Bitch

Iyanla Vanzant offers a moving lesson for women everywhere.
But bitchy women can be so insightful and so brilliantly funny. Their biting sarcasm can make you marvel. It is hard to stay bitchy though. It is exhausting ... which is why so many bitchy women complain about how tired they are.
As a woman in business, often times voicing your opinion leads others to accuse you of being aggressive. But if you can't step up without being inaccurately judged, how do you inspire and lead? Ultimately, is being "half a bitch" not half bad to succeed in an increasingly competitive world and workplace?
Oh yes, women like to be seen as regular angels in women's clothing but we know they can also be the cattiest of cats and bitches from hell. Just like MOTHER NATURE. She is the worst and the best because she's the boss.
I've written several pieces exploring why the male characters in my novels tend to be misogynist A-holes. But I recently had an experience that made me realize I'm looking at the issue from the wrong perspective.
It suddenly all made sense. Said woman really had no personal affront with me, she just suffered from Resting Bitch Face (RBF.) She couldn't help it. That was how her face looked in its resting position. A collage of her recent Facebook profile pictures flashed through my mind's eye, and I recalled how in each one she was sporting that RBF.
Chill out, dude, you might be thinking. It's just slang, or whatever. But the words we use to describe women carry weight
The mother of your child is not your enemy. Even when she makes you feel like she is. She is your ally in the most important mission of your life--the successful rearing of your child. So before you think to berate her in front of the watchful eyes of the world, remember this.
In the songwriting business, where some of our choices may not appear to have been the wisest in retrospect, I suggest to you that we shouldn't be so hard on ourselves. Maybe we made those choices because we were listening to our heart and didn't even know it.