Sunday, October 22, 2017
How To Love A Black Woman!
By Malik Spellman
Published January 15, 2009

Fellows, we have truly abandoned our most valuable asset and that is love itself. First thing we should do in order to love a Black Woman is to remember that she always has our back, even when things are going bad for us. So how do we repay her?

We can start by giving her that much needed compliment. Most of the time we talk and give orders but very seldom do we listen, not only to her but the sound of her heart beat. Being patient with her when she needs you is key gentlemen because that reassurance that she receives from you is so important.

That is the one element that Solomon used to maintain his God position on this earth. Black women who live in this part of the western Hemisphere are subject to high levels of hate and animosity. Blackman when you get home make sure you leave your double tongue in the car, so that you can be a great listener that evening.  We are always talking and dictating to her what we think is right, but allow her to vent in such a way to where you just submit to her.

Allow her to express her self without any reservations what so ever. Don't lie and do this as a front in order to make yourself happy, but do it from love.

Go downtown and get a bucket of rose petals then place them from the front door to the awaiting hot bath filled with fresh cherries and grapes along with some mango to help her keep that smooth silky feeling that she has been known for. Don't be afraid to stop by the mall and get some bed, bath and you know the rest.

If you can afford to do something sweet go to Tiffany's and pick up a necklace or a card telling her that you love her. A five hundred dollar bottle of wine wont hurt. After all she deserves it and will always remember the moment when you showed her that her love is always needed in this relationship.

Try giving your woman a weeks worth of total love and admiration in which she has no burdens at all concerning work, kids, and bills…

Fellows, you never miss the water until the well runs dry. So continue to give up on love and it will definitely give up on you…So you ask yourself, "Malik, how do you know so much about loving a Black woman?" My answer is as follows:

First of all my momma, grandmamma and auntie are Black. And the woman who gave me my children is Black. And, "a nation can rise no higher than its woman," is a Black statement.

I was an animal at one time who had relationships with Black women and took them for granted. And what you see written is a list of the things that I didn't do, that I knew I should have done. So to you squares, this is the confession of a real player who never played by the rules of the game.


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