Although I was raised in the United States, I have never had a problem with the concept of submission. I appreciate this course because it showed me that there are other black women like me. When a man is truly a man, and when he is taking care of his family, there is nothing wrong with respecting him in the way that he deserves. I appreciate that this course provided a clear distinction between men and males who are intent on harming us...only one of those gets our submission.
Never noticed how my very western views on life affect my ability to be happy most of the time. This course was very helpful as it provided concrete tips on how to minimize those joy-suckers in our lives.
One of the things this course made my realize is that my children need more of my time. We often do things as a group, but there are very rare instances in which I focus on one child at a time. Thank you for this course, and for helping me to begin to scratch the surface on changing how I parent my children. Everyone needs this course. Every single adult on the planet needs this course, especially us Americans. We weren't taught that children need to feel respected in order to behave and love properly.
I'm excited to digest the informative content in the 2nd course. What a delightful experience. I suggest you get your pen and paper out to take plenty notes. You do not want to miss a thing! My favorite part about this course thus far was the concept of being able to "re-write" my damaged childhood including the new narrative of a doting, nurturing and protective father. Priceless
I am grateful for the information shared in this course. I was raised in a single mother home, so I can relate to some of the scenarios presented in the course. I will work to consciously operate more in feminity.
i highly valued pt.1 of this course! my parents are happily married for several decades and they follow the order that roe is teaching us. however, it is interesting bcuz even tho they live by these values it is not supported by their philosophy. although my father is the one who i can turn to if i need financial assistance i feel like he, along with most other black american fathers i have met, may intuitively know their roles as men or may have gotten some good training from their fathers or grandfathers, but have encouraged their daughters to put their career first and think about marriage second. maybe instinctively, that is the best option of protection that they see -- to protect yourself. anyway, i like knowing that the way i am being is in complete alignment with the rest of the world even if it is not the norm in black american culture
This course was so self reflective for me. It showed me that as a wife I am growing and applying what I need to properly. It also gave me pause to evaluate how I was raised and what side effects I need to iron out and what needs to be polished. Immediately going to pt 2!
I am so amazed at the information taught here. I should've had this course years ago. This is a compilation of every reason I've seen and experienced that our money flow is stopped or slowed down and the best part is it's all fixable. Thank you all so much for your help!!