It’s been assumed that this is happening because women want to concentrate on their professional lives and career advancement, but is that the real reason?
If you want to improve your romantic relationship or find the love you deeply desire, I strongly recommend checking out the work of Esther Perel.
As women of color, we’re supposed to apologize for taking up space in this world. But I’m done with that. Sorry, I ain’t sorry.
The entertainment world is abuzz about the recently released romantic comedy, Crazy Rich Asians.
In my opinion, luck doesn’t exist. What we call luck is what happens when opportunity meets preparation.
Many years ago, when I was in the middle of a painful breakup, my bestie Nicole gave me some great advice. She said, “The best revenge is living well.”
I’m a firm believer that it’s how we handle life’s challenges that really defines us.
When a homeless person on the street asks you for money, do you acknowledge them?
When someone says something racist, sexist, or otherwise offensive to us, we tend to freeze. I call these “Oh no you didn’t!” moments. I use a technique called scripting to prepare for times like this.
When I went to see Bishop T. D. Jakes speak, he said many amazing things—but there was one key moment that brought me to my knees.
There was a time when I was afraid of speaking up in meetings. Luckily, I was able to overcome my fear.
Brown is beautiful. And as a darker, brown-skinned Punjabi woman, I say bring on the darker shades!
While we did learn yoga asanas at the ashram, it was learning to practice mindfulness that really changed my outlook and made me feel more grounded in my life.
As someone who has had her heart broken more than most (I know, I know, hard to believe!), and who has spent a lot of time solo, I have a theory about what happens to us when we’re single. I call it the “Bookend Theory of Heartache.”
When many people hear the word “supremacy,” they instantly think of white hoods and the KKK. This is certainly one aspect of supremacy, but it’s not the whole story. To truly understand supremacy, we also need to understand its connection to power and privilege.
The single best piece of career advice that I have ever received is always spend less than you make. Why? Because doing so will ultimately give you freedom.
To lift myself up, and to keep myself strong to the work of fighting hate, I focus on cultivating my personal power.