by Oa'Toya James
I had that same question before as well. After I ended a very long relationship that lasted nearly all of my twenties I found myself in an unfamiliar position. I was in a new city, state and out of the club scene. So when I was ready to start back dating, I was having a hard time meeting guys. My beautician suggested that I try online dating. She had her laptop present and gave me a quick overview of how it worked. I will share with you what she shared with me and what I now know about online dating.
by Chris Green
After reading alot of people's comments and notes on relationships for the last 3 weeks, I have to admit, I became angry. I became angry because I started feeling and thinking and believing that this cylcle of destruction in relationships between men and women will never end. But then I came to realize, the only person who is believing in this logic is myself. After reading the comments of both men and women who are happly married and reading comments of single men and women who do their best to live their lives according to GOD, I came to the amazing realization that I felt I have been away from for too long. This article can be read by anyone, but it have a special directed message to the men.
by Dr. Phoenyx Austin
I recently received an email from a woman asking for advice on what she should do since catching her boyfriend cheating. She wrote that they are in a serious relationship, that she recently met his family, and that they were discussing marriage. To make a long email short, she wrote that she caught him sending sexually explicit texts to someone he once described as a female “friend.” In the texts her boyfriend also suggested meeting up for sex. Devastated, his girlfriend confronted him and he apologized. She wants to believe him and patch things up, but she also wants me to help her determine whether he’s genuinely sorry for cheating or just sorry he got caught.