By now surly everybody has seen the YouTube segment from ABC's Nightline discussing the issue of single successful lonely black women. In recent weeks, discussing this issue seems to be the hot topic. What's really going on with the "BG's" = Black Girls?
Over 70% of all African-American women don't have husbands. That is a tragedy for the entire family, especially the children. The joint social trauma inflicted by a poor educational system, mass incarceration and massive unemployment among black men has come together to create an unsustainable set of social outcomes. That's not to mention the black men who've either chosen to date other men or can't see the beauty of black women.
To obtain a good mate, you must learn how to be a good mate and how to choose a good mate. The idea is that in order to get what you want, you must learn how to give what others want. But you can't effectively give to others if you're only thinking about yourself.
Is there a fear that causes some women to make hasty decisions like staying in unfulfilling relationships that lead to unsuccessful marriages, which end in divorce? Or just the opposite - Are women become so fearful of making the wrong choice, they find themselves surrounded by a moat with no bridge to their final destination. . . Marriage!
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