Problems with dating black women
Being a woman is not easy, being black is never easy, and being a black woman is just down right complicated.
To men we are "mad black women," we do not exist to white feminists, and are consistently put down when we try to bring ourselves and self-esteem up.
So stop looking for super hot chemistry and butterflies when you first meet. Ignore those men, and seek out the guys who want a relationship with someone they can relate to. Truly.◊♦◊Guys, if you’re comparing all the women you date to your ex, or you’re still blaming her for your problems, please get therapy and work this stuff out.
It’s not likely to happen like that at this age, and on the rare occasions when it does, the relationship is usually based on nothing more than lust. A mature woman who values herself doesn’t want to date a man who’s a victim or stuck in the past.
You want to get your point across, but not sound too passive.
You want to be honest, but not in a rude way, and if you are too nice about the situation it becomes sugar coated.
Dating is tough; and interracial relationships come with their own special type of drama.
Whether you’re currently dating “outside the team” or just curious about what it’s like, we’ve got some gripes that sistas in this situation will probably understand.
Some men like thin women, some like curvier figures. People in remote cities say they have no one to date.
The men I’ve spoken to care less about how much a woman weighs and more about how much a woman loves her body. So, if you’re a larger woman, take good care of your body and flaunt it, sista! Look beyond degrees and discover whether the person you’re dating has character and integrity. Wherever you live, I promise you are not geographically undesirable (hello online dating, Face Time, and airplanes). Dating problems begin to disappear when you overcome your insecurities and limiting beliefs about the opposite sex.
Someone will love you for who you are.◊♦◊Ladies, ditch your unrealistic lists. There are fewer dating issues when you can communicate your wants and needs clearly and have confidence and self-respect.
A man who never graduated college might be brilliant (Steve Jobs).
I know many really smart people, including my son, who don’t have high degrees, and many people with a Ph.
Not only is it insulting, but it adds to the negative perception people have of black people.