In other words, before we can go on the attack we have to take ownership of our own issues.I guarantee that the relationship did not begin with him mistreating you. This is why it is important to nip any bad behavior from your boo in the butt at first sight.
There may have been only one or two commenters that guessed this, but it turns out my boss wasn’t upset. He said he shouldn’t have been talking about his daughter like that at work and he didn’t realize how his comment about me sounded until I reacted like that. I wrote back to this letter-writer and said, “Thank you for this update, and for your good grace about the comments!
People treat you the way you teach them to treat you.
I think that before any sista can complain about how she is treated by a Black man, she must first decide what it is about her that would allow him to mistreat her.
After the show is over all of the screaming has ended, he still does whatever the hell he wants and she still accepts it. [box_alert]Here is the bottom line folks: While there may be some Black men who have decided for whatever reason that a White woman is worth reciprocating love and adoration to and a Black woman is not; the awning is still on the sistas.[/box_alert] Let me tell you a secret that many of us may not know. We make the final decision on how we will be loved.
It is not a man’s responsibility to see to it that he treats us well! My grandfather once told me that I have all of the power in the relationship.