Getting Good Loving: Seven Ways to Find Love and Make it Last
Written by noted authority and radio show host Audrey Chapman, this release of Getting Good Loving is a revised and updated new edition of one of the most successful relationship guides for African Americans ever published. Examining case studies and first-person accounts from black men and women, Audrey Chapman offers sensible and sensitive solutions for their relationship problems and shows how black men and women can get more of what everyone needs — good loving.
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