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Tanith Rice-Harris

Tanith Rice-Harris
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Tanith Rice-Harris is a wanna-be stay at home wife, mother and an aspiring romance author. She spends her days being creative, searching for good music, and trying not to suck at life. Check her out at: www.sunnyharris.net or on Facebook @tanith.riceharris.

The Importance of Saying Goodbye to Toxic Relationships

Did you know that being in a toxic relationship can kill you? Well, hopefully not literally, but it can kill your spirit. Relationships are powerful. Humans...

5 Throwback R&B Songs That Are Like Black Woman Therapy Over...

If you love music like I do, you probably remember Lauryn Hill crooning that respect was just the minimum. And you definitely recall Erykah Badu advising...

“It’s Not Your Job to Fix A Broken Man”: Dating Wisdom...

The dating scene has always been a bit of a madhouse, largely due to the fact that there’s really no right way to date. With...

5 Ways to Follow Your Passion While Working a 9 to...

How many times have you witnessed someone punching the clock day after day while their dreams seem to be far removed from than their...

Stay Ready: 6 Unique Challenges of Working While Black… & A...

It’s no secret that as women we just don’t get a fair shake when it comes to the corporate world. The inequalities we face...

5 Reasons Why I’m Happy I Met Mr. Wrong

No one gets into a relationship expecting it to end in complete and utter failure, but sometimes that’s just how the cookie crumbles. I learned...

“I Got A Lot To Be Mad About”: Why Forgiveness Isn’t...

These days, nearly everywhere you turn there’s some type of message on forgiveness. And why not? It’s pretty hard to argue with the fact that...

Don’t Believe the Hype: Loving Yourself in the Age of Social...

In the age of social media, it often seems that perception is everything. Everyone wants to have the perfect life, the best selfies, a flawlessly...

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Don’t Back Down When God Gives You Everything You’ve Prayed For

This year I’ve learned that sometimes when we whisper our prayers, we pray for what we believe we need. I speak things into the universe...

Insecure No More

When I think about my past, one of the things I would never have called myself was insecure. I had a diverse peer group. I...

When Love Fails and You Prevail: 5 Steps to Gracefully Become...

Iwas 20 years old when I got married to who I thought was the perfect guy. I diligently saved myself for marriage. I was a...