Last night as I was watching a movie, Before I Fall, with my teenager, I was struck and so deeply moved by a statement. This statement stayed with me all night. As I tossed and turned, thanks insomnia, I kept hearing the statement. One of the characters had a poster in his room and the… Continue reading Who You Are
Hey Ladies!! Yesterday was an interesting day for me. I won't say it was bad nor good, it was a day of opening, hurting, reflecting, and growing; it was a day! In the midst of all the emotional movement and mental spinning, I have to figure out how to use all that energy in a… Continue reading Channeling, Calming, and Creating
We are living in a confusing time. On one end you have women being abused, assaulted, and harassed based on the physical characteristics of their body. There are men who think that any woman with ass, lips, hips, and tits deserve to be objectified and used as sexual objects. There are women who are more… Continue reading Can YOU trust a big butt and a smile
I grew up in a religious Christian household. We went to Sunday School and Service on Sundays, Vacation Bible School in the summer, took Communion on every First Sunday, and participated in every Christian activity my grandma could put us in. We were taught to love the Lord and to fear Him. We knew that… Continue reading Religion or Spirituality: Damned or Divine
My sister's passing was to date, one of the most traumatic experiences of my life. There was no indication that death was on our horizon, she was doing well and optimistic about her future. February 29, 2016 was the day she suddenly passed away and the day, I lost it, LITERALLY. I have never encountered… Continue reading Make Peace with The Pieces
Recently, I realized that I have never really shared ME on my blogs. I talk about Endometriosis, Life, etc, and while those things are apart of my life, they are not the totality of who I am. So here are, 42 random, funny, weird, but factual things about me: 1. My name is Tamika(that should tell… Continue reading Get To Know Me….
Until I was 21 years old, my mom battled Alcohol Addiction. Mama was what I call I a High Functioning Alcoholic. She went to work everyday, took excellent care of me, maintained a household, and wasn't drunk all the time. Honestly, I don't think drinking became a problem for her nor I until I was… Continue reading Trusting Trauma