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The "Come and Talk to Me" Podcast

The "Come and Talk to Me" Podcast

By CeeCee

This podcast was birthed from the need to create a platform for positive, personal, authentic conversations that spotlight life experiences from the perspective of the 40 and over audience. Based in Cleveland, Ohio, my mission is to make this yet another contribution to "The Culture" from "The Land" *Self-Care *Relationships *Mental Health *Social Issues *Sex *Current Events Produced, Edited and Hosted by Carmen "CeeCee" Jones Theme Song: "Come & Talk to Me" cover; Produced by Larry Owens, Vocal Production and Arrangement by B. Landrum and Dre Walton, Lead Vocals by B. Landrum
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Episode 25: "You Don't Have To See The Whole Staircase, Just Take the First Step"

The "Come and Talk to Me" PodcastMay 01, 2021

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When His Emotions Got Blocked

When His Emotions Got Blocked

A solo episode where I share a story about teenage boys not being able to share their emotions and how this carries over into adult relationships.w
Jul 01, 202327:32
Tough Girls Need Love Too

Tough Girls Need Love Too

This is the first episode in a special summer series. I will present quick anecdotes and snapshots of incidents I have witnessed among teenagers that directly resemble some of the same relationship issues I know adults experience as well. I invite listeners to reach out to me on IG @comeandtalktomepodcast to provide feedback.
Jun 16, 202323:07
BE HERE.

BE HERE.

A "Pop up" episode with some messages I wanted to share for the new year!
Jan 01, 202326:36
Episode 60: "Lessons on Lessons on Lessons"

Episode 60: "Lessons on Lessons on Lessons"

The last episode of Season 5. In this episode I talk about many of the lessons I have learned over the 2 years of recording the podcast.
Aug 11, 202254:41
Episode 59: "You Did it So Authentically..."

Episode 59: "You Did it So Authentically..."

This episode is a "farewell" to the podcast a well as my 49th birthday celebration. I talked to one last Cleveland Bartender about relationships and dating. I am also joined by the women in my life who have made this Podcast possible. A few of my good "inner circle" friends join me in reflecting on their favorite moments from seasons 1,2,3,4 and 5.
Aug 05, 202212:08
Episode 58: "Twenty Somethings" Talk Relationships

Episode 58: "Twenty Somethings" Talk Relationships

This week I talk to a young lady and a young man seperately about dating/relationships. I ask them to give me one word to describe dating/relationships today. Their responses are quite interesting. Of course Lisa and I analyze their responses afterwards over wine...LOL.
Jul 23, 202226:34
Episode 57: "Those Wandering Eyes of Yours..."ūüĎÄ

Episode 57: "Those Wandering Eyes of Yours..."ūüĎÄ

This episode is a discussion Lisa and I had based on the idea of Person A being on a date with Person B, but while "pursuing" Person C! LOL! Very funny conversation with some personal stories and positive insight Follow the show on IG @comeandtalktomepodcast. Text (231) 714-4122 to suggest a topic or be a guest on the show
Jul 09, 202226:58
Episode 56: Dating, Cheating and Sharing; She's Seen It All

Episode 56: Dating, Cheating and Sharing; She's Seen It All

For this week's episode, I have a 5 minute conversation with another local Bartender who has seen a lot of interesting situations. She takes out a little time from her busy day (she's a great mixologist) to share a few details from just a few situations with me for the podcast. Afterwards, Lisa and I unpack and discuss some of those details... and share some of our own stories. Follow the show on IG @ComeandTalktoMePodcast
Jul 04, 202234:20
Episode 55: "WE Decided This Was Going To Be A Thing"

Episode 55: "WE Decided This Was Going To Be A Thing"

Listen in on my impromptu conversation with a local Bartender/Dining Host about his 30 year relationship with his wonderful wife that started when he was 14. Our quick exchange is followed by a discussion with my good friend Lisa, where we unpack the key points of the convo. Check out Lisa's podcast "Domestic Violence: You're Hurting Me" on Spreaker and Google Podcasts.
Jun 27, 202227:21
Bonus Episode-Domestic Violence: The Need for the Discussion

Bonus Episode-Domestic Violence: The Need for the Discussion

This bonus episode features a discussion with my good friend Lisa, who is on the verge of launching her own Podcast - "Domestic Violence: You're Hurting Me", a discussion that is timely and necessaryin ALL communities. Stay tuned for more details and airing of her show!
May 06, 202232:55
Episode 54: "Black Women and Our Beloved BRAIDS"

Episode 54: "Black Women and Our Beloved BRAIDS"

In this episode I provide the history and importance of hair braiding in the African American community. This episode's cover art features some of the BEAUTIFUL Black women in my family that fiercely rock braids.
Mar 13, 202218:56
Episode 53: Black History: Tell Your Kids About What Happened on August 11, 1973
Feb 19, 202222:26
Episode 52: What Is Your Family's GREAT MIGRATION Story?

