Remember the days when we were kings and queens. Let’s retain our royalty, dignity, and cultural integrity to invest in our communitiy’s future success.
Listen more than you speak. Resist urges to interrupt or respond with blunt facts, brilliantly sharp wit or sarcasm. Let him/her go. In more extreme circumstances, things can get heated. If s/he has to leave a situation when it gets to be too much, let him/her leave. By checking out, s/he is getting some space […]
“African American Matchmaker, Angela D. Coleman, is beautiful and she makes sure her ladies are, too. I am very pleased with the caliber of women in African American Matchmaking’s national registry.” African American Matchmaking Member “I talked with my match for the first time last night and you were absolutely right. She is awesome and […]
Why do some relationships fail and others succeed? These are the Top 5 Relationship Pitfalls to Avoid: Unreasonable expectations. Our heads are often filled with romantic notions of fantasy love and not reality. Be reasonable, knowing that real relationships are not perfect all of the time, but can be excellent and really good most of […]
Consideration is being thoughtful of other people and their feelings. You consider how your actions affect them. You pay careful attention to what others like and don’t like, and do things that give them happiness. You are practicing consideration when you … * Respect other people’s needs and feelings * Consider others’ needs as important […]
Most of us are blessed with all 5 of our senses. Some of us even have 6! (The sixth sense is known as an intuitive and spiritual vision or third eye.) By simply catering to our 5 senses, we can create a night of romance and love! SMELL. Use scents that evoke sensuality, such […]
“To improve any situation, you must improve. To change your wife, you must change. To change the attitude of your husband, you must change your attitude. To win more freedom, you must be more responsible, must exercise more discipline.” Steven Covey And when you improve, don’t forget to: 1) acknowledge, 2) reward, and 3) celebrate!
At African American Matchmaking, we don’t buy into the commonly held notion that there are no good Black men. But just like a good Black woman is hard to find, good Black men can be hard to find, too. Statistics are arguable a source of enlightenment. Rather than react in fear, we can respond with […]