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There is a “happy black woman” revolution happening! We are making decisions to get everything we want out of life: beautiful bodies, strong romantic relationships, healthy family connections, meaningful friendships, money, preferred careers, and grounded spirituality. We are doing it by monitoring how we think, what we believe, and how we act. Here are ten Keep Reading ?
by Michelle G Cameron As a divorced mother of one son, it was a challenge becoming single again. I was making the decision to live a celibate life after experiencing sex for the first time during my marriage. Although it was difficult when I first started out (and it still is), here are 5 reasons why Keep Reading ?
Is your spouse aware of the expectations you have in your marriage? Have those expectations gone unmet, and led to disappointment? Over time has this led you to resent your spouse? The Marriage Pressure Points Ministry, has created another powerful short film titled, Storms. The film allows you to step in the middle of a marriage Keep Reading ?
As parents of a toddler, my husband and I are careful with what we let our daughter watch on television. Like many small children, she loves Sesame Street and watches it regularly. Having grown up as Sesame Street kids ourselves, we are both familiar with and confident in their programming. I personally appreciate their efforts Keep Reading ?
Have you checked out OWN/Tyler Perry’s new sitcom, Love Thy Neighbor? Pretty funny stuff…especially Mama Hattie. Hattie Love (played by Patrice Lovely) is the hysterically funny mom and grandmom that you do NOT want to mess with! Her antics keep you rolling but her intentions keep you in love with her. Recently, we had the Keep Reading ?
This Wednesday night we’re having a Twitter Viewing Party to celebrate the season 2 premiere and return of one of our favorite sitcoms, The Soul Man. The show which stars Cedric the Entertainer, Niecy Nash and Wesley Jonathan airs Wednesday June 19th at 11PM EST on TV Land but the party kicks off half an hour Keep Reading ?
The official first day of summer is June 21st but I really don’t feel it’s truly summer til the 4th of July! It’s our nation’s birthday and everyone usually celebrates with cook outs, concerts and traditional fireworks displays. But, no one celebrates the 4th of July like Philadelphia! This year’s “Wawa Welcome America” events promise Keep Reading ?
Question: Is there more than one main body part a woman is supposed to love on her husband? Really, what’s more important than “that one”? Plenty. When you are in a truly intimate and loving marriage, you recognize that there is so much more to physical intimacy than sex. Each touch, each caress, each body Keep Reading ?
So I was out the other night and met a young lady who was engaged to be married. After showing me her ring and telling me about her wedding plans, I asked her a very simple question: ”Why do you want to marry him?” She took an awkward pause and thought, and thought, and thought Keep Reading ?
Father’s day is one of my favorite days of the year. Ronnie and the kids pull out all of the stops to ensure I have an amazing day and feel totally loved. This year they achieved the task with food, food and more food. In the late morning we went out to one of my favorite local Keep Reading ?
Do we instantly go from zero to revenge and avenge in thirty seconds? Revenge does not serve any proper survival role. The original harm is already done. Revenge will not undo it Revenge and Anger is not a place to handle everything. If you act unloving towards others, you are drained of love yourself. Try Keep Reading ?
EDUCATION | Black Women have surpassed all groups by race and gender for college entrance By Janks Morton College Enrollment For the first time since the US Census has collected data around educational attainment and enrollment, in 2011 African-American women’s enrollment in colleges has hit a record high. According to the analysis of the most recent census Keep Reading ?
by Rahaman “Kil” Kilpatrick On a perfect day, I know that I can count on you/when that’s not possible, tell me can you weather a storm? – New Edition I was at work one day listening to the Jukebox and New Edition’s “Can You Stand the Rain” came on. Now I can’t front, growing up Keep Reading ?
This statement, brought to me recently, is such an honest admission and one countless couples fight to overcome. Relationships aren’t always easy or consistently overflowing with excessive amounts of joy. If we are truthful, we can admit, some periods are more taxing or complicated than others. There will be phases when our partner annoys, disappoints Keep Reading ?
Crowdfunding has opened a world of opportunity for individuals, businesses, and organizations seeking sorely needed cash to fund their ideas. The idea is simple. Large numbers of people, each providing small sums of money, help fund a particular project. Show More Summary
I am often told how blessed I am to have my husband. While he is an amazing hubby, he is also a phenomenal father to our three children. And while there’s not a day that goes by, that I don’t thank God for him, I also know that he’s not the only phenomenal daddy out Keep Reading ?
Are you ready for Season Two of TV Land’s The Soul Man starring Cedric the Entertainer and Niecy Nash? We are too! The two play a happily married couple – The Reverend and Mrs. Lolly Boyce. The two are in a real but beautiful marriage, and naturally they have a fun chemistry. Recently, BMWK was Keep Reading ?
Communication is primarily electronic these days. And of course, social media seems to be one of, if not THE most popular way younger people communicate. I respect your opinion either way, whether or not you believe children should have social media accounts. I can’t tell you what age your child should or should not have Keep Reading ?
Time for this week’s edition of ‘Fab 5? marriage/relationship resources. Since BlackandMarriedwithKids.com has a fabulous new look, we thought we would bring your a few new fabulous resources that are designed to help you along your relationship journey. Show More Summary
Amid the discussions surrounding fatherhood in the Black community, a documentary by Kobie Brown, “From Fatherless to Fatherhood,” will make its television debut this Father’s Day weekend. Airing on Magic Johnson’s station, ASPiRE, the documentary explores the impact of absent fathers while sparking a discussion surrounding men who are present. Show More Summary