Episode 52: What Is Your Family's GREAT MIGRATION Story?

Another " rare conversation" about Black History. Where is your family originally from in America? Everyone has a story. It`s time we start sharing these stories with each other. REFERENCES
Feb 12, 202223:17
Episode 51: Ask Your Kids About The Middle Passage

Episode 51: Ask Your Kids About The Middle Passage

Season 4 will be a "Solo Season" that features quick "Pop Up" Episodes about Black History concepts that we think are "common" but are rarely discussed, especially with our youth.
Feb 05, 202219:21
Episode 50: "That Moment When The Babies Grow Up" Special Guest: My Mom

Episode 50: "That Moment When The Babies Grow Up" Special Guest: My Mom

For the final episode of Season 3, I present MY mother, Ruby. We discuss the quote, "Hanging out with your adult kids is like watching the best parts of your life". She shares her wisdom and observations of changes in the generations. Follow the show @comeandtalktoceecee on IG
Dec 12, 202148:32
Episode 49: "Single For The Holidays: Are There Benefits?"

Episode 49: "Single For The Holidays: Are There Benefits?"

This episode is DuPree's final appearance for Season Three. We decide to close out the year by unpacking the article "9 Underrated Benefits Of Being Single For The Holidays" from MTV.com. (2014). We end up delving into other topics such as when is the right time to introduce a significant other to the family. How do you find the perfect gift for a "new boo" and of course we end up talking about the power of therapy.

Follow DuPree @Hulkquotes on IG
Follow the show @comeandtalktoceecee on IG
Dec 04, 202101:35:34
Episode 48: "Stress and Anxiety: Let That "ISH" Go..."

Episode 48: "Stress and Anxiety: Let That "ISH" Go..."

The 3rd Installment in my Stress Management Series.
Nov 27, 202150:16
Episode 47: "Funny, Black, Gay and Christian... Yep, I'm A Comedian" (Mature Language)

Episode 47: "Funny, Black, Gay and Christian... Yep, I'm A Comedian" (Mature Language)

This week I have a conversation with the very animated, up and coming Comedian, Carli Robe. Not only do we discuss our favorite comedians and comediennes, we also discuss the quote "Normal is just a cycle on the washing machine" -Whoopi Goldberg Follow the show @comeandtalktoceecee on IG Follow Carli @carlirobecomedy on IG
Nov 20, 202101:05:29
Episode 46: "Surprise! I'm Your Son."

Episode 46: "Surprise! I'm Your Son."

This episode is part 2 of my discussion with RoyAllen Bumpers. During our conversation in Episode 45: "And Then... There's A Plot Twist", we talked about the many "plot twists" Roy has experienced in his life. This episode delves into one of the biggest "twist" of his life, meeting his father for the first time. It is actually a very heartwarming, inspirational story that touches on many other issues such as knowledge of self, setting and accepting boundaries, perseverance and the true meaning of family.
Follow the show @comeandtalktoceecee on IG
Follow Roy @royalbumps on IG
Nov 13, 202101:06:01
Episode 45: And Then... There's A "Plot Twist"

Episode 45: And Then... There's A "Plot Twist"

My guest this week is my friend RoyAllen Bumpers. He discusses his journey with discovery, diagnosis and treatment of chronic kidney disease. This episode was recorded during one of Roy's dialysis sessions that he must attend 3 times weekly. It is a very informative, detailed story of paying attention to and taking responsibility for your own health.
Follow the show @comeandtalktoceecee on IG
Nov 06, 202151:16
Episode 44: Laughing Out Loud

Episode 44: Laughing Out Loud

My guest this week is Terrence Glave, a local comedian, author and film producer. We start out talking about how as a creative, you can't just "turn off" the creative process. By the end, I felt like I was in the middle of one of his stand up routines. He definitely made me LAUGH OUT LOUD!! Follow Terrence @SteelBizz on Instagram
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Oct 30, 202152:60
Episode 43: "Dear Nashville..."

Episode 43: "Dear Nashville..."

