Your profile picture is a big part of managing your online presence. I am often surprised by how many stunningly gorgeous people upload unflattering photographs of themselves when looking for a partner. Why? It seems like one of the most ultimate forms of self-sabotage. On the other hand, I really dislike the phoniness of a […]
Reblogged From: 6 Toxic Relationship Habits Most People Think Are Normal Holding the Relationship Hostage What It Is: When one person has a simple criticism or complaint and blackmails the other person by threatening the commitment of the relationship as a whole. For instance, if someone feels like you’ve been cold to them, instead of […]
What does it take to improve the likelihood of finding long-lasting, true love? African American Matchmaker, Angela D. Coleman, outlines the Strategies That Work to help you Get Real, Heal Yourself and Attract Your Mate so that Your Love Future is hopeful. Full of images showing love within the Black community, this Love Guide to […]
When disease hits, it seems to hit people of African descent especially hard. The recent Ebola health crisis spreading from West Africa is no exception. From Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Senegal, and Nigeria to Spain, France, and Germany to the United States, Ebola is proof that what happens in the Motherland is relevant to us […]
“The sad truth is I can go weeks at a time without coming across a nice photo of a woman of color in lingerie.” Cora Harrington, a.k.a. Treacle Tart, cross-posted from The Lingerie Addict. Most of us are stimulated when we see something that appeals to us. African Americans wear lingerie, too! Do you?
According to the the 2013 American Values Survey (AVS) conducted by the Public Religion Research Institute: Americans overall reported, on average, a social network of 3.4 people out of a maximum of seven people. Overall, people named in these networks are slightly more likely to be immediate family members (an average of 1.8 people) than […]
Common responses to trauma include increased anxiety, emotional detachment, and addictive behaviors such as alcohol, drugs, sex, overeating, gambling, shopping, etc. Things that remind a person of a traumatic event can trigger avoidance symptoms. These symptoms may cause a person to change his or her personal routine. Have any of these behaviors replaced love in […]
WE NEED MORE LOVE IN OUR COMMUNITIES. The Goal of African American Matchmaking: To Help You Find a Loving Relationship! African American Matchmaking is a company that promotes Black Love: Advice, Inspiration and Matchmaking Services
I don’t watch a lot of shows on television, preferring independent films and Netflix binges to cable. However, the reality show Dating Naked, caught my attention. Not just because it is yet another show featuring naked people, but because the concept of a potential couple meeting for the first time without clothing is intriguing to […]
In The Ecstasy of Surrender: 12 Surprising Ways Letting Go Can Empower Your Life, author Judith Orloff, M.D. devoted a chapter to letting go of any patterns that keep you from loving. In her own words: One of these patterns in being drawn to unavailable, commitment phobic people. It’s important to be very clear about […]
Good things come to those who risk, who step outside the norm and who allow themselves to be vulnerable. Do something different to get a different outcome. When nothing is ventured, nothing is gained. Try it today!