black love

Peanut Butter And Jelly Are The Key Ingredients To Lasting Love

by Yvonne Chase

Marry The Wrong Woman I had a revelation the other day. Actually, I’ve had this revelation for a while. Here’s the revelation, most Christian men will marry the wrong woman. Want to know why? Because the woman God has for you will be as different and the opposite of you as peanut butter is to […]

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Communicate, Wear Sexy Panties And Let Him Lead

by Yvonne Chase

How To Get What You Want So it’s week 3 of #BlackLove and the topic is how to get what you want in a relationship.  The expert says you get what you want through communication.  All bets are off if you can’t communicate. Tone; how we say what we say plus our level of vulnerability and […]

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Ladies, Don’t Let Your Girls Keep You Single

by Yvonne Chase

Get Her Out Of Here I’ve never hung out with a gaggle of girls nor have I ever had a best girlfriend.  It’s kinda hard to make that happen when most women approach me with the attitude Tasha had in the movie Why Did I Get Married; “She’s pretty and single…get her out of here.” […]

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Career And Credentials Are Not At The Top Of His List

by Yvonne Chase

Looking For Love In NYC Did you watch Black Love? It’s a new docuseries built around Monet Bell and four of her girlfriends looking for love in NYC.  According to FYI, “Today’s successful, modern black women have groomed themselves to have it all – beauty, intelligence and a thriving career.  For many, there’s just one […]

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Black Love?

by Yvonne Chase

Why? Hello, my name is Yvonne Chase and I’m confused about the February “Black Love” issue of Essence magazine.  Actress Gabrielle Union and her boyfriend (not husband) Miami Heat NBA player Dwyane Wade are on the cover and featured in the magazine as examples of black love. Why? Happy Home? Yes their a good looking couple and […]

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Black Love = Black Power

by Yvonne Chase

While reading the February issue of Ebony magazine, I ran across the following statement, black women have more challenges in dating than men because women are less tolerant of previous or past vices.  Men are more likely to choose mates who aren’t black and women are pickier when it comes to income requirements. I believe […]

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