What's BLACK LOVE Got to Do With ANYTHING... EVERYTHING!
There are SO MANY reasons that people of African descent have to celebrate #BlackLove and acknowledge its success when they see it in modern culture!
Many reports about Black people in relationships highlight negativity and are designed to show deficits. Whether intentional or not, they often promote feelings of inadequacies and fear that affects how we navigate in the world. One of my personal life missions is to look for, illuminate and CELEBRATE THE GOOD; then point others toward solutions that encourage people of African descent to RE-MEMBER WHO WE ARE, so that we can get about the business of HEALING AND SAVING OURSELVES.
This motivation is at the forefront of the work that Eugene and I do with families and couples. For more than five years, we have been working to figure out a way to present my formal research to regular, everyday people like YOU, so that it can be used to help you
SET YOURSELVES FREE IN YOUR RELATIONSHIPS. You will find a unique perspective and a true pathway forward in
What’s BLACK LOVE Got to Do With It?
You can read about it in this ebook inspired by Dr. Andrea Little Mason's research titled Non-Conventional Gender Roles in Relationship Education Curricula for African Americans.
Who's the Man? Resource is a synopsis of the results and recommendations of Dr. Andrea Little Mason's research titled
Non-Conventional Gender Roles in Relationship Education Curricula for African Americans: A Content Analysis
Religion and Relationships
Understanding Your Role
P.I.E.S. Dimensons of Romantic Partnerships
P.I.E.S. in Black Couple Partnerships