All posts filed under: Jealousy

75 Years After Amelia Earhart: Are You Battling Your Own Beauty?

by Katina Hubbard The recent discovery of Amelia Earhart’s freckle cream sheds light on her mysterious disappearance…and on American women’s legacy of hating our bodies! Freckle cream? Amelia Earhart, the first woman to complete a trans-Atlantic flight and attempt to fly around the world, was trying to get rid of her FRECKLES!?! So much so that she included the cream in her must-bring bag when she attempted to fly around the world? Not only do I think she is drop dead gorgeous, but she was one of the most empowered woman in history: a talented, brave, and bold explorer of human limits in a world where women were intended for bearing children and stirring pots. Who gives a f*$k about her freckles? She did. And we all do…

How To Make Everyone Happy…(Part I: HER)

If given the chance, I’ll give you a copy of “‘Calling in ‘the One’: 7 Weeks to Attract the Love of Your Life.” I’ve never been single and read this book. It’s not really about finding your dream partner (although apparently it works, http://callingintheone.com), it’s about working through everything you’ve been taught by your parents, friends, and the world that has prevented you from being truly loved. While reading it this morning, I found a quote about the difference between what men and women need from relationships: What women need, according to Katherine Woodward Thomas: A woman needs to be heard and tended to in a relationship. Ideally, she needs to be noticed, wanted, and adored. She needs to feel treasured by her man and she needs a partner who demonstrates that he cares about her feelings. She needs someone who will anticipate her wishes and take action to fulfill them, even before she thinks to ask. She needs her partner to keep his word to her. She needs him to be someone she can …