Tag: "black men"

The Romantic Adventures of Sistah Girl

| 10/16/2010 | Comments (3)
The Romantic Adventures of Sistah Girl

In the first video of the Sistah Girl series, she sits down and has a chat with the #1 man in her life about the future of their relationship. The catch is her boo thang just happens to be Bishop Eddie Long!

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Why Black Women Put Professional Black Men on ‘NIGNORE’

| 08/11/2010 | Comments (78)
Why Black Women Put Professional Black Men on 'NIGNORE'

Men write me frequently to get my take on why Black women complain that they “can’t find a good Black man” or “can’t find a Black man on my level” when they are surrounded by educated, professional Black men. It made me wonder too. Why a guy, with all the outward appearances of a highly desirable catch (college educated, established, an “on point” Black man) would be passed over by women for romance and marriage. Well, I have some answers.

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Men Are Not Qualified to Lead Women or Relationships

| 08/07/2010 | Comments (25)
Men Are Not Qualified to Lead Women or Relationships

Men feel that they should lead women because that is “how it is supposed to be.” But if we remove religion from the equation, what is it that makes men feel they must be the leader? Not intelligence, drive, ambition or skills! And if it is true, as some men say, that men are destructive when left to their own devices and need women to lead them in other directions, then who is the real leader here?

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Relationships and On Point Men Discussed 7/25/2010

| 07/21/2010 | Comments (0)
Relationships and On Point Men Discussed 7/25/2010

So you meet a Black man that has good credit, an education, owns a home, and has a viable and legal source of income. He hasn’t been in prison and he is looking for a wife. Perfect, right? Well… he considers himself to be “on point” and therefore, superior to other men. Part of his belief […]

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The “Stupid Muthafucka!” Gene

| 06/20/2010 | Comments (13)
The "Stupid Muthafucka!" Gene

Some singles are so anxious for love they rush into commitments with stupid people they really don’t know much about. The older and wiser I get, the more I’ve come to realize the importance of taking the time to assess the personality, health history and attitudes of potential mates with a critical eye to their genetics. Why? Because stupidity is carried in the genes!

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The Decline in Black Marriages… Is Marriage for Educated White People?

| 01/25/2010 | Comments (2)
The Decline in Black Marriages… Is Marriage for Educated White People?

A report released on January 18th, 2010 by the Pew Research Center identifies a fundamental reconfiguration of marriage: As a consequence of increased education and greater access to high-paying jobs, wives are more likely than ever before to earn more and to be better educated than their husbands. Research indicates that equality in a number of areas is associated with today’s successful relationships: similar background, social class and educational level among them. Why then are so many Black men angry at Black women for demanding that their spouse have a college degree?

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Don’t Waste Your Time on a Fearful Defeatist

| 01/11/2010 | Comments (6)
fearful men, men afraid of commitment, fear of failure, fear of rejection, male fears, why men are afraid of women, fear of rejection

Some people submit to defeat quickly. Their fear of failure causes them to settle for mediocrity instead of taking the risk to achieve excellence. Defeatist attitudes are easier to assume than facing one’s fears and moving forward. However, the courageous, those that become successful and leaders, those that make things happen never stop, never give up and never succumb willingly to defeat. The #1 goal of the courageous winner is to get to the other side of fear and the limitations fear places on our willingness to seek and then achieve greatness. Whatever you need to do, get over your fears!

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The Three Types of Black Men

| 09/02/2009 | Comments (4)
The Three Types of Black Men

After studying Black men for decades, I’ve come to the conclusion that there are three different types of Black men. Sadly, more than half of the Black men in the dating pool are misogynists and truly hate women; their treatment of and the thoughts they express about Black women prove it.

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