Item description for How To Love A Black Man by Elmore...
Overview A relationship therapist, ordained minister, and lecturer sheds light on the psychology of black men and offers suggestions to women for improving and deepening their relationships with them, peppered with real-life anecdotes. Reprint.
Publishers Description In this book, relationship expert Dr Elmore sheds light on the hidden emotional psychological recesses of the black man's inner world. In firm and engaging language, he provides advice and real-life anecdotes from his seminars and radio talk shows.
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Studio: Grand Central Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.11" Width: 5.97" Height: 0.63" Weight: 0.7 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 1997
Publisher Warner/Faith Books
ISBN 0446672599 ISBN13 9780446672597
Availability 131 units. Availability accurate as of May 25, 2017 09:55.
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Reviews - What do customers think about How To Love A Black Man?
Gain a New Perspective on Your Relationships Nov 28, 2004
I am a white woman dating a black man. Although I do not usually read relationship advice books, I decided to purchase this book after reading some articles of Dr Ronn Elmore's. I was not disappointed. This book is filled with wonderful and practical advice to help you have healthy and fulfilling relationships. This is not a book about pleasing a man, it is very much focused on achieving a healthy balance in your relationship. The book is well-written with clear examples and suggestions for acting on the advice contained. Each piece of advice is given its own section so it's easy to refer back to the "Satisfaction Actions" that are pertinent to you. The advice will not only help you in your relationships with black men, some of it will be useful in other relationships and other areas of your life. I highly recommend this book.
I love YOU, Ronn Elmore! Jun 8, 2004
I'm not black, or a woman, or a gay man, but still -- WHAT A BOOK! I received "How To Love A Black Man" by mistake when I ordered E.J. Fienner's new novel about farm life in rural Manitoba in the 1930s, and I was halfway through it before I realized I'd gotten the wrong book! It changed my life! Ronn Elmore has done women and gay men (of ALL colors) a great service.
There is always room for Improvement. Feb 23, 2004
Even if you already have a wonderful relationship this book can still do wonders. Not only do you gain insight to yourself you also find those little secrets to help you go above and beyond. You can make a mediocre relationship into the dream you have always wanted.
Great book from a man's perspective! Jul 23, 2003
Ronn Elmore's book is a great look at what a black man thinks it takes to truly love. Being a single black woman I found his advice extremely worthwhile. His book is the brother book to my other favorite author LaDawn Black - Stripped Bare: 10 Tested Truths for Landing the Very Best Black Man. Both books push you toward positive relationships.
A wonderful worthy book Oct 15, 2002
This book is highly recommended for those who are seeking a how to have a fulfilling life with their man. Reading the first two pages and I immediately started to laugh, because what was written was and is so true. This book is not what you think it is about. A list of rules on how to pamper, feed, and love you man. This book is about how you as a woman need to learn how to deal with the type of person you are when seeking a man and learning how to undo some of those things. I am not giving anything away. You have to have an open mind. Because if you're seeking a bashing on black men- then you may just want to look some where else. This is an excellent read. I even bought, How to love a black woman for my husband and we are both reading. A good teaching tool for ALL BLACK WOMEN