Marriage from the Point of View of a Single Woman: Part 2

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Sherley is a Haitian-American flight attendant who served eight years in the US Army Reserve. Her journey with Femme Naturelle began in 2012 as a way to build a safe space, a community to uplift and empower women in relationships transitioning out of crisis. She resides in New Jersey with her husband and two children.

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This episode is a continuation of the previous episode about marriage from the point of view of a single woman. Sherley dives deeper with our guest, Lakeshia. We discuss communication and sex in marriage, sexual compatibility and sex as a chore, as well as relinquishing control outside of the bedroom in a marriage.

Discussion:

  1. What caused you to change your mind about marriage and why?
  2. Should women get married assuming that a man will take care of them?
  3. Do men have issues with alpha females?
  4. Why should women be confident enough in who they are to be okay with not getting married?

Also listen to: Marriage from the Point of View of a Single Woman: Part 1

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