In this life, love is hard to come by, and sharing love with someone should never go unrewarded. Many black women are not afraid to love someone, however they are afraid to love and have it taken for granted. The effects of love gone bad can be life changing because being in a relationship or marriage for years and discover that the person receiving your love is cheating or abusing you can really change your heart. Once again, I bring you women that have loved the wrong man for all the right reasons. They will share with you the beauty of their relationships or marriages and the problems that now imbued their hearts and mind, possibly forever. Some of these women would share with you the signs of problems that were invisible; however, through time they wind up embracing the hurt and reality of giving love and time to men that has destroyed their love and trust. In addition, I am bringing to you the poignant experiences of how love can change a person's life in ways that can become destructive or instructive to their self-esteem and confidence. These women's lives are real, and so are their problems loving and wasting time on men who wind up hurting them. Therefore, this book encourages them to continue to love, but in a cautious manner. While the time is changing where people are choosing to have sex without the problem of commitment, my message I convey is that love should continue, and identifying the characteristics in men that will wind up hurting women is my overall agenda. Because I believe that all women and men should find love, and although relationships and marriages end, another love wrapped in friendship should take over where intimate love fail and stabilize hearts with peace and reconciliation.
Would you consider the audio edition of Choices of a Black Woman to be better than the print version?
I would consider the audio edition over the print version because it was an easy book to listen to and I feel as if I retain more information listening, plus the narrator did a great job at articulation!
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This audiobook spoke nothing but truth. The narrator did a great jam at packing power onto the message that the author was trying to convey. This book had great stories and discussions!