Author Archives: Ketima Whitehall

About Ketima Whitehall

Ketima Whitehall is the nom de plume of accountant and CTA Certified Life Coach Robin D. Aiken, a Silver Spring, Maryland native and Morgan State University alumna. In April, 2014 Ketima published her first fictional novel, Smoke and Mirrors - The Secret Life of a Cheater, which was loosely based on her personal experience with infidelity. After turning her relationship around, Ketima made it her goal to help as many people as possible avoid or overcome infidelity and find fulfillment in their romantic love relationships.

Are You Unintentionally Disrespecting Your Man?

Imagine this scenario: You and your man are out to a restaurant with friends. The food is good, drinks are flowing and the conversation is lively. Everyone is having a good time. Your friend’s man reaches for the salt and … Continue reading

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“No” is not a four-letter word

Her voice carries in the hallway as she greets her adoring fans.  The closer it gets, the louder it gets; and the hair on the back of your neck stands at attention.   She’s coming to your office and you know exactly what she … Continue reading

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The Sexual Double Standard: A Lock & Key Analogy

For a good part of my 48 years,  for one reason or another, I’ve heard examples of the double standard being applied to males and females.  Particularly when it comes to sexual morality, males have more freedom than females; but why?  This unwritten code of … Continue reading

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Forgive us our trespasses…

Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us – the seventh and eighth lines of The Lord’s Prayer; a prayer many of us recite daily.  Just imagine if the Lord forgave us according to the measure … Continue reading

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But what should I say?

“You say what you want to say when you don’t care who’s listening” – Allen Ginsberg Profound words?  Maybe.  Maybe not.  Definitely liberating for a new blogger like me! For months I poured over my blog; writing and re-writing, tweaking … Continue reading

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It’s all coming together

When I contemplated becoming a life coach, I had no idea where it would take me.  All I knew was that I wanted to help people achieve more fulfilling relationships with their romantic partners, family members and friends.  Now, 3 years later, I’ve taken that … Continue reading

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