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The Proper Care and Feeding of Husbands

Author:Laura Schlessinger

In her most provocative book yet, Dr. Laura urgently reminds women that to take proper care of their husbands is to ensure themselves the happiness and satisfaction they yearn for in marriage.
Women want to be in love, get married, and live happily ever after. Yet disrespect for men and disregard for the value, feelings, and needs of husbands has fast become the standard for male-female relations in America. Those two attitudes clash in unfortunate ways to create struggle and strife in what could be a beautiful relationship.
Countless women call Dr. Laura, unhappy in their marriages and seemingly at a loss to understand the incredible power they have over their men to create the kind of home life they yearn for. Now, in The Proper Care and Feeding of Husbands, Dr. Laura shows you -- with real-life examples and real-life solutions -- how to wield that power to attain all the sexual pleasure, intimacy, love, joy, and peace you want in your life.
Dr. Laura's simple principles have changed the lives of millions. Now they can change yours.
ISBN: 0060520612

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The First Part Last

Author:Angela Johnson

This little thing with the perfect face and hands doing nothing but counting on me. And me wanting nothing else but to run crying into my own mom's room and have her do the whole thing. It's not going to happen....

Bobby is your classic urban teenaged boy -- impulsive, eager, restless. On his sixteenth birthday he gets some news from his girlfriend, Nia, that changes his life forever. She's pregnant. Bobby's going to be a father. Suddenly things like school and house parties and hanging with friends no longer seem important as they're replaced by visits to Nia's obstetrician and a social worker who says that the only way for Nia and Bobby to lead a normal life is to put their baby up for adoption.
With powerful language and keen insight, Johnson looks at the male side of teen pregnancy as she delves into one young man's struggle to figure out what "the right thing" is and then to do it. No matter what the cost

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It's A Sistah Thing

It's a Sistah Thing: A Guide to Understanding and Dealing with Fibroids for Black Women
Authors: Monique R. Brown, William Acvedo (Illustrator), Ifeanyi C. O. Obiakor

First, let me say that, "It's A Sistah Thing," by Monique R. Brown, is one well written and well researched book on fibroids. Ms. Brown's credits include: senior editor of Black Enterprise Magazine, an adjunct professor at Long Island University, and President and Founder of Professional Women of Color.
The author, Monique Brown, had fibroids and has herself faced the horrible specter of hysterectomy. She was one of the lucky ones and got a myomectomy. She reports that her myomectomy improved her sex life.
The main thrust of the book is to advance alternative approaches to fibroids; however, she does take the op to sound many important alarms. She is delicately raising the hysterectomy/race connection. She notes UAE is new with few studies done and then adds Dr. Scott Goodwin's remark, pg. 203, "If you embolize and block the blood supply to the nerves going into the uterus, those nerves may very well be damaged. And if you were feeling something in your uterus that was pleasurable, you may no longer feel that after embolization."
And Monique is pretty straightforward about hysterectomy and sex. On page 204 she quotes Herbert A. Goldfarb as saying that 40% of women indicate a reduced sexual response after a hysterectomy and then goes on to briefly explain why. But what made me buy the book? One short sentence found on pg. 201, "There's also a theory that the vagus nerve, a nerve that shoots from the cervix to the brain stem, is a pathway for orgasmic sensations." Readers, that is not common knowledge. Ms. Brown has done her homework. Let her share what she has learned with you
ISBN: 075820065X

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Age Ain't Nothing but a Number

Forty-five black women writers-known and new-discuss midlife in the first anthology of its kind
Finally, a collection that celebrates, considers, contemplates, even criticizes "midlife" from a black woman"s point of view. Age Ain"t Nothing but a Number ranges over every aspect of black women"s lives: personal growth, family and friendship, love and sexuality, health, beauty, illness, spirituality, creativity, financial independence, work, and scores of other topics.
Midlife today isn"t your grandmother"s "change of life." Today, black women call hot flashes "power surges," and menopause, the "pause that refreshes." These days, middle-aged women may be newlyweds or new mothers, as well as grandmothers or widows. They may experience the empty-nest syndrome and then the "return-to-the-nest syndrome" as adult children move back home. They may navigate the field of Internet dating, travel the world, teach homeless women, take up pottery, or study international business.
This anthology captures all of these aspects of midlife as experienced by some of the finest voices in African-American writing today. Featuring the work of Maya Angelou, J. California Cooper, Pearl Cleage, Nikki Giovanni, Susan L. Taylor, Alice Walker, and dozens of others, Age Ain"t Nothing but a Number will make readers think, laugh, and cry and will be the perfect gift book for spring.
ISBN: 0807028231

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Brown Skin

Author:Susan C. Taylor, M.D.

