She believes that by proving herself to be "a good...
more This show is about the thousands of men who are making millions with books and programs they claim will help men get more dates with women.
Heart Beat provides reliably witty, often hilarious and informative advice about modern dating issues. more In this exciting 25 video series, veteran advice columnist and dating expert Deborrah Cooper (Ms Heart Beat) breaks down dozens of manipulative social policies and mind games used by black males to get emotional and mental...
She is the author of the Top Black Books of 2007 Award Winning guide to modern dating: "Sucka Free Love - How to Avoid Dating The Dumb, The Deceitful, The Dastardly, The Dysfunctional & The Deranged", "24 Types of Suckas to Avoid" and "The Black Church... more Throughout the black community one will find "the good black woman" who feels the need to give her all and be an all-around giver and supporter of the black men she dates or wants to date.
When you truly believe that you deserve to have someone that loves you just as you are, and believe that anyone would be lucky to have you in their corner, you won’t get jealous.
You won’t feel threatened by people that try to get at your lover, because you are confident that your mate is truly all about you.
(2) Why single men and women […] Controlling, jealous, possessive behaviors have no place in loving relationships; and neither does disrespectful flirting, threatening your partner with abandonment, or cheating.Exciting action drama, espionage, comedy, lots of stuff blowing up, sex, death, hope and redemption – it’s all there!But just like in dating, the story SOUNDS like an exciting adventure, so you sign on for the mission.In reality, they are teaching manipulation, control, domination, mental emotional and sexual abuse,...more Throughout our lives, women are directed and instructed on how they "need" to be, dress, talk, walk and look to "keep a man" with the hope of keeping him around satisfied and happy enough to propose marriage. more According to research, African American women are the most religious demographic in the United States, followed by black men.