by Darryl James
Bridging The Black Gender Gap is the result of years of research and more than twenty discussions with men and women regarding the growing number of unmarried Black women conducted by author Darryl James (Detectiveís Affair & The Los Angeles Riots: Three Decades of Revolution).
Bridging The Black Gender Gap challenges the dating selection process, as James admonishes: "You have to look around you and find real examples, because once you are convinced that we don't exist, then, for you, we don't."
The book also challenges dating behavior and dating conflicts, as Relationship Therapist Angel L. Gaines, advises: "People usually have conflict because of the way that they process pain. Until they can pinpoint the way that they process pain, they will use band-aids as opposed to seeking the root cause of the pain. The mentality is that if I can convince myself that I donít want what I really want, then it doesnít hurt as much when I donít get it."
Bridging The Black Gender Gap is a much-needed contribution to the communication needed between men and women
Paperback: 60 pages