PRLog - Sep. 2, 2009 - UPPER MARLBORO, Md. -- Upper Marlboro, MD – You’ve heard the statistics about Black women. They range from status in careers, single parenting, and negative relationships with Black men, to name a few. Black women are the minority of the minority and are put into a category that stands all alone. Black women face challenges that other races of women may never face. Author Tinisha Nicole Johnson is taking a stand, and introducing to Black women a new way of thinking that has people talking and women everywhere viewing life in a different light.
Lessons Learned: Loving Yourself As A Black Woman
"I just want to say to my sistas: don't ever question yourself as if some White/Asian/
Lessons Learned: Loving Yourself As A Black Woman is a book into the culture of Black women. The author addresses key issues such as: self-worth, what some Black women tend to think the definition of true happiness is, and the five most common types of Black women. “I wanted to create a book that addresses the most top ten lessons that I’ve personally had to deal with and overcome, or issues I saw other Black women struggling with. I wanted to let the world know regardless of how it was perceived, that Black women are beautiful, unique, and are excelling more than ever. And that statistics alone don’t tell the true story behind the Black woman.”
“This is a must read that is sure to change the way Black women view themselves and their place in this world. I highly recommend this book,” says Linda R. Herman, author of Consequences and Cost of Our Affairs.
Tinisha Nicole Johnson is an author, writer, and poet residing in Denver, Colorado. Besides writing, she also hosts political teleconferences. Her website, A Writer’s Fantasy tells more about the author and provides information into her other books.
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If you’d like more information about the book Lessons Learned: Loving Yourself As A Black Woman, or to schedule an interview with Tinisha Nicole Johnson please contact the author through her website: http://www.TinishaNicoleJohnson.com or email the publisher firstname.lastname@example.org