As an African American Christian woman, societal dating norms promote that women should wait to be foun’t – that proverbial Boaz & Ruth situation (read the story of Ruth & Boaz in the book of Ruth in the bible). But what happens when you’ve waited…and waited…and waited…and ain’t been foun’t yet? Is it ok to tilt the odds in your favor…like Naomi told Ruth to do to get Boaz’s attention?

Do traditional dating values align with new Millennial values?

See how Chiereme [chair-reh-me], 26 is breaking away from her long-held traditional views on being foun’t and taking control of her dating-destiny while still maintaining her African American Christian values. Hear her story…in this pilot episode of the Millennial Dating Chronicles.

Should Husbands (Besides Me) Cook Too

Decades ago, the topic of husbands cooking in a marriage used to fall along gender lines. But now, the responsibility of cooking is more egalitarian. In other words, husbands be up in the kitchen too. But how often...thought? Are husbands carrying their fair share of...

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