Chick Talk

Welcome to “Chick Talk” which is based on advice I’ve shared with either my 32 year old daughter and others. The thought for this segment of my blog came from a discussion I was having with my 32 year old daughter, who lives on the east coast. She and I are very close and talk about everything, so I said to her jokingly, I should do a segment on my blog called “Chick Talk” where I’ll discuss life, love, and the pursuit of happiness from a Black woman’s perspective. I’ll share my years of wisdom, trials, tribulations and elation with the masses.

These entries are meant to help those that need to hear them. For those that feel they’re missing something from their lives. For those that just want plain and simple advice from a different point of view. I don’t intend to cure the world of its ills or cure a person of their misfortunes in life, but to share my experiences, ones that may differ from what you traditionally believe in. I want to share what I know and what I’ve learned. That’s it and that’s all. So here we are, the first entry and with hopes of many more…

TOPIC: Loneliness

You can feel lonely even when your with someone. You havta learn to be in love with yourself first before you can love someone else. Self love is vital. It doesn’t mean you won’t ever feel lonely but you can learn to be comfortable with being alone. You have to fill the void with positive energy so it doesn’t feel so desperate.

Hobbies, writing, and being in the moment help with that feeling. Don’t dwell on the past and worry about the future. Just be in the moment for a few minutes every day but leave the past in the past. Past mistakes and past problems only matter if it effects right now (present day) and if that’s the case deal with it in the now, with what you can do about it right now and not what you should’ve done way back then.


Author’s note: Thank you for stopping by and giving this a read. Comments are always welcomed.

Please continue to practice social distancing to stay safe and healthy.

Peace and Blessings – CV Davis

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6 thoughts on “Chick Talk

  1. Good advise, I have always said, “You must learn to love yourself first. Your love should never be dependent on being loved by another.”

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  2. Nice to hear, you and your daughter are close. Not always the case, for our black culture. My son, the oldest of three just turned 32 last week. He and his brother, are still living with my wife and I. My only girl, is on her own, and we’re also close also. May the chick talk, bring both your heart even closer! Blessings!

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    • I can say I am truly blessed when it comes to the relationship between me and my two girls. I have the soon to be 32 yo and a soon to be 18 yo. They have made this life worth it in so many ways. I am glad that you and your children are close as well. You’re right our community struggles with interpersonal relationships which is a left-over curse from the days of slavery. When it wasn’t safe to be attached or close to your loved ones. Here’s to getting over ingrained programming. *Peace and Blessings to you and yours!*

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