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Ms HeartBeat

Date Smarter, Not Harder Relationships Talk Show!


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Ms. HeartBeat (Deborrah Cooper), a social researcher, dating expert, author and advice columnist, serves as producer and host of The Date Smarter, Not Harder Relationships Talk Show. With almost 20 years of relationship industry experience, Ms. HeartBeat provides reliably witty, often hilarious and informative advice about modern dating issues. She is the author of the Top Black Books of 2007 Award Winning guide to modern dating: "Sucka Free Love - How to Avoid Dating The Dumb, The Deceitful, The Dastardly, The Dysfunctional & The Deranged", "24 Types of Suckas to Avoid" and "The Black Church...Where Women Pray and Men Prey!" Order your copies on Amazon.Com. Join Deborrah and exciting guests as they discuss a wide variety of relationships based subject matter on Sunday nights at 6:30 p.m. (PST).

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Since 2008 Ms. HeartBeat (Deborrah Cooper) has been providing outstanding, and hilariously funny insights and commentary on romantic and familial relationships. After careful consideration, the show on BlogTalk will be... more

In this exciting 25 video series, veteran advice columnist and dating expert Deborrah Cooper (Ms HeartBeat) breaks down dozens of manipulative social policies and mind games used by black males to get emotional and mental... more

Throughout the black community one will find "the good black woman" who feels the need to give her all and be an all-around giver and supporter of the black men she dates or wants to date. She believes that by proving herself to be "a good... more

This show is about the thousands of men who are making millions with books and programs they claim will help men get more dates with women. In reality, they are teaching manipulation, control, domination, mental emotional and sexual abuse,... more

Throughout our lives, women are directed and instructed on how they "need" to be, dress, talk, walk and look to "keep a man" with the hope of keeping him around satisfied and happy enough to propose marriage. Girls learn how to... more

According to research, African American women are the most religious demographic in the United States, followed by black men. Churches around the country are filled with singles hopeful of finding their Ruth or Boaz or their... more

The black males of today present themselves as rather weak and effeminate. Do we blame their fathers for abandoning them to be raised under the influence of women? I think that is a large part of the problem. Young men learn how to be... more

The dream of happily ever after is one many young girls have almost from infancy. Girls dream of falling in love, finding their Prince, getting married, having babies, and living happily ever after like in the fairy stories. But how many of... more

Baggage is the term used to describe the emotional and mental "junk" from the past that we carry around with us every day. From old childhood hurts like bullying, rejection, and fears of abandonment to the crushing blows of physical,... more

Dating seems to have fallen out of favor. The old-fashioned date where you both get dressed up nice, he picks you up, and takes you to some fun, exciting or romantic event or place for a few hours of private time together...and he pays at... more
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