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Well, well, well........the age old question, "Where are the GOOD Black Men?" With so much negativity out here in social media, television and the stats society puts out, you would think GOOD Black men no longer exist. Of course, you've been hurt, your girlfriends have been hurt, your bitter co-workers have stories to share and your baby father(s)....where is that deadbeat? I even have my own experiences with a few, but thankfully, I know more GOOD than I do BAD. There are millions of Black men living on this planet, yet we still think the few "BAD" ones we come across make up the majority. I've heard everything from they're gay, on the down low, in jail, married to white women and so much more but coming from a large family, I know SO many GOOD Black men and I associate myself with quite a few! It's time we take responsibility for the poor decisions we make in men. Ladies, if you know of some, do us a favor and call in! Brothers, if you're out there, tune in and shut these ladies up! LOL. It's time we stop feeding into the ugly stereotype society puts out on our own!
This show will discuss the black woman and white man’s relationship like it has never been discussed before sharing real life experiences by black women who feel they have found their perfect match while others voice their opinions about interracial relationships. It will allow black women the opportunity to experience the other side by exploring the taboos through invigorating discussions.
Do white men treat black women better? Why white men meet the needs of black women? Are successful black women becoming more like successful black men? Why black women and white men last longer than black men and white women……and more
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Today's show I will be promoting my new app available TODAY in the Google Play Store.10 Good Rules For Black Men1. NEVER be concerned with how another man makes HIS money.... There is NOTHING you can really do about it.2. If love a woman and IF she loves you, you should let EVERYONE around you know and then get them out and KEEP THEM OUT OF BOTH OF YOUR BUSINESSES. (If you can't, FIND ANOTHER WOMAN)3. NEVER knowingly "share" a woman with ANY MAN if you know him or not.4. NEVER be a "trick" or portray yourself as one, (giving the illusion that sex means more to you than money)5. NEVER let another man mix business with pleasure with you, handle one or the other FIRST (and if you don't have no business together, then ya'll ain't got "no business” being together)6. NEVER tell another man how much money you have, make or earn. EVER!7. NEVER lend more than you can afford to give FREELY, and without expectation of repayment TO ANYONE!8. NEVER mix friends, family, and money. You WILL LOSE EVERY TIME.9. ANYONE you feel like you have to lie to, you don't want, need, or allow them into your life.10. NEVER be more than a "hi and bye" person with ANY MAN that breaks these rules.....
Is the problem the bitter black woman or too few Black men? May be there is other issues. Let's explore if it is time for Black women to give up on Black men..
Gwendolyn Owens of Relationships Start With You, is a speaker-women's advocate/relationship expert, educator, writer and blogger. Her message breathes life into women who are broken, have low self-esteem and are in toxic relationships. Gwendolyn is passionate about helping women overcome adversity because she was once a very troubled and insecure person with no hope. She triumphed and overcame a devastating divorce, low self-esteem, a life-threatening illness and job loss.
Join the regular Black Woman Guide to Love team of Shawn Hill, author of The Single Black Woman's Guide to Dating, Patrick Bishop, author of the Way of the Scarecrow, and Keitha Stoute of the Cruise Controlled Blog.
Wednesday night 10/23/13 - 8 pm EST . Some Good Craic welcomes back to the show Fred Parcells . I'll be playing some tunes and interviewing Fred . He was my guest on the very first Some Good Craic radio/interview show . Episode 1.
In addition to publishing online over 1700 transcriptions of Irish music performances, Fred also maintains the Black 47 Archive featuring photographs and press from the early days of the band.
Fred Parcells Trombone and pennywhistle
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