Reblogged from The Feminine Black Woman:
“Pay attention to your enemies, for they are the first to discover your mistakes” [Antisthenes]
“You can discover what your enemy fears most by observing the means he uses to frighten you” [Eric Hoffer The Passionate State of Mind]
This is not an IRR blog, but I may post about IRR from time to time. My goal in life is to help black women to rediscover their femininity, and find happiness in life, which includes being happy in a relationship. That being said, I will now attempt to address an issue that I’m sure a lot of black women can relate to, and that is recognising and ostracising her enemy.
Most times it’s easy to tell if someone is your enemy and usually that person does not have your best interest at heart. However, in most cases, deciphering an enemy can be quite tricky. You see, an enemy can be anyone. You can be sitting next to your enemy right now and not even know it. Your enemy can be a friend, co-worker, sibling, distant or close relative or a lover. … (Continue reading)