Changing the Black Woman In the Mirror

  • by Raymond Sturgis
  • Narrated by Lexi McKinsey
  • 0 hrs and 46 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

There are many black women who suffer from inactivity because of past heartache, current insults, and disappointments. This book is to uplift the heart of every black woman who has been verbally abused, hurt, and physically abused. This book will help black women apply vigor to energize their self-esteem so they can rise above those who put obstacles in their way. Black women struggle enormously in America, and the more they overcome, family courts, degenerate schools, employment, or their relationships seem to pull them under again.
Changing the Black Woman in the Mirror is a book from author Raymond Sturgis that helps black women understand the pressure of being black, a woman, a mother, and a lover. It also helps black women to wisely make better decisions when dating and committing their bodies for sexual intercourse. Moreover, this book was written to inspire young black women of the world who have been sexually abused, molested, or introduced to drugs or are coping with dysfunction in their families to improve their life choices with confidence. Changing the Black Woman in the Mirror is a book that will help black women find strength in times of temptation, doubt, and pressure.


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Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-17-2017
  • Publisher: Love Uprising Publishing