Failed Relationships, Infedelity

A Husband’s Infidelity & A Wife’s Insecurities, Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


When a couple remain married after an affair, the victim’s self-confidence is gone.  After all, how can the one who’s been betrayed give their cheating spouse everything that the affair partner could – the excitement, the fresh conversation, the sex, the attention, etc.? After-all, self-esteem, self-concept and self-confidence are all very similar and somewhat related.

When a woman has been betrayed by her husband’s infidelity, no amount of words or healing can compete with the inner most thoughts in her mind. That woman is constantly trying to convince friends, family and the world that there’s happiness and tranquility in the midst of her forgiveness. This seems to be the case with Beyonce and jay Z of late, with nude pics surfacing online and throughout social media, attempting to share with the world how solid their love is.

This is a bit much but what’s the real issue here?

Join us at 6:30 p.m. EST with host Tracy L. Bell via Blog Talk Radio on “Conversations Of A Sistah” for Ms. Bell’s commentary “A Husband’s Infidelity and a Wife’s Self Esteem

All “links in this post” will access the online show.

Hope to see you on the air!!!!

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Beyonce, Infedelity, Jay Z, New Music

It’s “NEVER OK” for a Man (married or single) To Have a Side Chick


beyonce-lemonade-hbo-compressedI woke up to a flood of email messages this morning from blog readers and show listeners wondering what my thoughts and opinions were regarding Beyoncé’s new music “Lemonade”.

And based upon what I’m being schooled on is, Beyonce pouring out her frustration and bitterness in a collection of songs laced with lyrics of infidelity and deceit.

The gist of all the buzz is, Beyoncé’s husband of six years, rap mogul Jay Z cheated on her when she makes reference to Jay Z‘s mistress “Becky” in her song Sorry,” which ends with the line, “he better call Becky with the good hair.” Also referencing his mistress being a white woman.

The woman identified as Jay’s mistress is a fashion designer by the name of Rachel Roy. Roy is believed to be the catalyst behind Solange‘s (Beyoncé’s sister), infamous elevator assault on Jay Z in 2014. Surveillance video inside the elevator captured Solange wildly punching and kicking Jay Z as Beyonce stood by and watched with detached amusement.

My thoughts are #1, I can’t believe ‘good hair’ amongst women is still being referenced in 2016, along with the notion that women have to compete with white women for a man, their man or any man for that fact.

#2, That women are so damn desperate for a man, that they would actually think or accept it being ok for him to be with you and a side chick? What the fuck is wrong with women today? If he can’t  commit to you, kick his disloyal ass to the curb. Point, blank period!!

A male associate of mine said to me this morning, “Beyoncé is a strong woman to stay with Jay Z” Really? This has absolutely nothing to do with her strength but the message she’s sending to young woman regarding their self-worth. If you know he’s cheating and got a side chick, it’s not love it’s stupidity.

There you have it, my  2 cents and opinion on the matter..

Conversations Of A Sistah, Infedelity, Love & Relationships, Relationships, Tracy L. Bell

Conversations Of A Sistah return tonight with this topic: “When people won’t admit, how they can’t commit”


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It might be a New Year but people are dealing with the same issues and one is commitment or the lack thereof.

Why do men and women marry only to have another someone on the side? Do their relationship excitements expire and they look for a zest outside of their marriages in addition to their perspective spouses? Why do men and women marry then cheat?

And I know this is not in all situations but in some cases it’s a grim reality. If you cheat during your courtship you’re likely to cheat in your marriage. Women are just as susceptible to this type of behavior as men. It’s as if, some people have a sickness and an inability to commit.

So is it true, that men want their bride plus someone else on the side? And that some women prefer their groom and another man in the room? What is this sickness and inability to be fully committed in a relationship or marriage?

“When people won’t admit, how they can’t commit”… I’m exploring this topic and discussing this issue tonight as “Conversations Of A Sistah” return on “Conversations Live” at 8:00 P.M. I will also be taking your phone calls and entertaining your opinions at 1 (347) 426-3645 use option “1′ to speak with the host!

You can access the show at any of the Conversations links in this post or right here!

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