Michelynn Moss is Bestselling Author, Marriage Officiant, wife, mother and grandmother. She has penned seven book Collaborations and Anthologies and they include, “Wake Up Girlfriends”, “Joy in the Journey”, “Confinement Chronicles”, “HEALING the City In HEELS” “Stomping Out Domestic Violence”, “I-Testify”, “Soul-Metamorphosis” and “Broken To Be Molden and Mended”.
In addition, Michelynn loves family time, cooking, dancing, traveling but most importantly praising the Lord.
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Kim Potter, the police woman who fatally shot Dante Wright said “sorry” repeatedly as she addressed Wright’s family in the court room before sentencing on Friday. The former Minneapolis police officer said she confused or mistook her handgun for her taser.
Potter was convicted in December of first- and second-degree manslaughterin the April 11 killing of Wright, a 20-year-old Black motorist, she was sentenced on Friday to two years in prison. Only on the more serious charge in accordance with state law. Wright’s family denounced the sentence as too lenient and accused the judge of giving more consideration to the white officer than the Black victim.
Speaking before the sentence was imposed, Potter was shaking and tearful. A much different image from that shown in her smiling mugshot.
Potter offered an apology to Wright’s family, then spoke directly to his mother: “Katie, I understand a mother’s love. I’m sorry I broke your heart … my heart is broken and devastated for all of you.”
Join us on the air as we discuss “Sorry” – Is it always remorseful or a word of convenience?”
There is always talk about what red 🚩flags to look for in a relationship but never what the green flags would look like. These flags are not always about a list but about how well and how healthy are your relationships in order to thrive.
Human mind naturally tends to focus on the negatives, or red flags, of a given situation, including dating. But the positive components, or green flags, matter, too, and mindfully considering them stands to offer some serious benefits.
Join our host on Conversations Of A Sistah tonight at 6:30 p.m. EST as we delve into this topic, in the meantime sound off on the subject here!!
Obviously being single carries the least amount of emotional risk and stress and prevents the potential traumatic experiences a marriage can allow (like cheating, divorce, death of spouse). While being single allows you to not have to answer to another person’s happiness (to a realistic extent) at all. You can have more time to yourself.
But being single can also feel lonely at times and many older singles can find it hard to have friends, as many will be married and have families of their own (per some older singles).
Married life can give more security if both parties can cooperate. Money, socialization and the support of another person can sometimes allow you to be the best version of yourself. A good marriage builds you up especially if both partners support each others goal.