Are you looking for a special companion? Frustrated because you can't seem to communicate with the person you are with? Determined to meet someone whose vision matches yours? If so, Friends, Lovers, and Soulmates is for you!
Filled with self-assessments, dozens of case studies, and an appendix of organizations, Friends, Lovers, and Soulmates is more than just a relationship book for Black men and women. It is a guide you can use at any stage in your life, whether you want to figure out why you don't currently have a relationship or want to enhance your existing relationship. There is no magic wand to create the nourishing bonds we so desperately need and deserve, but with hard work and the guidance that you can find in this book, a healthy, nurturing, and loving relationship can be yours.
About the Author
Derek S. Hopson, PhD and Darlene Powell Hopson, PhD are practicing clinical psychologists. They are the authors of Different and Wonderful: Raising Black Children in a Race-Conscious Society, Raising the Rainbow Generation: Teaching Your Children to Be Successful in a Multicultural Society, and Friends, Lovers, and Soulmates. They live with their two children in Middlefield, Connecticut.
Dr. Gwedolyn Goldsby Grant psychologist, advice columnist at ESSENCE magazine An insightful, soul-searching book about healing the wounded Black male-female relationship. The authors provide us with hope and instruction at the same time.
Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee Wherever we go, there's always at least one someone who wants to know exactly how we have managed to stay married all these years. Now, instead of racking our brains for a magical answer, we can point them in the direction of the good Doctors Hopson! Here is a marvelous and important guide to discovering some magic of your own.
Alvin F. Poussaint, M.D. Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School, Department of Psychiatry This book provides a sound, positive approach, containing specific guidelines, on how Black men and Black women can build stronger and happier partnerships. I recommend this volume to Black couples seeking to improve their relationships.