Dating a black women
Although he had never called me that, he had accused me of being all over the place emotionally.I have no doubt that if this were to have turned into a larger discussion, the conversation would have quickly became heated, resulting in him dismissing me to go home and disengage. In fact, no black woman should ever be called or be worried about being called that.The alternative is your mind, body, and soul deteriorating under the pressure of being bottled in.This isn’t serving you, which in turn isn’t serving anyone else.
I’ve started to understand that emotions come and go.
My sisters and I are out here meditating, saging our spaces, and focusing on healing.
Worrying about how the world sees us is the last thing we have time for.
The people I’m dating too sometimes judge my personality by my physical characteristics.
The stereotypes I encounter make it harder for me to fall in love wholeheartedly.I wanted to get to the bottom of this mess, but I knew I had to handle the situation with caution.