do?


. In light of police relations with black men, things could have gone horribly wrong for birdwatcher and Harvard Alum, Christian Cooper. Perhaps, she was angry because someone told her to leave.  Perhaps she was outraged because he filmed her with his cell.  Perhaps she didn’t like his tone.  All of these might have irritatedContinue reading “White America, the ball is in your court. What are you going to do?”

I Will Not Be Attending Your Exhausting Zoom Gathering


Photo illustration by Slate. Photo by Getty Images Plus. By Christina Cauterucci/Slate At the beginning of this stretch of self-isolation, I craved the sight of my loved ones’ faces. Seeing them on my laptop screen and hearing about their lives would briefly drive out the loneliness and disorientation of my newly apartment-bound life, lending myContinue reading “I Will Not Be Attending Your Exhausting Zoom Gathering”