Tell It To Venus is for those who still have hope in love and relationships; even in the current and often discouraging environment in which we live. An environment that appears to offer a slim chance of having a healthy and happy relationship, or any possibility of marriage. We are still encouraged. We understand how easy it is to become tired and discouraged; Tell It To Venus is here to listen.
WOMEN RUN MEN, BUT WE CAN'T RUN A COUNTRY?!!!
We receive ALL the blame, but never the glory. No matter what the past relationship history was we are at fault. The wife didn't do all she could to keep her husband. While the mistress or the side chick did EVERYTHING to get him. But when the relationship has run it's course we quickly remember how the mistress connived her way to wife status. Payback is a bitch. Rarely do we put the blame squarely on the man or offer him any culpability in the situation. We talk about gravitating to strong men. But when did women become so dominate that we run the show?
We have the power to make him leave or stay. Our sexual prowess is so skilled that he has no choice in the situation. He is defenseless against us and our feminine wiles. Our vagina is how we strong armed him into submission. No such thing. We're all powerful. Many of us love our President, but secretly wonder how much influence the First Lady really has. (That's why we figure First Lady Michelle Obama should be our President in 2020.) Countless times I heard jokes about Hillary Clinton and if she was running for her 2nd term as President. No one would disagree that with all her experience she was and is more than capable of running this country. American men (particularly white men) did her like the Deacons at the church. They feel emasculated at home so they take whatever little authority they have at church and use it demonstrate that they still run things. Very rarely do you see women in the black church or any church in a position of power. I'd heard white men say they felt overlooked and ignored. But the highest paid person in corporate America is still the white male.
White women had nothing but disparaging remarks and opinions of Hillary. Many told me they hated her. But couldn't tell me why.
"She and Bill Clinton did horrible things to those women."
First of all, Hillary was running for President, not Bill! Why do his indiscretions count against her? This brings me back to my original point. We get all the blame, but never the glory. It is her fault that he had an affair. It's something she did or didn't do that made him cheat. Even as one of the most powerful men in world; it was her emasculating behavior that created the problem. You're giving her way too much credit. But the same ones who blamed her for not being woman enough to keep him from straying are the same ones that criticized her for staying in her marriage. Damned if you do, damned if you don't. They are the same hypocritical women that voted for a man that was looking to cheat only months after marrying his third wife. Trump bragged about his mistreatment of women. "Grab 'em by the pussy." Nothing turns me on more than being manhandled and assaulted by an egotistical, misogynist man. Oh my, I can't wait.
So let me get this straight.....this man has filed bankruptcy 6 times, been sued more times than I can count, hires illegal immigrants, but doesn't want to pay them, doesn't want to honor any of his contracts. Has a history of filing bankruptcy just when he's supposed to pay his contractors. Brags about not paying taxes in over decade. Has been proven to be narcissistic personality; possibly has a narcissistic personality disorder. He is a liar. And you think this man will be good for our country.....make Amerikkka great again.
On the other hand you have a woman who has served others all of her life. Been in public office over 30 years. With thinking like this it's probably Ivana Trump's, Marla Maples', Melania Trump's and don't forget probably Hillary's too....... it's their fault Trump is like he is. After all we run the men. We just don't run the country.
Look at God!! A former coaching client referred Patrick Collins to me for my Get Ready for Greatness Executive Coaching Series. Patrick is the son of world renowned Civil Rights activist and educator Marva Collins who was portrayed by Cicely Tyson in the made-for-tv movie - The Marva Collins Story.
After the first few coaching sessions, Patrick presented me with the honor of editing his new book - Learning Curve; Living in the shadow of Marvin Collins. He and I are now joining forces by combining my work in early childhood music education with his international early childhood education advocacy effort. He has agreed to serve as chairman of our board as we create the Marva Collins Foundation and the Marva Collins Early Childhood Education Scholarship Fund. The Marva Collins Foundation will be operating out of Chicago, IL where I am now opening a second office for CTI Marketing and the Marva Collins Scholarship will become part of our Cora Lee Cuff Fund here in Jacksonville, FL…
Yesterday a close friend's Mother passed away. I had no words of comfort for his pain. All I could think about was who loves you like your Mother...no one.
A child preparing to be born asked God,
“They tell me you are sending me to earth tomorrow, but how am I going to live there being so small and helpless?”
God answered, “Among the many angels, I chose one for you. She will be waiting for you and will take care of you.”
The child paused and again addressed God. “But tell me, here in Heaven, I don’t do anything else but sing and smile, that’s enough for me to be happy.”
“Your angel will sing for you and also smile for you every day and you will feel your angel’s love and be happy,” God replied.
“Oh,” the child said, “and how am I going to be able to understand the language that men speak?” And then, glancing at God the child asked, “What am I going to do when I want to talk to you?”
God softly touched the child on the head and said, “Your angel will place your hands together and …
I don’t usually dispense relationship advice, but I’m
not only a Certified Life Coach but certified in Relationship Counseling. After
having my own bumps in the road I began to study and assess my own mistakes.
Someone has got to have the answer. Some do. If you’re in a healthy
relationship and the work it takes to maintain your relationship seems easy
thank GOD up above. It doesn’t always happen like that. We all have our issues. Women seek men that give
them stability and support. While men look for a woman that makes them feel
good about themselves. Did she or does she make him a priority? There are some
things that men and women both want. 1.Is
this person affectionate? Do I feel loved and cared for with this person? 2.Do
we share the same values? You don’t have to agree for your moral compass to be in
I a priority? Everybody has family and other obligations, and responsibilities.
Everyone can appreciate ambition. But would you allow your job to take priority
over the perso…