It's time for another episode of "Come and Talk to Me... and Dupree". My monthly co-host DuPree Pinson leads the discussion with an announcement. He's relocating! He shares with us the ins and outs of stepping out on faith and picking up to move to another state for new position. He also expresses his love and appreciation for the city he's leaving behind, the city where he became A MAN... Nashville. Follow Dupree @Hulkquotes on IG Follow the show @ComeandTalktoCeeCee on IG
Oct 23, 202101:07:37
Episode 42: "A Candid Conversation About Our Schools"

Episode 42: "A Candid Conversation About Our Schools"

Many educators have been discussing the increase in violence and violent dispositions among student since we've returned tp school. What happened during the pandemic to cause this influx of anger? I am truly asking listeners to contact me to give input on this topic. DM at @comeandtalktoceecee on IG or leave a voice message at the anchor link below. 

Oct 17, 202142:55
Episode 41: How Stress Shows Up and Shows Out

Episode 41: How Stress Shows Up and Shows Out

This episode is part 2 in my Stress Management series. As a certified Stress Management Coach, I offer some insight into the various ways stress shows up in our bodies and physical health.

Oct 09, 202133:21
Episode 40: "The Real GLOW Up Is Internal"

Episode 40: "The Real GLOW Up Is Internal"

My guest this week is Podcast Host,, L - Boogie from Black Women Connecting Communities. She shares her journey through Lymphoma Cancer and the chemo treatment that helped her get her life back. FOLLOW HER @mslboogie_1
Oct 02, 202101:07:06
Episode 39: "Technically Speaking..."

Episode 39: "Technically Speaking..."

My guest this week is Michael Hines, who just recently earned a degree in Computer Science and has secured a position in cyber security. We talk about passwords, data, viruses and all things "tech". Our discussion is definitely geared towards the 40 and over population that may struggle with some of the everyday terminology and notifications that "pop up" form time to time.

Sep 25, 202101:00:55
Episode 38: "Tis The Season... Cuffing Season That Is"

Episode 38: "Tis The Season... Cuffing Season That Is"

My monthly Co-Host DuPree and I discuss "Cuffing Season" and a few other "Autumn Dating" terms like "Ghosting" and "Zombie-ing"
Follow the show @comeandtalktoceecee on IG
Follow Dupree @hulkquotes on IG
Sep 18, 202101:27:52
Episode 37: "Stress Management"

Episode 37: "Stress Management"

In this second episode of Season 3, I introduce a new monthly segment that focuses on Stress Management. In this episode, I identify the 3 most recognized categories of STRESS. Follow the show @comeandtalktoceecee on IG.
Sep 11, 202137:45
Episode 36: "Sometimes You Gotta Lose to Win Again"

Episode 36: "Sometimes You Gotta Lose to Win Again"

For this first episode for Season Three, I sit down with my cousin Sierra to discuss her weight loss journey, her commitment making healthy choices and her bounce back from a recent break up. Her story definitely proves that sometimes you gotta lose to win again!
Follow Sierra at i_am_si on Instagram
Sep 04, 202101:29:56
BONUS EPISODE: "Do We Teach Little Black Girls to Hide Their Womanhood?"

BONUS EPISODE: "Do We Teach Little Black Girls to Hide Their Womanhood?"

This bonus epiode is an excerpt that was not included in my conversation with Da I.Z.Z in Episode 35. You can check out Da I.Z.Z on The 30 Minute Podcast and his educational and entertaining platform The Science of Sex and Sexuality @sxnsxuality
Aug 28, 202115:24
Bonus Episode: "Thoughts On A Clear Summer Night..."

Bonus Episode: "Thoughts On A Clear Summer Night..."

Solo episode... I share my personal, authentic thoughts on the world "opening back up" and the "weird" reactions that I get from some people about the podcast. Follow me @comeandtalktoceecee on IG
Aug 18, 202132:22
Bonus Excerpt: Social Media... Friend or Foe?

Bonus Excerpt: Social Media... Friend or Foe?

This excerpt is from a conversation I had with DuPree. He asked for my thoughts on Social Media. We have a 12 minute discussion about the good and bad aspects. It also serves as an introduction into some of the topics that will be covered in Season 3. The full conversation DuPree and I had is a part of Episode 35 "I Put My Thing Down, Flip It and Reverse It". 

