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What Kind of Relationship Are You In? 2
There are various types of relationships. Understanding who you are and why you do the things you do will help you better understand the dynamics of your relationship. Understanding who you are will also help you to identify what you really want and need in a relationship.

When Domestic Violence Hits Home
Maybe you were one of the fortunate ones who have never experienced the devastating affects of domestic violence. If that is you, then you are fortunate. But you may be surprised to know just how many people you know, that have and are experiencing domestic violence, and you may never know.

Where Has The Village Gone?
It seems as though every time we turn on the news, that some tragedy has befallen a child. In the past week alone, there have been more reports on children that have succumb to the deadly attack of either a stranger, or worse—their own parent.

Why Do We Do What We Do
Why do we make the decisions that we make? What are our motives. With so much going on in the world today; how much does our faith have to do with what we do?

Why Do We Fail In Our Relationships?
Relationships take work. They are not built overnight but overtime with two willing partners that have agreed to listen, communicate and respect each other at all costs. Relationships work best when partners are fully engaging and are open and honest, and realistic with their expectations.

Wise and Powerful Choices
We shouldn’t vote for someone because he is Black or because, someone is White. Voting is taking responsibility for what you want to see changed in your life. Your voice is important. And, what you do with it, affects the next four to eight years. We can make wise and powerful choices.

Words That Heal and Soothe
Now, more than any other time, there are many seeking to find comfort. Comfort from all that has transpired. The grievous economy. The lack of employment. The loss of life. There is so much. Yet, many are turning to their faith and finding comfort in words that heal and soothe the broken hearted.

Working Together in the African-American Community
From slavery until now there has been one thing that certain in the African-American community: working together and for one another accomplishes more than if tried alone. Standing and fighting for those who cannot, makes the community stronger and a future possible for the generation of tomorrow.

World AIDS Day
Many advances have been made in the treatment and prevention of AIDS/HIV. So much more must be done. What part are you playing to help?

Year of Triumphs and Hurdles for African-Americans
This year has seen its share of triumphs, defeats, evil and good. African-Americans saw many changes take place in the past few years. However, for many, 2012 felt like they took a step back in time to the days of Civil Rights—fighting for a our right to vote, equality, and justice.

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