When it comes to domestic violence, any gender is capable and I strongly believe in that. I have known women, friends my age who have had abusive male partners who are the scum of the earth. Literal trash. You try and talk to and convince these friends to make better choices, you do what you…… Continue reading The Conveniently Ignored Violence Of Women: Nothing’s Changed Since Medieval Times
Recently, there’s been some discussions in my family regarding a personality trait we all share, us three. It’s that go-getter attitude that many people admire or even want to have – a determined, straight-forward attitude that focuses on one step after another towards the goal. I am proud to have it, we all are, though…… Continue reading For The Go-Getters Out There: How To Handle Goals and Self-Inflicted Pressures
As a traditional woman myself, I am quite aware of the difficulties faced by traditional women who are entering the dating scene. A couple of my friends have become more traditional as of late and even pen pals who do write to me have expressed that concern. I have spoken with these women and I…… Continue reading Traditional Women & Dating: The Right Approach
I knew when I decided to live my life in this way, prioritising time for my family first and foremost as a domestic woman, that I would be judged for this for the rest of my life. Discriminated against, especially and maybe even openly hated. While I know this very well, it can be difficult…… Continue reading Handling Hardships: Discrimination and Being There For Your SO
While I do a lot of social commentary, I may end up sounding condescending and even authoritative when it comes to telling people what to do or think. I don’t do it to feel good and to have authority- some people are just that moronic, they need a good explanation and direction. It’s up to…… Continue reading A Great Place For Life Lessons: Social Education
This is a new idea that has definitely come to me lately. Yet I am now realising how important this is when it comes to relationships. Lasting relationships. What I mean by coming full circle is starting from the beginning. You may know this from references in your family or in movies of old couples…… Continue reading Coming Full Circle
It’s a simple question, really. For a few posts now, I’ve emphasised how important it is to trust, respect and of course, have faith in your SO- your man, after you have vetted. Yet, I think I have overlooked something quite important. For women out there who have faith in their man and have told…… Continue reading Why Do You Have Faith In Your Man?