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3-6 million US black women can't find a husband or boyfriend {VIDEO}

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Comment by Lorene Plummer on January 13, 2017 at 10:11pm
There's plenty of other beautiful men in the world. Don't be afraid to date outside the box It's working real well for Ms Williams and Ms Carey. Test the waters!!
Comment by HandsomeMan on January 13, 2017 at 7:44pm
If most of you know history you will not talk like ignorant whites.
Not even cf owners love black women. If you always feel the need to post old stories putting black women down then you don't love them.
Comment by Ricardo O'Connor on January 13, 2017 at 6:00pm
I agree with @Bomdadrop, it's a joint problem. The central problem though always lays within the heart. At every failed relationships and failed marriages, there are the issues of compromising, caring, respect, empathy, sympathy, patience , and lastly but most important, forgiveness and love. No matter how attractive the person maybe. If the relationship or marriage is missing these crucial elements, which in every essence is the backbone of every relationships and marriages, it will not work. Every relationships and marriages will work when the heart is right. The heart may not be right with one party but it has to be right with the other thought it's better when both are. There are conflicts and fights in every relationships and marriages but some do not know how to resolved them the right way. Every strong relationships and strong marriages has its conflicts and fight but the difference is they have been resolved the way it should. Today we see way too many marriages end in divorce simply because both parties do not know how to settle their differences and live the way they are to and it's saddening.
Comment by Mike k on January 13, 2017 at 4:30pm

@Ricardo O'Conner, Who is the "their" you are referring?

Comment by Ricardo O'Connor on January 13, 2017 at 4:20pm
I wonder why. Could it be their expectations are too high?
Comment by Mike k on January 13, 2017 at 4:15pm

@Edna Wyatt, I'm encouraged & energized by your faith & optimism. As I concluded in my previous post. our African family needs reinforcing.

@Clay, I agree 100%

Comment by The Dark One on January 13, 2017 at 3:58pm
They will pick and pick and pick until they pick s*** !
Comment by Mike k on January 13, 2017 at 3:23pm

Wow, very insightful and revealing commentary, even within the small sampling of commentary so far. What is glaringly apparent though is how disconnected we are in our understanding of each other and the tendency to blame each other for the disconnect rather than rational evaluation of the root causes.

In spite of established scientific conscientious and our history that proves through empirical evidence that the genesis of our disfunction is psychosocial in nature resulting from an unprecedented holocaust of centuries of human displacement, abuse and oppression that is to this day continually being exacerbated by main stream denial, self blame and the inward turmoil from the frustrations of its inescapable/constricting characteristics, we are still not unified in thought and spirit through this historical truth/reality.

Have there been a small minority that has been able to escape the perils of this sociological reality? By design Yes, because if this were 100% compounding, their system would be unsustainable and counterproductive through our extinction/revolution. Therefore, they had to insert deceptive & divisive strategies starting with the house negro during the slave era whereby, with the false prospect of hope, victims start aligning their allegiances with massa.

The truth is that this is highly complexed stuff. It is much easier to deny and make excuses against this reality, stay in our insecure corners and snap at each other to protect our fragile imperfections. Only to see our collective/comprehensive achievements at the bottom of the spectrum on almost every sociological measurement instead of taking the bold steps that starts with showing respect, love and compassion towards our community with the important acknowledgement of our journey and therefore, direct our contempt & anger towards changing the system that is ultimately responsible.

@VeryGoodD, I wholeheartedly agree with your well articulated statements on this dynamic and reject those who employ the age old supremacist strategy of denial, advance the self serving narrative to blame the victim and even worse, have the victims blame themselves.

We have come a long way but still have a long way to go and I believe the family dynamics is probably the most important aspect of our structure that needs the most reinforcement to build from. 

Comment by Willie Ward on January 13, 2017 at 1:50pm
I agree Sis, well said. Our actions (black men and women)...speaks of self is step one.
Comment by Edna Wyatt on January 13, 2017 at 1:30pm
I am definitely with those of you who feel we need to lift up one another as Black Men and Black Women. On the other side, reading some of these comments is heartbreaking. For those with preconceived notions about "this is what's wrong with the Black Man," or "this is what's wrong with the Black Woman," -- that's a huge part of the problem right there. Whatever negative things we've been through or seen with Black Men and Women, we should NOT attribute those negative things to all (or even most) Black Men and Women. Some of you have said it comes down to respecting each other and having genuine love for one another. I agree with that 100%! It's hard to respect people if you go into it with preconceived notions of how you think Black Men or Women will act or what they will do, negatively. Start looking at people for the individuals they are. Really learn about that particular person. Really see that particular person. Really start to respect that particular person. Really develop love for that particular person. I've said it before and others have said it -- there are wonderful Black Men and Women. We need to seek each other out and we need to come from a place of love for one another. That's the only way our community will survive.

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