Stephanie Small, the author of the controversial self-help guide for black women, DON’T LET THE WHITE GIRL WIN, says white women aren’t the cause of the rise of interracial dating amongst African-American men, they're the competition.
ARE BLACK WOMEN LOSING THE BATTLE FOR THE HEARTS OF BLACK MEN? If Love is War: Don't Let the White Girl Win!
Drawing on her experience of growing up as the token soul sister in all white schools with countless white female friends, Stephanie Small brings the battle for the hearts of black men to the pages of her self-help and how-to guide. In a style that is equal parts funny as it is infuriating, the author reveals what’s behind the white girl’s appeal. She shares why it seems like every actor, athlete and smokin’ black bachelor has a “Becky” on his arm. What’s their secret? The answers are broken down between the pages of the how-to guide in 5 basic steps.
Using what she calls the FIVE B’S for Becoming a Better Black Woman, Small rescues single sisters from dating doom by outlining the emotional and psychological challenges that they must overcome to be at their best. Like the strictest drill sergeant or tough love sister-friend, the author instructs black women on how to:
• overcome angry black woman BIAS which characterizes them as ineligible and as dating high risks
• fight BRAINWASHING that has conditioned black women to feel that they’re inadequate and undeserving of healthy relationships
• be more desirable across racial lines by using their BEAUTY as a strategic asset
• release and unload BAGGAGE – fears, past mistakes and unresolved issues that has stalled their marriage prospects
• be mentally, physically and emotionally BETTER so that they can bring love into their lives and their relationships
With 47% of black women without even a hope of wearing a white dress, the book that is best described as a relationship boot-camp guide for black women, is a tactical and practical addition to the self-help niche. Don’t Let the White Girl Win is part memoir, satire and humorous cultural analysis. The book, although unconventional and irreverent, succeeds in giving black women the one thing they need: a strategy for winning at love, life and everything in between.
Don’t Let the White Girl Win (ISBN 978-0-9885818-90-6) by Stephanie Small is available from Barnes & Noble and Amazon or directly from the publisher at 2S Publishing (www.2spublishing.com), P.O Box 301095, Brooklyn, NY 11230 –firstname.lastname@example.org. For $12.95, with wholesale discount rates for bulk purchases, buyers can be a part of the revolution of bringing black women to a new sense of self and victory.
Publ. Date: October 29, 2012
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
While pursuing a degree in psychology, Stephanie Small discovered a love for writing and an affinity for giving good advice. A former social work counselor, she is currently a certified trainer and college lecturer with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Master’s degree in the Arts. A woman of the world (Canadian-bred with West Indian roots, now living and loving New York), Stephanie works as a Professional-Development Coach and Training Strategist specializing in Adult Education. Her life’s goal is to educate individuals on how to overcome their fears and discover their own personal power.
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