Dr. Jamal Bryant takes a step into a controversial and exploratory zone of relationships and sexuality in this hard-hitting three-part series featuring "Vitamin C", "Ride With Me", "Take One For The Team", and Conversation with Zane!". The latter is a special encounter with the world-renowned author and publisher Zane in a exclusive conversation on black sexuality.
Most women, generally, don’t have much trouble attracting men. A woman doesn’t need to work harder to please a man, because every woman has what it takes to get the love of any man, and there is nothing else better than a black man and black woman in love. The problem lies in how to love him, keep him, and understand him.
©2009 Jamal Harrison; 2009 Intellect Inspire
It was tastefully taught, He addressed issues that many churches dont dare to even speak of.
Dr.Jamal Harrison Bryant
WHen he said, How can U tell me to walk away from sex when i've had it b4, without telling me how!
May Gods Blessings continue to flow from his vessel...
I'm glad I got this book. However, I should have listened to it before I did what I did with my current boyfriend. I now feel horrible. I became an explore and I was destined to be his navigator but not the captain. I will take what I learn today to try to mend what I did the day before.
Are you riding with me?
How to love a Black Man
I THOUGHT THIS TEACHING WAS RIGHT ON TARGET, THERE ARE SITUATIONS THAT I'M IN NOW, THAT DIRECTLY RELATE TO THIS TEACHING. I HAVE BEEN ASKING SOME OF THESE QUESTIONS FOR YEARS. I ENJOYED IT VERY MUCH, IT BLESSED ME!!
I would listen to it again because it was very interesting and full of information.
The pastor was my favorite because he as the only one who spoke most of the time, but also because he did an amazing job,
It's at the top because it was done with a purpose and a targeted audience. It touch on issues that are prevalent in the black community, that are not often talked about in the church but often discussed in other places throughout the black community such as barber shops and beauty salons to name a couple. I am sure some of those people do go to church. Parents tend to leave that crucial conversation in those places. Thereby leaving up to the kids to teach each other about sex. I love the content and sound doctrine that he uses to support his conversation.
Other Dr. Bryant work because they are supported by the truth. Use these few principles and we can have much more success with a lot of social issues that plague the black community. Teen pregnancy is at the top of the list.
This is a good comparison however this is on a different bases. Other authors have talked about relationships and finding love but not having sex. Dr. Bryant talks about that from another perspective of finding love and how to treat a black man in this doctrine. The point of influence is waiting until marriage to have sex which is what the Bible teaches.
I listen to this book in one setting during my gym workout. Then, I listen again once I got home. Then I shared it with my girlfriend, still waiting on those results. We have not had sex so I think more time is spent getting to know each other. We are still getting to know each other after five months.
I think listening is a great discipline to have, I did listen to this on audio twice because it was good. It will help me when I talk to some of the young people that I come in contact with in the walk that I am walking. I will purchase this inspiring young man information again and again. He has put in the work to understand what he is talking about. Of course having gone thru this situation himself can shed some personal insight to this subject. He is teaching not to follow in my foot steps but be better than me and reach higher. By the way he is a success. Peace...
Surprised to hear pulpit preaching in this one. Got one or two interesting points but overall was disappointed with the content.
Book? This was more like church.
I did not expect someone to preach to me through the whole thing.
Make it a book not a serman.
No. Not even the interview with Zane......she is one of my favorite authors and it was disappointing in the questions he asked.
I wouldn't recommend this book to anyone, I would just say go talk to a pastor instead.
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