DaaamnDaddy

Where Daddy Issues Drive Discussion

Category

Uncategorized

Survival Stories: Halimah DeOliveira

Thursday September 21 is Rape, Assault, Incest, National Network Day also known as RAINN Day. Instead of using a television series or providing an anecdote from my personal life, I sought out a speaker who had lived through the experience…. Continue Reading →

Let’s Talk about SEX…EDUCATION

About a month ago I reached out to the traphisticated change agents of KIMBRITIVE, Kimberly Huggins & Brittany Brathwaite to do a collaborative call in regards to Rape, Assault & Incest National Network Day. That topic isn’t exactly in alignment… Continue Reading →

Put ALL the cards on the table, or End Up with a BIG JOKER

I shared this screenshot over a year ago. After finding out the guy I was seeing had a child and realizing I had never asked. See, I had already identified my problem pattern when it came to men. I liked… Continue Reading →

Fatherless Fathers Day Chat

A couple weeks ago Life Coach Latisha Carr approached me with the idea to do a Father’s Day Brunch for women who have lost their Dad’s or grew up without one. I thought it was a dope idea, put some… Continue Reading →

A couple months ago I had a moment at work where I felt unprotected. Someone called, I transferred them; the person I transferred them to placed them on hold. She had attempted to transfer them to someone else, but that… Continue Reading →

Forgiveness

Ok, Let’s talk about forgiveness. When I received the idea for October’s post on “What Make You Who You Are” Kori asked me if I had any animosity toward Buddha I wasn’t ready to address it, but I did. Two weeks… Continue Reading →

Telling the Truth in Television: How Survivor’s Remorse is Getting it Right

Season Three of Survivor’s Remorse touched on so many pertinent issues. Colorism. Abortion. Rape. Not having a living Will. A carry over issue had been something near and dear to this blog. DADDY ISSUES. This season M.Chuck is in court… Continue Reading →

Managing the Pain of Living

September is Pain Awareness Month. I discovered this when researching what resources could be the focus of the bulletin board at the Mental Health Clinic I work at. *Pain is a warning sign that indicates a problem that needs attention*… Continue Reading →

3 lessons I learned from Queen Sugar

If you’re anything like me, you spent at least two days of this past week watching the two-night premier or OWN’s newest series Queen Sugar.

Ghost the Ghost Dad

What interest me most about reading through these opinionated exchanges were their thoughts on Ghost as a Dad.

© 2017 DaaamnDaddy — Powered by WordPress

Theme by Anders NorenUp ↑