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Black men have written tons of articles, made plays, movies, & have written books about the "SAD, SINGLE, LONELY BLACK WOMAN".
Is the information their giving out helpful or does it just create chaos & confusion ?
Are they speaking from an unbiased point of view or are they just barking out orders & making demands ?
Are they helping or hurting the new generation of young men & women ?
I have no idea ! So call me or tune in and we'll try to get to the bottom of this madness !
We are more than "just a man on the planet Earth"
We are more than a robot, working from morning till night, working for the sake of working We are more than the body, trying to ascend and become immortal We are more than God attempting to awaken We have God out of our ranks, merit, education, practice, age
How many men have ever been truly challenged by women to question their deeply ingrained sense of entitlement to and superiority over women? Our social structure has placed the man in control, which means men have conveniently had things their way for generations. Men have been judge jury and executioner over what is right and wrong for women and girls. Although today's women are more aggressive than ever before in most spheres of life, from the workplace to the homefront, men generally remain the dominant ones in the dating and sexual arenas. Why do the same women who demand equality also expect you to open the door for them?
in Self Help
Help Your Doctor Help You! Know The Questions To Ask! So you've just been diagosed with an illness...Now what?
Do you just passively take whatever the doctor says and follow it to the letter?
Or are you proactive and ask a lot of questions?
It's really challenging when we're first diagnosed with an illness, any illness, to move from fear and panic mode, where we feel like a victim - and then act like a victim by doing as we're told! - to taking charge of our own journey back to health.
However, my patients learn to ask me questions, to partner with me on their journey back to health. We also discuss what they need to ask their MD, and the other members of the medical team they're working with on other aspects of their treatment protocol.
Often all we need is a little guidance as to what specific questions to ask. And since this has been the most frequently asked question this week in the emails I've received from you, as well as on Facebook, "The Dr Marilyn Joyce Show" is going to arm you with some of the most important questions to ask. Get your pens and paper ready!
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in Pop Culture
Last show we tackled the negative stereotypes of black women and being labeled the "angry black woman". Now we'd like to address the misconceptions of what makes a woman aggressive or the Alpha female, and how she may need to let a "man be a man" to attain balance in her relationship.
We'll also discuss the latest in celebrity news from the Trayvon Martin trial, to Rasheeda & Kirk of "LHHATL", the BET Awards, Chris Brown & Karrueche and more...
Is it a fact that men are to be blamed for the issues women have between each other? Join us this week as we discuss...Be there!
What are your thoughts? Do you feel that women are taking on the role of men because they have to, or because they want to? Please tune in Tuesday October 22, 2013 @ 11:00pm EST to discuss this subject. Lets debate passionately, but respectfully. You can visit www.the3kingsapproach.com to listen live or www.blogtalkradio.com/the-approach-with-the-3kings
Email us your really moments as we are now ready to start picking the really moment of the week. If you are not familiar with the really moment please visit website for details.
Throughout history, it was standard that a man approaches a woman if he is interested. Nowadays, women are approaching men to date. Would you approach a man and ask him out? Men, how do you feel about a woman asking you out? Tune in as we discuss this topic and please call in to share your thoughts and comments.
According to Census stats: the ratio of women to men in the U.S. is about 145M women to roughly 139M men. Broken down into more manageable terms – for every 100 sistas, that’s about 87 brothas. As the adage says: NUMBERS DON’T LIE.Amidst the disparity in numbers: there’s an underlying resentment brewing. Black women have become disenchanted with “issues” that permeate dating in urban culture. As one single woman clearly put it, “who wants to give their ALL (money/time/emotions) and get very littl
I was reading what a few black women on a social media site were saying about being relationships with white men. These women haven't dated all black men so I find it hard for woman to make those kind of statements.
Whatever your choice is in any man should not reflect that entire race of men. Are we begininng to see a trend of black women dividing against black men?
Join host Antoinette Harrell to talk about this new trend.