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by Audrey B. Chapman

eBook Getting Good Loving: How Black Men and Women Can Make Love Work epub
  • ISBN: 0345402456
  • Author: Audrey B. Chapman
  • Genre: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: One World/Ballantine (December 26, 1995)
  • Pages: 240 pages
  • ePUB size: 1126 kb
  • FB2 size 1275 kb
  • Formats mbr azw lrf lit


Getting Good Loving book.

Getting Good Loving book.

Originally published: Entitled to good loving. New York : H. Holt and C. 1995. Includes bibliographical references (pages 195-197) and index. The original book is like this. The original books is too bright.

Audrey Chapman leads the discussion on how black men and women can move from destructive relationships to healthy loving. Bebe Moore Campbell, author of Brothers and Sisters. Offers healing prescriptions to help us work through our complex problems and move toward healthier relationships. Nathan McCall, author of Makes Me Wanna Holler.

Getting Good Loving : How Black Men and Women Can Make Love Work. This book is well written and very easy to read. Chapman gets down to what blocks, hinders, and prevents black men and women from having a positive, healthy, stable relationship. by Audrey B. Chapman. She deals with childhood neglect or problem issues that occurred in our past, and how those issue effect our relationships. Great Resource for Individuals and Couples! Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 13 years ago. "The first step toward achieving a better relationship is attaining a greater understanding of yourself.

In Getting Good Loving, Chapman examines the psychosocial dynamics in black relationships and explains why .

In Getting Good Loving, Chapman examines the psychosocial dynamics in black relationships and explains why unrealistic expectations and confusion about masculine and feminine roles are the two main reasons why black men and women continue to misunderstand one another. Chapman addresses what she calls the "entitlement syndrome"-a subconscious belief that one's romantic partner should make up for one's past suffering.

As Audrey Chapman points out in Getting Good Loving, "Black men are constantly grappling with such questions as. .

The author understands that women and men are very different in.Want to know how to work a party like a politician works a room? It's here, too.

The author understands that women and men are very different in fundamental ways, and he does a great job of decoding both genders. 2. The 100 Simple Secrets of Great Relationships by David Niven, P. A great book doesn't have to weigh a lot and look like a textbook. This little gold nugget of a book is filled with stories about real people's relationship tips. Knowing how different people show and express their love is a good first step toward understanding them-and appreciating their loving behaviors.

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One Saturday afternoon a month, I attend my women's book club

Without even knowing it we can be controlling, materialistic, cynical, desperate, and even hostile. One Saturday afternoon a month, I attend my women's book club. It never ceases to amaze me that no matter what we're reading, whether it's a novel or a self-help book, the conversation always drifts to the men in our lives. Reading about how differently the men and women viewed their relationships naturally got everyone thinking about their own situations.

"With compassion for both genders--and a lot of common sense--Audrey Chapman leads the discussion on how black men and women can move from destructive relationships to healthy loving."--Bebe Moore Campbell Bestselling author of Brothers and Sisters"Offers healing prescriptions to help us work through our complex problems and move toward healthier relationships."--Nathan McCall Author of Makes Me Want to HollerWhile many black men and women enjoy good loving, countless others are trapped in a cycle of bitter emotions and disappointments. As couples therapist Audrey Chapman traveled across the country conducting seminars and workshops on male-female relationships, she was struck by the deep yearning of individuals struggling, often in silence, to find "good loving."In Getting Good Loving, Chapman examines the psychosocial dynamics in black relationships and explains why unrealistic expectations and confusion about masculine and feminine roles are the two main reasons why black men and women continue to misunderstand one another. Chapman addresses what she calls the "entitlement syndrome"--a subconscious belief that one's romantic partner should make up for one's past suffering. Through case studies and intimate revelations from both men and women, Chapman explains how these root problems surface and how they can be transformed to create healthy, loving, and interdependent relationships.Here is an honest and sensitive exploration of how to take responsibility for our own happiness and get what we all need--good loving."Chapman explores the root causes of common problems between black men and women without using that knowledge as an excuse for destructive behavior. Getting Good Loving offers a positive approach to strengthen and encourage black couples rather than laying blame. I highly recommend this book to anyone seeking to better understand relationships between black men and women."--Alvin Poussaint, M.D."With sensitivity and wit, [Chapman] suggests ways black men and women can shed their defenses and learn to trust each other again."--Publishers Weekly
Comments: (5)
Bladebringer
This was a very enlighting book. Lots of information to tell if you need to change your own ways or help your partner to realize what they may be doing. I got my fiance to read some of it. Of course men don't want to admit or to see that anything is wrong, but I saw many things that have been carried on from childhood that affect the relationship. I advise you to read this if but for nothing else, to learn somethings about yourself in the process.
Dalarin
Going through my own personal relationship turmoils, this book, as soon as I began chapter 1, spoke directly toward my situation. I haven't made it far, but I'm deeply grateful for the insight it has given me that pertains to my own, and apparently countless lives and situations of others...
AnnyMars
Everyone should read this book to get to know your self
JUST DO IT
Audrey B. Chapman goes where most other authors cannot--into the Black experience--and comes out with advice tailor-made to our experience and culture. Where other books would stress cute lingerie or "communication", this book goes into the heart of where relationships in the Black community go wrong...from the cradle. She takes the time to explore the issues from the Black female/Black male point of view, and offers gentle, compassionate advice that uplifts all and insults none. If you have given up on Black men/Black women and feel as if you have to go it alone or "cross over" to find a good relationship, then this book is for you. It can also help you to repair a worsening relationship by helping to confront the real issues surrounding it. This is easily worth 10 times more than what you may pay for it, and should be THE definitive book for Blacks trying to have a decent, honest, loving union. For yourself, your lover and for the next generation, BUY IT, READ IT AND TREASURE IT!!! You won't be sorry!!!
Valawye
This book is well written and very easy to read. Chapman gets down to what blocks, hinders, and prevents black men and women from having a positive, healthy, stable relationship. She deals with childhood neglect or problem issues that occurred in our past, and how those issue effect our relationships.
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