Tag: single black women
Three of my brothers now have come back to live in the house but don’t help with anything! I have gotten into many arguments with them and even my mom over this. She says I’m not right and don’t know the meaning of family. All I do is work to support a house and grown men that don’t contribute. How do I get out of this situation?
Just because a woman says she “can’t find a man” it doesn’t mean that she isn’t dating or having sex regularly. What she means is that she hasn’t yet found THE man, the one that she wants to be with forever, the one that she can fully trust, the one whose name she can take with pride, the one she would set up a joint checking account with.
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his series is designed to raise awareness and speak clearly and honestly about the behaviors that are decimating the black community and laying waste to our proud heritage. These negative, damaging behaviors must be stopped… these attitudes must be changed.
Young man looking for love discovers that he is not at all attracted to black women and prefers white and Asian women instead. Should he feel feel guilty about his preferences?
How is being compared to a sheep a sign of respect, appreciation for one’s intellect, or an acknowledgement of your uniqueness as a woman? If you have some thoughts about women considering themselves to be part of a flock… a sheep, please share them.
The relationship was great for awhile, but now that the divorce battle with his estranged wife is heating up, I’m afraid that I will lose him.
When a boyfriend talks about her clothing, make up, skin color and weight, then tries to intentionally make her jealous, a woman feels crushed but doesn’t know why.
With statistics reporting that single black women far outnumber single black men, it would seem no black male would be single unless he had some serious issues or wanted to be single. Here are the top 12 reasons single black men that want to be married remain unchosen by black women.
Many Black women seek to date interracially because they believe White men are better than Black men by virtue of their skin color. Is it smart to believe in racial stereotypes?
What do women really want? I mean, really, really want? I thought they wanted a man who was athletic, popular, strong, handsome and funny. Growing up I thought that women wanted men who were tall, rich, famous, or good-looking. While some women like those qualities in men that’s not what most women want. Are you ready for it? Are you ready to read what women really want?