Freddy Wants A Baby, Jeannie Doesn’t And What To Do About It

by Yvonne Chase

Don’t Want Kids What do you do when both of you agree you don’t want kids before marriage and now one of you wants kids after you’ve been married a while? That’s the dilemma Jeannie Mai and her husband Freddy have been dealing with for the past three years. Watch the video below and we’ll […]

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4 Ways To Overcome Sexual Sin Once And For All

by Yvonne Chase

Overcome Sexual Temptation The other day, a girlfriend and I were talking about sexual temptation. She said, “You know, having been married for years and now divorced, it’s hard sometimes. The temptation is real. She then asked how do you overcome sexual temptation and sexual sin? Here’s how I did it and continue to overcome. It’s a […]

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Waiting Until Marriage Does Not Guarantee A Great Sex Life

by Yvonne Chase

Zero Guarantee Are you a virgin? If yes, why? Are you one of those virgins who thinks waiting until marriage will guarantee a great sex life? If you are, it’s time to get a new thought. Waiting until marriage comes with a zero guarantee of sexual gratification in marriage. Motives Are Right The only guarantee that […]

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Ruth Graham, Dating A Game Changer And Transparency

by Yvonne Chase

Security And Men Today I woke up early and watched Joyce Meyer. At the end of her broadcast, she sat down with Ruth Graham; daughter of famed evangelist Billy Graham and his wife by the same name. During the conversation, I learned something about Ruth I never knew. Ruth felt abandoned by her father when […]

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Kids And Dating Can Be A Disaster Or Not

by Yvonne Chase

Dating A Man With Kids Over the weekend, I had a very spirited conversation on Twitter about dating a man with kids. I’ve only dated two men with kids. It’s not something I ever wanted to do because of the complications that can sometimes come with it. Harsh But True I used to always say, […]

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Spirited Comment, Marriage, Divorce And What God Intended

by Yvonne Chase

Spirited Comment Stereotypical Single Black Mother Today I woke up to a spirited comment on the post, Janet Jackson Could’ve Avoided Divorce And Single Motherhood. Read it below and we’ll talk after: Janet and Wissam were only married 4 years and a few months. She’s got her own money and will be just fine without her ex husband’s […]

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Unequally Yoked Relationships Lead Us To A Hard Place

by Yvonne Chase

Unequally Yoked And Interfaith Relationships In my last post titled Janet Jackson Could’ve Avoided Divorce and Single Motherhood, I talked about unequally yoked and interfaith relationships. Traditional Wife Janet’s ex-husband, Wissam is a devout Muslim who wanted to be with a traditional wife that stuck with Muslim traditions. That’s not Janet, Ms. Jackson if you’re […]

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Janet Jackson Could’ve Avoided Divorce And Single Motherhood

by Yvonne Chase

Hoped She Would Change Although Janet Jackson is not receiving a paltry sum from her billionaire ex-husband Wissam Al Mana for their son Eissa, I believe it could’ve been avoided. Earlier today, I read an article that shares reasons why their marriage of five years came to an end. Basically, Wissam married Janet and hoped […]

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Dear Future Husband, I’m Not Writing You A Letter

by Yvonne Chase

I Think It’s Silly I have never written a Dear Future Husband letter. Have you? To be very honest with you, when I saw the hashtag floating around Twitter, I thought it was silly. Sure I read some of the tweets and some were sentimental and very sweet, however, I still think it’s silly to […]

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Peanut Butter And Jelly Are The Key Ingredients To Lasting Love

by Yvonne Chase

Marry The Wrong Woman I had a revelation the other day. Actually, I’ve had this revelation for a while. Here’s the revelation, most Christian men will marry the wrong woman. Want to know why? Because the woman God has for you will be as different and the opposite of you as peanut butter is to […]

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