Interpersonal Communication Between Black Men and Women in the Family

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AuthorHouse, Apr 1, 2007 - Family & Relationships
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The readability of this book is great, and it encompasses the life of my experience of being African American married and enduring a great relationship with my wife and family. I am thankful to have read your work and personally feel this book will reach a multitude of people from an ethnocentric perspective. Dr. Sullie Wright Sr., School Administrator, Grand Rapids, Michigan What makes the book so unique is that the author is able to weave the past with the present, dealing holistically with the social ills while offering a guide for the black family. He calls on the black family to return to their religious roots where their foundation was God and the black church. This book will inform as well as educate. Dr. Yvonne Kirk, Indiana Wesleyan University, Marion, Indiana -------------------- This book is full of wisdom and is an easy-to-read book. The author has shed new light on the gender differences between African America males and females. Rev. Timothy Shelton This book provides great insights on the communication styles and needs of black men and women. It clearly distinguishes gender roles and difference and the affects slavery had on the family.

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