Follow the show on IG @ComeandtalktoCeeCee

Aug 07, 202120:18
Episode 35: "I Put My Thing Down, Flip It and Reverse It"

Episode 35: "I Put My Thing Down, Flip It and Reverse It"

For this last episode of Season 2, I trade places with former guests. I gave them a list of topics and they had the freedom of creativity to present them in any way they desired. During these conversations, we talk about sex, sexism, being and inspiration, true friendship, red flags, "my" relationship conditions and more!
So, I AM THE GUEST for the following hosts...
1st Conversation with Da IZZ: Sexual Outlook, Sexism, Sexual Education on the Podcast- Timestamp @5:10
2nd Conversation with Michelle: Being an Inspiration, True Friendship, Red Flags- Timestamp @37::50
3rd Conversation with DuPree: Love is unconditional but relationships have conditions... we talk about my "conditions"- Timestamp @1:08

Guest Host Info
Da IZZ from Episode 10 and 11 - "The South Got Something to Say"
Follow Da IZZ - "The Sex E Podcaster" @sxnsxuality on IG and Facebook

Michelle from Episode 13 - "Everybody Plays A Different Role In The Revolution"
Follow Michelle @queen_essence3 on IG

DuPree from Episode 2 - "Don't B.S. The Process"
Follow DuPree @hulkquotes on IG
Jul 17, 202101:48:52
Episode 34: CBD... The Chill Factor

Episode 34: CBD... The Chill Factor

This week's guest is Tyler, a young up and coming You Tuber who shares his advocacy for therapy, knowledge of CBD and personal research on Dreams. Of course, we also get into a pretty interesting conversation about social media's effects on mental health. While Tyler is not a clinically trained expert in any of these areas, he has done extensive research in these areas as well as previously worked in a CBD supply shop.

Follow Tyler on IG @cherryboiy_

Catch him on You Tube:  youtu.be/rdB6TMOmrtA    Tyler Cherry


Jul 03, 202101:05:44
Episode 33: "Where All My Line Dancers At, Where All My Line Dancers At?"

Episode 33: "Where All My Line Dancers At, Where All My Line Dancers At?"

Today's guest is known as the "Line Dance King" across the entire country. We know him personally here in Cleveland, Ohio because he leads most of the line dance class and the line dance community. Him and I have a great discussion about his start in line dancing, which dances are his favorite and the line dance that has "worn out it's welcome" with him! This is a very inspirational conversation that is a great example of someone taking their "craft" and "skill" and turning it into business that is beneficial to the community in more ways than one. Line dancing is a great way to exercise, socialize, release stress and bond cultures through activity.
Follow Rob on Facebook at Robert Johnson Jr.
You can also find many of his instructional videos on You Tube by searching "The Line Dance King", Cleveland, Ohio
Jun 26, 202135:54
Episode 32: "Piling Up Bodies: Is It Empowerment or Toxicity?" (Mature Content)

Episode 32: "Piling Up Bodies: Is It Empowerment or Toxicity?" (Mature Content)

My friend Dre, a returning guest from Unapologetic The Podcast, provides a male perspective of Rihanna's hit "Needed Me" as a follow up to episode 31. We dive deep into the empowerment and toxicity of both men and women in the type of situation that is presented in the song. We then discuss "Bodies" by Jazzmine Sullivan which involves an another level of empowerment and toxicity.

Follow "The Come and Talk to Me Podcast" @comeandtalktoceecee on IG 

Follow Dre @UnapologeticthePod

"Bodies" Song Credits:

Written by: Dwane M. Weir III and Jazzmine Sullivan

Produced By: Key Wane

Released January 8, 2021

"Needed Me" Song Credits:

Written by:  Rihanna, Dijon MacFarlane, Nick Audino, Lewis Hughes, Khaled Rohaim, Te Whiti Warbrick, Charles Hinshaw, Brittany Hazard, Derrus Rachel and Adam Feeney

Produced by: DJ Mustard

Released: March 30, 2016

Jun 19, 202101:17:18
Episode 31: Female Toxicity: We "NEEDED" This Conversation (Mature Content)

Episode 31: Female Toxicity: We "NEEDED" This Conversation (Mature Content)

Tyi from Black Women Connecting Communities joins me as we continue to celebrate Black Music Month by "Unpacking The Lyrics" to "Needed Me" by Rihanna. This song was chosen as a follow up to last month's choice "Song Cry" where we highlighted Toxic Masculinity. "Needed Me" is my way to bring balance by presenting song that highlights a little female toxicity. We get into it so deep that it leads us to give an "honorable mention to "Heaux Tales" by Jazzmine Sullivan.

"Needed Me" By Rihanna was released on March 30, 2016 

Written by Dijon MacFarlane, Rihanna, Nick Audino, Lewis Hughes, Khaled Rohaim, Te Whiti Warbick, Adam Feeney, Brittany Hazzard, Charles Hinshaw, Derrus Rachel 

Produced by DJ Mustard

Follow Tyi @tyiflood on IG

Find her on The Black Women Connecting Communities Podcast

Jun 19, 202101:07:10
Episode 30: "Music is Life and Life is Music"

Episode 30: "Music is Life and Life is Music"

My guest this week is one of beloved college deejays from undergrad years. I say beloved because they always brought us (a small population of African American Students at a predominately White University) "home" away from home through music at the parties at Bowling green State University in Ohio. Him and I talk about that and more as we celebrate Black Music Month. We also take the opportunity to introduce his new Podcast "Nzone2020 - WkimRadio" to my audience.