At last -- a book devoted to the concerns of people of color that will help you enhance and protect the health and beauty of your skin, hair, and nails. Dr. Susan Taylor, a Harvard-trained dermatologist and a beautiful woman of color, bases her advice on more than fifteen years' experience treating patients in private practice and at the first-of-its-kind Skin of Color Center in New York City, which she directs.
Her quizzes, product recommendations, and patient-tested solutions provide information you can use today! She explains:

· What makes skin of color beautiful -- yet vulnerable: Melanin provides rich color and sun protection, but makes skin prone to scars and marks. Dr. Taylor shares cleansing, care, and cover-up techniques.
· Strategies for satin-smooth skin: Learn how to nip breakouts and rashes in the bud, avoiding discolorations.
· Scar Rx: From cuts to cosmetic surgery, Dr. Taylor explains how to prevent and camouflage disfiguring scars.

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Stolen Women

Author:Gail Wyatt

"STOLEN WOMEN gives us what Mama couldn't-a way to be in charge of our own bodies. This probing, fact-based book dissects the myths, discards the stereotypes, and unshackles our minds."-BEBE MOORE CAMPBELL Author of Brothers and Sisters
"The culmination of twenty-two years of clinical practice and in-depth interviews with hundreds of African American women."-Ebony
"Groundbreaking research breaks down why we came to be at increased risk and how we can protect ourselves for the future."-Essence
"Finally, we have the first book that breaks the silence. Dr. Wyatt presents a well-researched and balanced perspective of the sexual experiences of African American women. It explodes the myths, examines our past, and sets the path for our healing and our future survival. This is a book that should be read by anyone who knows or cares about African American women."-Gloria Johnson Powell, M.D. Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard University
ISBN: 0471297178

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The Secrets:How to Control a Man


Reviewer: Keyonna Norwood-Cole from Atlanta, GA USA
Not Only to Control A Man but, Control Yourself As A Woman,
March 22, 2003

I am totally in awe about this book. I found a few things I am semi-glad to say I can identify with. I recommend this book to all women & men. It gives women a better understanding of what a man wants and how over the years we have forgotten our role as the woman(help-mate). It teaches us to be a strong neck for the head of our households. I encourage my sistas to have an open mind while reading this and deposit this great advice within yourself. I am very proud of this book and its subject. As well as the Author Mr. C. E. Cost.

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Having It All

Black Women and the Question of Success
Author:Veronica Chambers

A behind-the-scenes look into the lives of successful middle- and upper-middle class African American women, the groundbreaking HAVING IT ALL? is sure to spark discussions from cocktail parties to boardrooms.
In a single generation, black women have made extraordinary strides academically, professionally, and financially. They’ve entered the workplace at a far greater rate than white women; increased their enrollment in law schools and graduate programs by 120 percent; and many are now running top companies, or in some cases, the country. Isn’t that enough? Not necessarily. With sharp insight, award-winning journalist Veronica Chambers explores the challenges and stereotypes she and other African American women continue to endure, and answers the question most often posed to her: What does success mean for black women?
Twenty-first century black women draw their inspiration from a wide range of sources: Claire Huxtable to Audrey Hepburn, snowboarding to basketball, Gloria Steinem to bell hooks. They choose what they like. Yet they are misunderstood by mainstream America and lack an accurate portrayal in the media of their lives. HAVING IT ALL? interweaves the thoughts and reflections of more than fifty women who occupy this territory. The voices range from Thelma Golden, chief curator of The Studio Museum in Harlem, to a Silicon Valley executive, to medical and legal professionals, and stay-at-home “mocha moms.”
Successful black women today want it all: marriage, motherhood, engaging work, and prosperity. The difference is that they come to the table with the strength, courage and wisdom of black women ancestors who-did-it-all, even when they didn’t-have-it-all. What has gone so undocumented by the media is that modern black women are coming up with creative, satisfying answers to the juggling act that all women face.


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Fifty Black Women

Author:Amy Alexander

Their names are familiar, yet their importance is often overlooked. These women are former slaves, housewives, college professors, Nobel and Pulitzer and National Book Award and Olympic Gold winners. And they are all survivors—women who emerged from servitude and discrimination to change the world. The vivid and inspiring portraits inside tell the story of each of these African-American women's personal journey and her monumental contributions to our society.


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I Say A Prayer for Me

Author:Stanice Anderson

Stanice Anderson is a journalist, public speaker, businesswoman, and recovery counselor trainer. The author of 12-Step Programs: A Resource Guide for Women, as well as the e-mail series Food for the Spirit and Power Moments with God, she has appeared on The 700 Club. She lives in Maryland.

ISBN: 0446530344

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