Give That Man Respect

Appreciating Love Through Death



by Dawgelene "Dr Dawj" Sangster- While the world celebrates what is known as Valentine's day with all of the cards, candy, expensive dinners and items; I remember a man, my late husband James Sangster, that showed love EVERYDAY by being present in my life. James wasn't this extreme romantic who made a big deal out of secular holidays, but he showed love by being mentally, spiritually and emotionally present in my life. While that may not be a big deal to some, for a woman like me that takes pride in my faith, mental stability and emotional connections, having someone to give that on a daily basis is extremely important to me.


James was that guy that paid attention to details I didn't even know he was paying attention to like changing my hairstyle ever 3 weeks; feelings of frustration without me saying a word or knowing when I needed a hug. I shared things with him I did not want share with others because I knew he had my best interest at heart and would oftentimes save me from myself! On this day that the world celebrates, I choose to salute a great guy that lived a life of faith, strength and courage until the very end, and was a great husband.

Rest in Peace James Sangster and Thank You for all you did in my life!

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Anointed Wives Ministry Prayer Breakfast 2014


by Dawgelene 'Dr Dawj" Sangster- As the new year kicks into gear, many people have made resolutions to lose weight, save money, travel, go back to school and do other things. However, one group of women are starting a movment to be better wives in 2014 and beyond. Felicia Houston, founder and CEO of the Anointed Wives Ministry, recently held her 6th annual prayer breakfast to kick off the new year.

"I am passionate about marriages and women doing what we need to do and be for our husbands. Marriage Rocks!" says Mrs. Houston.


Many women packedĀ  St Xavier University on a recent Saturday morning to pray, eat and receive inspiration from dynamic speakers to include, Summer Alexander, Keyonda S. McQuarters, Debbi Boer Smits and Jamilla Thomas. They danced to the tunes of Zumba music by instructor, Lenora Henderson and even received the "laying on of hands" while traveling through a human "prayer tunnel".

"We are on a movement for 2014 to make a difference and we will be different," says Mrs. Houston.

You can join the movement by contacting them via website: or Facebook:



Dawgelene is a Life Coaching Strategist, Freelance Photo Journalist, Blogger and World Changer. Reach me via twitter @Dawgelene

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