Mimilove

Mimilove

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463 weeks ago @ ThisIsYourConscience.com - The #1 Sign He's NOT A... · 1 reply · +2 points

Sounds like your friend wants a Tasha Mack!

469 weeks ago @ ThisIsYourConscience.com - FYI Men: Mind Sex Shou... · 1 reply · +2 points

Late Nights And Early Mornings -Marsha Ambrosius
Say It or Mirror- Ne-YO
Come See Me, All I, Making You Wait, Imagination- Jill Scott

Just a few off my "set the mood" playlist... but in all truth and honesty, once we're into it, I'm more interested in the sounds we're making.

469 weeks ago @ ThisIsYourConscience.com - Believe It Or Not Ladi... · 0 replies · +1 points

You AND your pay check!

Watch out now! I see you boo! *smiles*

469 weeks ago @ ThisIsYourConscience.com - Believe It Or Not Ladi... · 0 replies · +1 points

YEEEES!

469 weeks ago @ ThisIsYourConscience.com - Believe It Or Not Ladi... · 0 replies · +1 points

You're welcome gorgeous!

469 weeks ago @ ThisIsYourConscience.com - Believe It Or Not Ladi... · 0 replies · +1 points

Thanks mama!

469 weeks ago @ ThisIsYourConscience.com - Believe It Or Not Ladi... · 9 replies · +2 points

I love the premise of this piece... sort of.

BUT I don't think couples need be "best friends" as much as they need be (or should want to be) SOUL-MATES.

In my mind the "best-friends" idea raises two questions for me, that regardless how they are answered the implications trouble me.

If you already have an opposite gendered, heterosexual best-friend, are we to assume that our friendship is more than friendship and there are some covert deeper feelings waiting to be "activated"? (See the many implications this scenario sets up?)

OR if we don't have an opposite gendered heterosexual best-friend, should we approach dating, looking for a best friend?

Hence why I advocate for couples being soul-mates, NOT best-friends. THERE IS A DIFFERENCE.

With a best friend you can be open, yourself and all those things Linc mentioned towards the end of the piece, because I best friend accepts you for you. (This I agree with).
BUT a soul-mate, their understanding is deeper. The don't just accept you. They know you. You may argue that a best-friend knows you as well, but the levels of understanding cannot be compared.
*sighs* (it frustrates me that I can't articulate this better) it's something that you almost have to witness before you can make sense of it.
I'll try and paint a picture, (if you could put your idealogical differences aside and just imagine it) in a philosophy class of mine we read a story about how originally humans had four arms, four legs, and two faces. Fearing the power of people set this way we were spilt in half and subsequently we spend the rest of our lives searching for the other half of ourself.

A soul mate SHARES a kindred spirit, a best friend can only see, understand, and accept it.

470 weeks ago @ ThisIsYourConscience.com - Amazing Foreplay 101: ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Not yet I haven't.

470 weeks ago @ ThisIsYourConscience.com - Amazing Foreplay 101: ... · 2 replies · +1 points

Hmmm...

I THINK I'm able to visualize what you're talking about...but I'm just not sure, sounds good.

470 weeks ago @ ThisIsYourConscience.com - If You Are Broke And K... · 1 reply · +6 points

I surely don't support people doing things out of their financial lane but I am guilty as charged for watching "19 and counting" ... that show with the Duggars.

The lack of financial resources is JUST the tip of the iceberg. People keep living under the pacifying pretenses that "money ain't everything" "we have love" "my kids will be tough" "I didn't come from shit and I'm fine" is just simply not true!

The psychological impact on the parents AS well as the children has ramifications that those statements don't dare account for! I