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“Please note that I am no longer providing regular matchmaking services to the public.  I am using my energies to promote sisterhood around the globe with Sisterhood Agenda and build the SEA: Sisterhood Empowerment Academy in St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands.  I continue to promote loving, long-term, committed relationships with consultation services, workshops and public […]

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Researchers from Emory University conducted a study that finds the more money spent on wedding rings and weddings, the less likely the marriage will last. The study, which compared 3,000 couples’ wedding and engagement expenses to the relative length of their marriages, found that grooms who spent more than $2,000 on the engagement ring represented a sharp […]

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Sister Getting Hug

Recent reports tell us that Black love is getting more difficult to find.  Technology, apparently, does not level the playing field: “Their generation is diverse and progressive, and they have modern love-seeking tools at their fingertips. But Black millennials seeking romance online find that it’s impossible to swipe past age-old considerations about race-based preferences, stereotypes […]

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Would you take relationship advice from these guys?

“When Rev Run, Tyrese and CBS came to us with the idea of a primetime series we were energized by the chance to bring OWN viewers something fresh and entertainingly real in the ‘love space,’” said Sheri Salata, president, OWN. “We can’t wait to turn them loose – enlightening us all about what makes men […]

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Bermudian couple at the beach, Horseshoe Bay, Bermuda

Excerpt from Black Girls Guide: How to Find & Choose the Right Man: Although enslaved Africans and African Americans formed unions and had marriages (“jumping the broom”), loving someone in the context of slavery was a risk. Your love for another could easily be exploited and used against you. Therefore, during the era of slavery, […]

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Brain and Heart

Loving is what we are meant to do.  However, it does not always last.  Many times, it is not supposed to.  Our hearts can break and ache after love is gone.  Even at your most miserable point, know that it is temporary.  You can and will love again.  In the meantime, what do you do? […]

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Excerpt from Increase Your Chances!: The Love Guide to Finding Your Match: Firstly, heal yourself with love by loving yourself. Self-love is the foundation from which we can love others: in order to want love, you have to know that you deserve love and to know that you deserve love, you must first love yourself. […]

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