Stephanie Smith, an otherwise intelligent black woman, is making headlines in the blogoshphere for pressuring her white boyfriend into proposing to her.
Stephanie promised to make 300 sandwiches for her boyfriend Eric if he put a ring on her finger. Stephanie is aware that her stunt reeks of desperation, but she’s making those 300 sandwiches anyway.
Rapper The Game knows a thing or two about infidelity. He’s been down that road despite being in a committed relationship. The Game and his fiancée, Tiffney Cambridge, star in an upcoming TV reality show titled ‘Marrying The Game’. His cheating ways are the reasons why the show isn’t titled ‘Married to The Game’.
“I’m not going to throw myself under the bus… but every man cheats,” said The Game in an interview with Power 105?s The Breakfast Club.
“The truth is every man cheats: fat men, skinny men, basketball player, guy who can’t play, nerds, smart men. It doesn’t matter,” he added.
The NY Post‘s Tim Donnelly has written another heartwarming story about finding love amid the wreckage of Hurricane Sandy.
“Emanuel Boseman was panicked. He was stranded in a tiny 50-square-foot second-floor storage unit in Coney Island as Sandy pushed ocean waters into the building, completely flooding the first floor.
He stared at his cellphone, which was getting spotty service, and nervously debated dialing his ex-girlfriend Fernanda Meier.
He didn’t know who else to call, but they hadn’t spoken in months. Would she even take his call?”
NFL legend Deion Sanders likes ’em young. Bossip spoke to Deion’s latest conquest, Aleea Stanton, who happens to be the daughter of Angela Stanton, the woman who made all those wild accusations about Phaedra Parks.
Aleea Stanton, who was 18 when she met Sanders, tells Bossip she met the former football star through Twitter.com in 2011.
“I got a DM on Twitter from a guy saying, ‘Hey I’ve got a friend that wants to meet you.’ I said, ‘Ok, cool who is it? He says ‘Deion Sanders,’ and I said ‘Who???’”
Aleea said she had to Google Prime Time to see who he was.
R&B Diva Keyshia Cole is set to release her fifth studio project after numerous delays. Going back to her roots on Woman To Woman, the mother of one crafted tracks about relationship issues that many women can relate to.
Cole, 31, is candid about her own relationship troubles with husband Daniel Gibson, 26. The couple sought marriage counseling when Gibson could no longer tolerate Cole’s mood swings. It was Gibson’s decision to seek therapy to save his marriage. Cole’s album track list reflects the struggles that most young couples experience once the dopamine fades.
Cole says, “This album is not about me, the album is about the fans that really want to hear things that help them and give them inspiration to get over dudes that do them wrong.”
Woman to Woman is set for a November 19 release. See the tracklist below.
Earlier I posted an email from Cheryl Redmond, the mother of Zeboe Pullins’ youngest children. Cheryl is a great example of a woman who holds her family together and stands by her man through thick and thin.
But some women marry men for all the wrong reasons.
Without singling out Tamar Braxton, some women confuse love for neediness. As children they didn’t have a healthy, supportive relationship with their fathers, so they grow up looking for men to fulfill their unrealistic needs. These women are beautiful, seductive, lovable, possessive, and eventually they become very demanding.
When these women find men like Vince (who has issues of their own), they form a sometimes destructive relationship that doesn’t benefit either of them spiritually or mentally.
R&B singer Keyshia Cole, says marriage counseling works.
According to Eurweb.com, Cole’s husband, Daniel Gibson “was at first a bit hesitant to seek professional therapy for their marriage, but over time, he realized it was necessary.”
What’s not surprising to me is that Cole and Gibson sought marriage counseling in the first place.
Cole, 31, and Gibson, 26, met and began dating in 2009. They wed in an intimate ceremony on May 21, 2011 — a year after their first child, Daniel Hiram Gibson, Jr., was born.
3 years is about right for Dopamine (which sparked their strong sexual attraction to each other) to begin to fade. Young people who don’t understand how dopamine (and other brain neurotransmitters) works on sexual relationships falsely assume that their initial strong sexual attraction to each other must be love. It is not.
So when the dopamine begins to fade, these young people falsely believe that the “love” they once shared is now gone.