HisStory Presented by Face to Face Relationships, Inc Jacqueline Falls-Williams, M.Ed, LPC Men, Money, Monogamy & Marriage The Evolution of Relationships
Hear From Our Male Panel… Where We Were Where We Are Where We’re Going Dennis Jackson Brent Shepard Eric Jubert Aaron Nelson
Engage and Challenge on Hot Topics Sista’s are a of a conspiracy to keep a brotha down Do African American men think it’s important to preserve the culture or is it even real to them . If I make more money than my man, how often and in how many ways do I have to apologize If I make less than my woman, how often and how many ways do I have to apologize How long do I wait for the “right man” when I’m ready to have children now…” Sistas need to know when to dial it down … Are African American Men & African American Women on Different Paths… Michael Moore Andre Stokes Roy Johnson Maco L. Faniel
The Question You Don’t Ask Could Hold the Answer Someone Needs to Hear What the @!? is a six figure man? Is that like a Thousandaire… Man, if you hadn’t heard you were married, I would never have known… What’s the point? Brothas don’t seem to have the sista’s backs. What’s your definition of a good woman. She cooks, cleans, has a 26” waist line, makes good money, has good credit, owns her home, drives a beamer, never talks back, gives back massages, blah, blah,blah… Truthfully? There is nothing like a Godly confident brotha.
The Question You Don’t Ask Could Hold the Answer Someone Needs to Hear Let me get this straight, your money is your money and my money is your money… It’s a little “late in the day” to say what you want out of this relationship. Didn’t you know up front? So you’re saying you never knew he was a trifflin’, porn surfing, strip joint hoppin’, womanizing, down low momma’s boy... If that’s the case, I got this secret talkin’ cow worth millions that might interest you…” Okay, what part of your behavior says that you want to be respected? Truthfully? There is nothing like a spiritual confident sista.
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More on the Male Panelists Divorce. Single parent . The eternal bachelor. Eric is the CEO and principal of a local small business entity with individual interest and partner arrangements in a number of technology-based products, web commerce and related consulting services on a domestic and global basis. Eric holds patent-pending designs for a new line of health and beauty products. Widower and single parent to one son. Dennis married his high school sweetheart, Adrienne, in 2003, whodrienne died suddenly in 2009 when their son, Trey, was 2 years old. Dennis’ life demonstrates how a well planned future with someone can change in an instant. Dennis’ philosophy: “Just because a man or woman looks good on someone else’s arm does not mean they will look good on yours. He is an active member of Phi Beta Sigma, Alpha Sigma Sigma Chapter Single. Brent Graduated cum laude from Texas Southern University. Growing up in a household with two siblings and parents in a stable loving relationship shaped his perspective on what it takes to maintain a healthy relationship. Brent’s philosophy: “A woman should be able to balance who she is as an individual and the type of wife and mother she wants to be. Aaron has been married for 8 years and has 2 children. He is a bank supervisor and is currently emerging on the scene as a free lance writer. Aaron’s philosophy: “It is possible to have a healthy balanced relationship.” Eric Jubert Dennis Jackson Brent Shepard Aaron Nelson
More on the Male Panelists Michael is divorced. He is a novelist with three intriguing tales lightly based on his own life. Michael brings a candid and frank perspective to questions about being in love with a man with addictive habits, from alcohol abuse to sexual promiscuity, which lead do his current HIV diagnosis. Michael’s philosophy: “Love is a choice so choose wisely.” Maco is divorced. He is a free lance writer and community activist. He graduated from Texas A & M University. Maco is a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. He has served as a campaign manager for the “Leaving a Legacy Housing First” Capital Campaign of St. John’s UMC, to which Beyonce Knowels contributed $1M. To learn more about Maco, visit: www.macofaniel.com Andre is married with three children. He an educator and coach in the Pearland ISD. He was named Teach of the Year for 2010. He is an active member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Prince Hall Freemason and NAACP. Andre’s philosophy: “Challenge yourself before you challenge our partner.” Roy is single and actively looking for a wife. He is currently a general foreman for a construction firm. Roy believes it okay for a man to get the occasional mani/pedi. He also believes that the reason so many men and women have such a hard time with relationships is their “all or nothing” approach. Michael Moore Maco Faniel Andre Stokes Roy Johnson
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