Let’s Get It Together

By now, I thought I would have heard more press on a very tragic situation that happened between two sisters in the Leimert Park area of Los Angeles, CA that happened almost a week ago. It was a good example of how two women, in this case two sisters, would end up paying the ultimate price for having an argument. The mix for today will be short, I really want you to read the article and let me know how you felt after reading about these two young women…..

Tamaya and Tanisha Davis were arguing at 3:00 am in the morning. What started as a verbal assault between the two sisters eventually turned into a physical altercation – one sister pulled the other into the street and both were struck by a vehicle and pronounced dead on the scene. The driver of the vehicle is now being sought as he/she left the scene of the accident (click the names below to read the entire article).

I feel so much sorrow for the mother of these two young ladies – they were born together and now, unfortunately, they will be laid to rest together. Nothing in this world is worth your life and nothing that has gone bad between you and another woman cannot be solved by just simply talking things out. More and more, women are using violence instead of logic or reason to handle their differences. Physical altercations can lead to much more than just bruises and hurt feelings; in this day and age, women are killing other woman and while this was not the case with these two young women it is evidence of just how quickly something can escalate into tragedy. I want to pray for the Davis family and challenge all the men and woman reading this blog to make an amends to those that you have wronged or with those that have wronged you. Your life should not be the price you pay for something that can be resolved. Instead of using the venomous words and your powerful voice; use terminology of rational mindfulness and your powerful presence mixed with some humility and the ability to admit you role and, if applicable, you’re wrong in the issue creating the wedge between you. Learn a lesson from this article and improve your emotional, mental and relationship mix.

Until the next time, add this ingredient to the bowl of decisions for your life and stay In the Mix with Ms. Nix!

I've seen it all, been through it all and I am still standing strong. I have very little patience for foolishness but I have enough compassion and drive to help those who ask for help. Recently, I got tired of seeing women just making some poor choices and having made many mistakes in my life; I am here to help you out!


  1. Nicole Baptist

    February 12, 2013 at 6:26 pm

    I was really upset by this story and it caught my attention immediately. I also noticed how no one really was given the opportunity to see just how quickly an argument could turn into something so tragic. I see how often women are now taking situations and turning them into excuses to act violently towards one another and this has to stop. We, as a people, should be more willing to work out our issues rather than use violence. So many are leaving this world before their time because of instances like this.

  2. YUMMommy

    February 8, 2013 at 8:10 pm

    This is very sad. I wish that people wouldn’t result to having to put their hands on each other to solve a problem or express their point. Nothing in this world is worth dying except Jesus! And anything time you let something escalate to a violent level you put your life at risk. I pray that their families can heal and learn from this tragedy.

  3. Katherine Phillips

    February 8, 2013 at 2:18 pm

    This is such a sad story. Yes people need to think before they react. This whole situation was so preventable. It’s sad that this hasn’t been seen on the news.

  4. Nicole Baptist

    January 21, 2013 at 6:34 pm

    Thank you so very much! I hope that people really understand the meaning behind the article.

  5. musik

    January 21, 2013 at 12:18 pm

    Very nice article

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