From a recent Huffington Post article, we now believe that: 1. Love makes you dumb and dumber. Studies have shown that people who are passionately in love are less able to focus and to perform tasks that require attention. “When you have just become involved in a romantic relationship you’ll probably find it harder to […]

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by Dr. J , Reposted in abbreviated form from Single Black Male: I was scanning the headlines a couple weeks back and I saw a few famous celebs were heading to rehab, albeit for more than the first time. I thought that the relationship most have with addiction is a lot like those who struggle […]

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Courtship is being redefined.  Is it for the better? Young 20-somethings “hang out,” opting for group socializing over personal one-on-one encounters and often engage in casual “hook-up” sex.  Texting, e-mail, Twitter or other forms of “asynchronous communication” have replaced more personal introductions. According to a recent New York Times article about courtship today: “In the context of […]

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The Fathers & Family Coalition of America will be hosting its 15th Annual National Conference, February 11-14, 2014 at The Westin Lake Las Vegas Resort & Spa in Henderson, NV.  Conference activities include: Fatherlessness: An American Epidemic to be featured documentary film. Fatherhood Practitioners & Healthy Relationship Educator Certificate Program. NEW: SEVEN COUPLES OF EXCELLENCE: The […]

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Pablo Imani, founder of Afrikan yoga, was born and raised in the UK.  He is a yoga teacher with Jamaican roots and member of the International Board of African Thinkers. He was recently interviewed after conducting a yoga teacher training class at Nabbinonya beach, Entebbe, a 50km drive from Kampala city. ON A SCALE OF 1-10, DOES YOGA […]

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On December 11, 2013 at 2PM ET, Dr. Craigie will host a webinar titled Family Structure, Stability, and Child Wellbeing. During the webinar, Dr. Craigie will discuss the determinants and effects of family structure and instability, as well as the pathways through which child wellbeing is affected. Topics to be covered during Dr. Craigie’s webinar include […]

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Dr. Dwayne Buckingham says: “One of the most challenging aspects of entering and sustaining a committed relationship with a man is your ability to identify and walk away from single good men who are great candidates but are not qualified to be in relationships. As you improve your screening skills and learn to look beyond […]

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Being uplifting is a state of mind.  It means you inspire others to feel better and be better.  When you love in a healthy way, you uplift your partner. But you can also uplift total strangers.  You can make the choice to be uplifting.  How? EMPOWER.  Empowerment includes believing in yourself, having faith, and granting […]

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“Male or female, it’s hard to respect someone who has no standards. A standard is a level of quality. This level of quality can be socially defined or defined by you. Having standards means that you respect yourself enough to reject what is simply NOT GOOD ENOUGH. Having standards helps us be selective and make […]

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