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CHOICES: Black Women Interracial and Intercultural Marriage Book 2 Paperback – July 1, 2009
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Please prepare your Black daughters for the sometimes treacherous waters of dating! Giving this book as a gift would be a great start. Please do not live in denial and let them "figure it out on their own". We must guide these precious young ladies into quality, loving relationships where they are VALUED!
This won't be beneficial for all women: in fact, some women may find it redundant or otherwise unnecessary for them. I'd advise anyone to look through Evia's website THOROUGHLY before purchasing the book: if her essays are not enlightening to you, then the book probably won't be, either. BUT, if you find her free information helpful, then this book will be an absolute treat for you.
A previous commenter mentioned that this book is a good gift for young girls. I ABSOLUTELY agree! The information contained in "Choices" is probably some of the most basic lessons girls can learn to survive and thrive in the dating world. It will help girls to feel empowered and inspired. I highly recommend it!
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I was greatly enriched,encourage and uplifted. I learned so much about people and circumstances of people rigt in our faces but things never touched on overlooked. Read morePublished on September 15, 2012 by countess
I love Evia's MESSAGE TO BLACK WOMEN. The problem is that it is hard for me to like her as the messenger. Read morePublished on November 21, 2011 by DeDe