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Why Should You “Love As You Are?”

Do you struggle with feeling attractive and comfortable in your own skin? Growing up as a bi-racial girl in the Midwest, I sure did. I spent so many unhappy, unattached years chasing this idea of who I was “supposed” to be. Trying to fit in only left me feeling rejected, unwanted, and alone. When I finally began to embrace authenticity and stop hiding from the real me, I was able to attract my dream partner and build an amazing life with our 2 terrific kids. I know there is someone out there who will love you exactly as you are. Once we find your authentic self, we can find the incredible match that’s out there waiting for you. True love begins with the true you!

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Dating While Pro-Black and Multiracial

Guest Author: Shanon Lee Shanon Lee - Guest Author After earning the reputation of a celebrated racial justice activist, Grey’s Anatomy actor Jesse Williams is facing backlash from the black community. A Page Six article claims he abandoned his black wife for his white co-star, Minka Kelly. Williams addressed the infidelity rumors in JAY-Z’s footnotes video for the track 4:44, denying the demise of his 5-year marriage was due to another woman. In 2016, Williams famously delivered a brazen BET Award acceptance speech denouncing police brutality, demanding equal [...]

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WHO IS DAMONA?

A former NBC Universal executive, Damona Hoffman uses her understanding of personal branding and the art of the pitch to help people stand out in the crowd. After applying these techniques toward online dating and successfully meeting her husband online in 2003, she quickly became one of the most sought-after online dating coaches and relationship experts today.You can see her in action as the dating expert of the FYI television show, #BlackLove and as the host and relationship expert of A Question of Love premiering July 11th on FYI.

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