As women, we’ve been told for as long as we can remember that love will save us …that a relationship is that missing piece we need to complete our lives.
I am not dating a N*gger,' the 20-year-old aspiring social worker stated in her blog post before launching into a poetic tirade praising her boyfriend's numerous good qualities.
Courting controversy: Before long, death threats and vile comments about Ashlyn and Ra'Montea's interracial relationship started pouring in.
In her personal essay titled, 'I am not dating a racial slur,' Ashlyn writes that she and her boyfriend, Ra'Montae Green, have been together for two years and have never directly experienced racism as an interracial couple.
Color-blind: Ashlyn Sullivan, 20, who is white, has responded to racist comments about her and her boyfriend, Ra'Montae Green (right), by penning a powerful blog post last month, which has since gone viral 'Let me just get this straight though.
I am dating a humble man, someone who puts others before himself.
I am dating a man who loves motorcycles, and music.
but not so much on whether I was even ready to be in a real relationship. It took a few years and many epiphanies before I got to the right place internally and sorted through what needed sorting. But I’m also the first person to give you a dose of honest truth and help you along the sometimes daunting road to get to where you want to go.
And with that, let’s take a look at the most glaring signs that you aren’t ready to be in a relationship.
When you feel unhappy and dissatisfied in life, it’s easy to point to your relationship status as the cause.
You think that as soon as you find a great guy and have an amazing relationship, everything will be wonderful. Although a relationship can certainly your relationship.
For Green, it was his only second ever encounter with racism in 20 years‘I am dating a man who helps me buy groceries, wash laundry, and even clean my apartment even though he has other things to do, works 40 hours a week, and it’s not his job.