Fueled by a newspaper article that suggested African American women are scaring men off, Carla M. Mitchell gathered input from single, married, and divorced men and women, both friends and strangers. Her goal: to generate honest and open dialogue between the sexes and encourage more soul searching about relationships by posing questions, such as: What does being in a relationship really mean? Is there something "wrong" with women who aren't in a relationship? Is there a problem with women pursuing a relationship? Should women "lower" their standards in order to stay in a relationship?
Carla collates the many interesting and varied responses about relationships and the roles males and females play. This is a topic that doesn't grow old and requires ongoing dialogue to better understand and appreciate the differences between men and women. Once you clearly define your relationship goals, let "Dialogue of the Heart and Mind" help you enter into the perfect union and make your life the most satisfying that it can be.
Number Of Pages: 112
Published: 18th October 2007
Dimensions (cm): 22.91 x 15.19 x 1.12
Weight (kg): 0.32