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The Power Struggle

A Common Issue Between Black Men & Black Women

The Power Struggle

Hey, my name is Arielle. I am the founder of StraightBlackLove.com - a dating app which aims to connect serious, marriage-minded black singles worldwide.
I created the Straight Black Blog to share stories and issues pertaining to the black community, black relationships and healing. 

If you'd like to contribute to the blog please get in contact - always happy to have guest bloggers!

Kunyaza is a traditional sexual technique used in central Africa. It’s said to be the secret for women to have incredible orgasms…

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How To Develop A Healthy Relationship (With Yourself)

You may wonder where this topic came from, considering I typically write about dating and relationships. But, I also write about happiness and success – two things which are typically intertwined with how you perceive yourself and carry yourself throughout your day to day life.

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Trust, without question, is one of the most important bricks when building the foundation of a strong relationship.

Without trust, you cannot have real love.

 

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Many of the discussions surrounding addiction tend to focus on the physical and psychological effects of substance abuse. The effects of drug addiction, however, expand beyond these issues and further encompasses one’s social health and wellbeing.

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7 signs of true love from a man

The adage “actions speak louder than words” rings truer than ever when it comes to dating and relationships. Anyone can tell you what you want to hear – but only someone who actually MEANS what they say will make sure their actions back up their words.

 

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One of the biggest complaints I get these days from women is about men who tend to slowly back away after they label them as a ‘strong black woman’. Although it seems that being called a ‘strong black woman’ is a compliment, it isn’t said to be one nor is it perceived to be.

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I’m going to give you a hypothetical situation, and I’d like for you to tell me whether or not you can relate:

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