Description - Say Goodbye to the Blackman Who Drains the Blackwoman by Jas Jae'
Say Goodbye to the Blackman Who Drains the Blackwoman is an inspirational book about saying goodbye to life draining issues that cause black women to feel unappreciated. The book covers real problems concerning African-American men who are not ready to love, respect, and to protect their beautiful African-American women. From cheating, instability, making excuses, and causing black women many tears, black women will learn to say "No" and shut the door on black men who drain their spirits, as this is not God's will. Not only does the book address black issues, but also the book offers motivational scriptures and features reflective sections for women to evaluate their lifestyles and relationships. As you read this inspiring book, you will begin to clearly understand God's purpose for your life. Jas Jae' has been a Christian for ten years. She was married for seven years, and she has one daughter. She is a senior at Regent University; she is expected to graduate in 2008 with her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communication. Also, she plans to pursue a Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership. Jas Jae' would like to inspire women by encouraging them to expect God's best and nothing less! Lady Smith, co-author of Say Goodbye to the Blackman Who Drains the Blackwoman, is married and has two children. She has been a Christian for nearly twenty years. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, and she has a Masters in Education. She is an educator in the public school system and ministers to individuals who are incarcerated. Lady Smith enjoys writing and hopes to inspire African-American women to live healthy and prosperous lives through the Lord Jesus Christ.
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Format: Paperback / softback
(203mm x 127mm x 6mm)
Publisher: Xulon Press
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