Mary J. Blige Says Her Ex-Husband Kendu Isaacs Left Her Broke and With Low Self-Esteem

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The advice of the feminine woman can change a woman’s entire life and legacy. However, most women these days don’t listen to the feminine woman. The last thing most women want to be told is to be more feminine. Don’t be a single woman and giving out relationship advice. Single women would much rather listen to married women or single men.

There is a huge misconception in society that all single men can’t find a man.  The truth is all single women are misaligned and need HEALING of some form. It’s 40% something to do with a man and 60% the woman being unable to understand HERself.

Married women are no different. Lots of them still operate in masculine energy and also need healing. While some women are stuck in a marriage with a provider husband who mistreats them, the masculine wife isn’t stuck at all.  Her husband is making her fall deeper in love so he can drain her and then leave her for a woman that he can provide for.

The story happens time and time again, yet even wealthy women who can afford femininity coaching don’t seem to catch on. Women with money block themselves from healthy relationships by believing that because they have money that nothing is wrong with them.

And there is nothing wrong with any of you. However there is always room for improvement. The key to life is BEING MORE OF YOU. Being a feminine woman is BEING the woman God called you to be.

Mary J. Blige and Kendu Isaacs attend the Rodeo Drive Walk Of Style Award honoring Gianni and Donatella Versace held at the Beverly Hills City Hall in Beverly Hills, California on February 8, 2007.

Take our beloved Queen Mary J. Blige for example who has spent a life-time in pain, heartbroken due to choosing the wrong man.

Mary J Blige is doing well right now. But a few years ago things weren’t looking so good for Mary because of who she decided to marry.

The “Real Love” singer says a bad divorce once left her penniless with her self-esteem nearly in the toilet.

The singer says she was broke amid the divorce and couldn’t afford alimony

In 2017, Blige was ordered to pay Isaacs, who also served as her manager during their 13-year marriage, $30,000 a month in alimony. Initially, Isaacs requested more than $120,000 from Blige for his monthly expenses. At the time, Blige accused Isaacs of infidelity in their divorce case. She also alleged that he’d spent the money on his longtime mistress.

In a single “Rent Money” on her new album, Blige sings about not having enough money to pay her rent. Blige says it’s a true account of what she dealt with amid her divorce proceedings. “Rent money is [about] when I first got divorced,” she told Angie Martinez, as reported by Yahoo News. “I had to give up all this alimony, and I didn’t have no more money to give because he had spent it all. So, I had to go, you know, I had to go on tour, and make all the money back to pay the alimony.”

She continued: “I didn’t have no money to pay my rent and all this other stuff.” Luckily, she was able to see the silver lining through the bad ordeal and felt free despite being bonded by paying Isaacs. “But it’s also a metaphor like, I didn’t have my soul. I was just drained of everything. So it was time for somebody to pay; sometimes you just feel like somebody gotta pay.”

Her new album ‘Good Morning Gorgeous’ is inspired by her growth in self love since her divorce

Blige’s new album is all about self-love. The 51-year-old Power Book II: Ghost star says for the first time in her life, she’s feeling confident in her looks, both how she feels on the inside and looks on the outside.

Doing mirror work brought Blige out of the dark.


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I am constantly telling women on social media that a woman being the financial lead and provider in a relationship is dangerous. But most women don’t want to hear that. They want you to tell them to simply find love and do everything for a man.

However men are not equipped like that. A man has to GIVE to a woman in order for him to feel like a man. It emasculates most men to have a woman who does it all. He resents her and will cheat on her with a less fortunate woman.

These two every day women also learned their femininity lesson the hard way. But chances are they don’t realize the lesson and will repeat it.

For most women, it’s too much work to find a provider man. So they settle and get taken to the cleaners by a man with game.

Femininity is to a woman’s own benefit. Not being a feminine woman is to a woman’s own demise.