Posts in category "Proposal"

He Said, "I'll Never Leave You, But I WON'T Marry You"

He Said, "I'll Never Leave You, But I WON'T Marry You"
By A Comeaux So in true A Comeaux fashion, I’m talking to a guy and two women about marriage in the new millennium and how things have changed from the days when our parents and grandparents dated. The results may shock you, but it’s the mindset I’m particularly appalled by: Men today feel women aren’t worthy of... Read more »

Love Takes Time…

By Yanni Brown If you asked me what’s love got to do with it, well I’d say without hesitation “Absolutely Everything”. I’ve been researching, studying the behavior of love and relationships and facilitating workshops on relationships, love and marriage for over 20 years now and what I’ve learned about it is what we all know.... Read more »

Valerie Warner and Jeff Cartwright Engagement Celebration

Valerie Warner and Jeff Cartwright Engagement Celebration
By Dawgelene “Dr Dawj” Sangster- I have always been and always will be an advocate for marriage. While I am still new to this widow journey and miss my husband daily, it does not diminish my desire to be a wife again one day to a well deserving King that God allows to find me.... Read more »
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Friends With Benefits

Friends With Benefits
by Yanni Brown When you think about spending the rest of your life with someone you would hope that you are looking to marry your friend! Marry that special someone who loves you. Someone who knows you, your strengths, weaknesses, what makes you smile and can be there as a great support system. Someone you want... Read more »

Love's Got a Hold on Shoya: She's Engaged!

By Zondra Hughes It was a magical night for Six Brown Chick Shoya Bowman. Her play, “Love’s Got A Hold On Me,” now in its second year, played to a sold-out crowd at the Harold Washington Cultural Center in Chicago’s historic Bronzeville neighborhood. As Shoya thanked her supporters, and her stellar cast, she paused to... Read more »

Planning a Proposal? Read These Guidelines First . . .

Planning a Proposal?  Read These Guidelines First . . .
by Gina B. It’s wedding season, which means that established couples who aren’t planning nuptials are at least forced to think about it.  Some men are sitting tight, hoping the season passes quickly without uncomfortable questions or additional pressure.  Others are inspired to propose! Guys . . . when you propose, please keep in mind... Read more »
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