Tag Archives: relationships

Pretty Privilege: The lies that you were told. Part 1

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Hello Inclub readers, welcome to the Pretty Privilege series. In this series, I am going to break down “pretty privilege” through my experiences and lens as a young black woman. This series is inspired by many female content creators on social media. I want to give a personal shoutout to Oh! Stephco for reviving this […]

Ten Things to Do While Waiting on Mr. Right

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If you’re single, fuhgeddaboudit. There’s literally a list of things you could be checking off your list before getting booed up again. Here are 10 things you should be doing while single, besides waiting for Mr. Right. Get your mind right—whether it be filling it spiritually [seek the Kingdom and God and everything else will […]

How to Date When You Struggle with Anxiety

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Anxiety is a buzzkill and when it comes to dating and romance, anxiety can get in the way from finding your soulmate. Take it from me. 10 years ago, I was diagnosed with both anxiety and OCD, it was a confusing time for me and my family.    It was like my mental illness deterred […]

6 Rules to Successful Dating

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Dating is fun; most of us enjoy it. But, it can be challenging knowing how to approach someone you have a specific interest and admiration for. It gets complicated when it’s not done the right way with the right intentions. People get left lonely, thinking, what did I do wrong? Here are six essential tips […]

Difficult Mother’s, Grown Daughters’: Now is the Time to Forgive

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Mother-daughter relationships are complex; from the moment an expecting mother hears the words “it’s a girl,” something inside her changes. Sometimes for the better, often, not so much. According to Rosjke Hasseldine, an experienced relationship counselor and author of “Uncovering the Root Cause of Mother-daughter Conflict,” the reason why many mother-daughter relationships are strained is because of […]

Arranged Marriages vs. Modern Marriages

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For ages arranged marriages have been the norm for many different cultures. Americans seem to lean mostly towards the traditional marry for love union. The saying goes something like “what goes around comes back around.” What would you choose, arranged or modern marriage? Arranged Marriages have had a make-over within society. They are all dressed […]

8 Types of Women Men Should Avoid Dating Seriously

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For starters, it was difficult for me to put this piece together. Not because of the title itself, but because of my innate instinct to not only protect women, but to empower them into believing that we can have anything we want. Especially when it comes to men. Although my bias when it comes to […]

How to Deal With Rejection The Right Way

How to Deal With Rejection The Right Way

Have you ever noticed how being turned down stops some people from trying again, while others bounce back from rejection stronger than before? Everyone experiences some sort of rejection, but mentally strong people use that pain to grow stronger and become better. If you were excluded from a social engagement, or you were passed up […]

7 First Date Rules to Follow for Lasting Romance

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When it comes to first date rules, it’s all about trying to make a good first impression. Not because you have anything to prove, but because first dates can make or break a potential relationship. Dating coaches will tell you what to say, wear, and behave on a first date, in order to snag the […]

Preference or Self-Hate? An Uncomfortable Conversation about Colorism

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The topic surrounding colorism has been circulating well throughout history. We can trace a lot of the issues that we face as black people back to slavery because quite frankly, that’s where major riffs in our systems began. And with colorism, it’s no different. Colorism within the black community dates back to slavery and has […]