There's been countless times where co-wives find themselves in a unique set of circumstances. And that unique set of circumstances is trying to figure out how to treat one another in a respectful manner.
Although they may not be friends, it is extremely paramount to the overall climate of the family that you do indeed treat another well. In this video, I answer the burning question of how I can treat my co-wife cordially.
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Has there ever been a time, shoot, maybe multiple times, where you wished that your spouse was just a little different in some way? Have you ever thought to yourself, "maybe I can get him to change", or "if I did this, then he would be this way"? Has that ever worked for you? I know many of us may have these thoughts of wanting to change our spouse or spouses in some way or another and that is usually due to our selfish nature. Yes, I said it.
I am not exempt from this form of...
Often times I'm asked how I can handle communicating with my co-wife when we're married to the same man. Not only that, but another frequent question is how I can shift my focus off of my husband. So, in today's blog video I discuss how I shift my focus off of my husband in polygyny. You can watch the video HERE!
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As I watched and listened to countless women, especially black women speak on how hard it is to find a "man of value" or a "high value man", I realized that there are a number of things that are causing issues in the pursuit of black women having the fulfilled relationships they want, with the men or type of men they want. I would hallucinate that many of these issues stem from what we were taught and how we were brought up.
I discovered an on-going trend of teaching amongst...
The introduction into marriage & polygyny can be faced with it’s challenges. Couples may experience many ebbs & flows, which is completely normal in any relationship of substance. Loving your spouse on the bad days is where you can discover or rediscover what brought you to enjoy one another in the first place. In this video I discuss how the landscape of love may change while practicing polygyny; however this particular lifestyle change does not spell defeat in...
There has been heavy talk around the relationship cooler about masculine and feminine energy and what attracts "men of value". Time and time again, the word, "submissive" has been thrown out there and when that word is used by men (or by Muslims) people (usually women) react by stating that submissive women are "out of touch", "have low self esteem", "are brain-washed" or a new one I heard was, "pretty little slaves". I thought this was an interesting topic to discuss so I...
Let's tackle the burning question of how co-wives can cooperate with one another in polygyny. Often times societal norms that co-wives must be natural born enemies and that's just not the case. Co-wives can definitely live in peace if they give themselves permission to do so by seeing each others different perspectives and allowing one another to express their experiences. In this video, I share how my co-wife and I keep peace and cooperate with each other.
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Many times you have all asked about how Coach Nazir and I feel about getting married at a young age and do we feel like we "raised each other" throughout our marriage. In this video, Coach Nazir and I discuss our story of how we married young and what were some of the challenges we endured and the triumphs we celebrated as a couple.
Many of you were wondering and have asked me about your adult children & polygyny. Questions such as; “How do your adult children feel about polygyny, Do your grown children accept your co-wife, also What is their relationship like with your co-wife?” In this video, I discuss polygyny and having daughters that are adults now and how she has navigated their feelings.
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We've received a number of questions as well as comments on my co-wife and my relationship with one another. Questions such as, "Are you really this friendly to each other? How do you get along so well? Has it always been this way?" or one of the most common, "Can co-wives really be drama-free?"
The simple answer to the last question is, yes. However, I would be misleading you if I didn't tell you that it takes qualities and skills one must be willing to possess to achieve it....