Adapted by Antisia King

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I was in a relationship with my Son's Father for eight years, and as time passed It became clear that we weren't on the same path.

As much as I loved him, we just couldn’t make things work, during our relationship I became seriously ill and I was near death, I was taking seven different medications on a daily basis.

Determined to live and see my son grow up, I sought out holistic remedies for my illness. I began a plant-based diet and began a regimen of healing herbs. I studied Holistic Medicine as if my life depended on it because it did.

After years of research and strict discipline, I began to feel better to the point that my illness has been in remission for f...

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After nearly five breathless days of vote-counting, the American people -- and the world -- got the news Saturday: Joe Biden would be the next president of the United States. So, where to now, nation? CNN Opinion asked 26 commentators to consider the question: What does the outcome of this election say about America in 2020? The opinions are their own.


Penn Jillette: You have one job, Joe

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Okay, so it's not over, there will be court fights, but Joe has won. I used to identify as Libertarian, I used to have opinions on government. I used to think I disagreed with Joe Biden on most everything, but I voted for him. I wanted the other guy fired and I wanted Joe hired and for me the job description...

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By Shani Jones
Certified Sex Coach

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I am very fortunate to currently be attending the Woodhull Sexual Freedom Summit in Arlington, VA. This is my first conference, primarily because I never knew they existed, and I encourage everyone to attend this and conferences like it. It’s profound how much your knowledge is tested when around a diverse group of people that share a common goal, sexual freedom for all, and have multifaceted views, methods and means on how to achieve it. Sexual freedom is a basic, Creator given right of life for everyone and as long as consent is freely given, who and how you decide to have sex is your damn business.

I have had the chance to meet so many interesting pe...

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Shawn Binion, Serenity Cave

Amid a time of confusion and uncertainty, Detroit Native, Shawn Binion, desired to bring peace and harmony to those in need of healing. This desire further prompted Shawn to create a zen-like, therapeutic environment where people can receive natural healing services. Serenity Cave was designed to appeal to most of the senses and helps people achieve physical, emotional and mental wellbeing.

Lishawnna (Shawn) Binion was born in Detroit, MI on May 4, 1981. She graduated from High School in 1998. Shawn then went on to earn a Bachelors in Psychology from Wayne State University and a Masters in Public Administration from Oakland University.

Shawn worked in the field of H...

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By Dr. Rose
Psychologist, Author, Speaker & Life Transformation Coach

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For as long as I can remember, I have loved love. I have been drawn to the concept of romantic love and everything that symbolizes it. I have an archive of diaries and journals dating back to elementary school that chronicles my affinity towards that 4 letter word. A few years ago, my daughters came across one of my childhood diaries. They got such a kick out of peeking into my girlhood years, and my frequent declarations of love for whatever boy caught my eye that week. One week it was the paper boy, the next week the cute new guy at church whose distinctive nose, according to my diary, had the regal-ness of a king. My gir...

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While Fall Is In Full Swing Now Is The Time To Start Planning your 2021 Golf Outing. Michigan Based Professional Golf Planners of America Is Ready To Help!

The cold winds may be blowing and the days getting shorter but believe it or not, now is the time to start planning for the 2021 golf outing season. Companies and nonprofits that launch their planning efforts now will be on track to recruit committee members, secure sponsors and get players to mark their calendars and sign up.

Fortunately, for organizations trying to juggle other pressing priorities, the work of planning and hosting a golf event doesn’t have to be done alone. Professional Golf Planners of America (PGPA) has the experi...

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By Deb Belt

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FLORIDA — Miami's rodent problem improved slightly in the past year and it shows in the city's ranking among America's "Rattiest Cities," the annual report from pest control company Orkin. Miami comes in at No. 20 on the company's 2019 rankings released, down one slot from the year before.

This is the sixth year that Atlanta-based Orkin has compiled the rankings, which are based on the number of rodent treatments the company performed from Sept. 15, 2018 to Aug. 31, 2020. It includes both residential and commercial treatments.

But Miami is not the only Florida city with a critter problem. Orkin said that Tampa is No. 41 on the list, down one place from a year earlier. Orlando ...

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Dr. Sabrina Says

November 2020

Dear Dr. Sabrina,

I am really struggling during the Pandemic and Political season. I am a Black Republican and I have had so many attacks from friends, family members, co-workers, and even church members. I understand that people are all over the place with emotions for various reasons. I struggle with this because a very dear friend who we have been friends for 30years, has attacked me for our difference in political views.

I have told her that we should stay away from discussions on politics. I am the Godmother to her children, and she was my maid of honor in my wedding. We share so many things in common, love for music, comedy, our taste in men, and our stro...

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By Brooke Porter Katz, Krista Simmons

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Feel like a celebrity, or maybe stay in the room next to one.

Booking a hotel in Los Angeles means deciding between icons brimming with history on the east side (Hollywood) and the west (Santa Monica)—not to mention new stars all across town, including classic Beverly Hills and the constantly-updating Downtown. (Tough choice, we know.) Our advice? Split your trip and base yourself in multiple neighborhoods—the pockets of Los Angeles are so different from one another it feel like two getaways in one. Our picks span locations, experiences, and price ranges; in other words, when it comes to places to stay in this town, there's something for every...

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Celebrities went all out…Did not hold back on Halloween Costumes.

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By: Latrice Delgado-Macon

This year high-fashion Halloween moments. Kylie Jenner dressed up as a king cobra snake and did so by slithering into a bodycon Mugler look. (Her and her friends also dressed as the Power Rangers this weekend.) Cardi B dressed up as a glittering Medusa, complete with a custom, dripping-in-gold outfit by designer Laurel DeWitt. Victoria Beckham dressed up as a terrifying clown—but a chic clown who wears Beckham’s own label. A killer clown with good taste.

Elsewhere, other stars looked to classic films or characters for their Halloween costume inspiration as well. Chrissy Teigen, for in...

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