Ms HeartBeat

Date Smarter, Not Harder!


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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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Can a diet free of meat, milk, eggs, butter and cheese actually taste good? Deborrah Cooper, author of the new cookbook WHY VEGAN IS THE NEW BLACK: MORE THAN 100 DELICIOUS MEAT AND DAIRY FREE MEAL IDEAS... more

Recently, Pastor Marvin Winans refused to allow an unwed mother of a 2 year old boy to have her child blessed in front of the congregation along with the children of married parents. The baby momma is irate and says she "never felt... more

NEVER DATE A DEAD ANIMAL is a must read for women who date, fall in love with and commit to antisocial personalities. Ask yourself these questions: Are you influenced by a man's good looks, flattering words, charisma and success? Do... more

With so many single women in the U.S., especially African American women, we have to ask - is the problem men that don't want to marry, or is it that modern women aren't what men are looking for when they say "my wife?" What exactly... more

There is a lot of talk in the black community about black women being the "rock" of the family and for their men. Many of the commonly heard phrases amongst black men and women are: I take care of my man! If I don't do it for him,... more

Men worry about falling in love and having a woman abandon them. They worry about a woman cheating. They worry about a woman being loyal. They also worry about a woman taking their children and what they consider to be "their"... more

Have you heard that "husband stealing" is on the rise world-wide? That could mean the fantasy perfect family life you think you will or do have is in danger. After all, nobody wants someone that nobody else wants, right? Research on... more

All over the country, black women hold out hope of finding the mythical "Good Black Man." This guy is as rare as a Unicorn. Yeah I do know a few (some of them call this show), but reality is that 99.5% of black men are no where... more

The question has to be asked. Looking at the verbally and emotionally abusive language and cruel words used both online and offline - coupled with reports all over the world of atrocities and assaults committed by black and brown men... more
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