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Are you finding it difficult to simply keep up with your work schedule leaving you, your daily chores, and family on the back burner? Difficult scheduling a doctor's appointment? I look terrible? Maybe setting some priorities, a little delegation, and a pinch of organization just might be the plan. Most of us have so many demands on our time and energy, life can feel like a three-ring circus. Take this quiz to see how well you are meeting responsibilities, while also recognizing and fulfilling personal needs and aspirations. True False
Getting back into the swing of dating after a breakup is a process. This personal development coach explains why you need to give yourself time to heal and reevaluate your desires and goals.
Continued from Part 1: Why African American Men Date Out of their Race: A Mathematical Breakdown The Bible is really a scientific manuscript for keeping your vibrations high. In other words, it is equivalent to a living mathematical equation without anyone having to physically do the math problem.
In a day and age when women's appearances are perpetually scrutinized, the controversy over Olympic gold medalist Gabby Douglas's hair is particularly maddening and egregious, since Douglas has just made history by becoming the first African-American gymnast to ever win the all-around individual title in the Olympics.
It's a little curious that none of the newspaper's three major movie critics reviewed 'Think Like a Man' in their weekly movie review roundups published Thursday.
It is no secret that black women today are on the receiving end of a full on media assault. We see this in the way we are depicted in popular culture, in movies, television, music and blogs. We are portrayed as undesirable, uneducated, unfit and uncouth. Despite the fact that these depictions are categorically false and preposterous as evidenced in our real day to day lives, the media is all too happy to continue to spew this caricature of us.
This is a blog post by a member of the YourTango community and does not represent the opinions of YourTango.com or it's employees. I recently read a post from a man, a black man, who was giving reasons why statistics supported him dating white women. While the premise was trite, he had some good points. Unfortunately, they were lost in about 5 or so pages of whining, bitterness, and more whining. I was really just plain disappointed and thought, Why can’t we have a conversation about this?
I recently did a survey on a group of black women regarding their reasons for not dating men who are not of color. Through my findings it seems as though black women aren't actually opposed to dating outside of their race. Part of the dilemma lies in women of color thinking that men outside of their race won't be attracted to them.
How To Get the man of your dreams.com has decided to tackle one of the toughest and most controversial subjects of our century, with a solution and explanation through mathematical and economic deductive reasoning. It is purely a mathematical equation. If you talk to 100 black women and get one decent one, and you talk with 100 white women and get twenty decent women, it just makes mathematical and economic sense to date the women with whom you would have spent the most amount of time and had the least financial burden.
Body language reveals our true feelings, and your relationship partner has no trouble with picking up on this physical queue. But what does your body language say while you are sleep? Are there sleeping positions that will excite the man of your dreams? In sleep, we are our most honest, vulnerable selves and certain sleep positions can immediately evoke sensual thoughts and pleasures.
Fox News. The Los Angeles Times. The New York Times. The Wall Street Journal. These are just a few of the publications that have jumped on the media bandwagon, singing all praises to the controversial new book: "Is Marriage for White People? How the African American Marriage Decline Affects Everyone."
Meet Audrey Jones. She is 39, attractive, and multilingual. She's got a big job—at a multinational consulting company in Washington—but not a big ego. She's funny, thoughtful and smart. There's just one thing missing from Audrey's life: a husband.
To me, there is nothing more physically beautiful on this earth than a 100 percent cocoa, dark-skinned Black man. But a relationship is not built on beauty alone: looking beyond the physical, there are plenty of options more financially, intellectually and emotionally stable. It’s time to taste the unknown.