Nzone2020 - WkimRadio is available on Anchor, Spotify and Google Podcasts

You can follow KWal on:

 IG @kwal_aka_faveli

FB @ K Wal NZone

FB @Life, Love and Laughter *The Relationship Years*


Jun 12, 202155:01
Episode 29: Girl Talk... "From Superwomen Syndrome to Refurbished Men"

Episode 29: Girl Talk... "From Superwomen Syndrome to Refurbished Men"

This week I am joined by the host of "Hey Black Girl, Let's Talk Podcast", Demi Hollie. We discuss our journey to podcasting. We also discuss the Superwoman syndrome and the idea of a "refurbished" men. It was authentic "girl talk" that all when I asked Demi my Icebreaker question... "Which Character best represents you from the show Girlfriends?"

Listen to Demi's podcast: "Hey Black Girl, Let's Talk" on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and at www.heyblackgirlletstalk.com

Follow her @heyblackgirlletstalk on IG

May 29, 202101:20:08
Episode 28: Is He The Male Version of Zane?

Episode 28: Is He The Male Version of Zane?

This week I am joined by Robert Mathews, author of "She Was The Man and I Was The Woman". This brief memoir is part one of a compilation Rob has written about a traumatic past relationship. Our conversation is based on 3 quotes from his writing. Just to give you an idea... we wrap up the convo by mentioning the chapter entitled "Mr. 8 Dollars An Hour".
"She Was the Man and I Was the Woman" by Robert Mathews is available on Amazon (Kindle) - $5
You Tube: Cool Rob TV
May 22, 202141:23
Episode 27: Anonymously In and Out of Love

Episode 27: Anonymously In and Out of Love

Recap from Season... Anonymous testimonies from women answering the questions ... "I knew I was in love when..." and "I knew it was over when..."

May 15, 202117:09
Episode 26: "He Had The Audacity!" (Explicit Content)

Episode 26: "He Had The Audacity!" (Explicit Content)

I am joined by Reg and Dre, hosts of "Unapologetic The Podcast" for an unpacking the lyrics episode. This month I chose "Song Cry" by Jay-Z. Because of this heavy male presence, I had to bring my sister Bri for back up and it also helps that she is a Jay-Z historian in her own right. We uncover and discuss how this hip hop classic is both toxic and honest. We reveal how it presents misogyny and reality. But throughout it all we had a great conversation!
Find Reg and Dre @Unapologeticthepod on IG and Facebook
Tune in to Unapologetic The Podcast on You Tube, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts and Spotify
May 08, 202101:32:03
Episode 25: "You Don't Have To See The Whole Staircase, Just Take the First Step"
May 01, 202145:32
Episode 24: Black Women's Health: Be Your Own Best Advocate

Episode 24: Black Women's Health: Be Your Own Best Advocate

I invited Toya Fulbright to share her own personal experience with Uterine Fibroids. We discuss how stress, diet and cultural traditions that add to our health issues. Toya also offers some excellent advice for parent's who are sending their kids off to college for the first time, as she is a Campus Housing Advisor for John Carroll University.
Toya's contact info: @tigerlee6 on IG
Apr 24, 202159:00
Episode 23: "Shots Fired..."
Apr 17, 202155:13
Episode 22: The Evolution Of A "Damaged" Woman

Episode 22: The Evolution Of A "Damaged" Woman

My daughter Karma and her friend Lauren join me for this first "Unpacking The Lyrics" episode of Season 2. Both young ladies will be college graduates next month and were the ideal choices for the "unpacking" of the song "Damage" by the artist H.E.R. The analysis of this song led us to the analysis of "Bag Lady" by Erykah Badu. After breaking down both songs, we conclude that the narrative of both stories represent "The Evolution of A Damaged Woman".
Follow Karma: @karms_11
Follow Lauren: @andimlauren @sis_letstalk @youngblackandbranded
"Damage" by H.E.R - Songwriting Credits - H.E.R., Ant Clemons Released 10/21/2020
"Bag Lady" by Erykah Badu - Songwriting Credits: Erykah Badu and Dr. Dre Released 9/12/2000
Apr 10, 202101:26:15
Episode 21: "Go DJ, That's My DJ"!

Episode 21: "Go DJ, That's My DJ"!

In this first episode of Season Two, my friend, colleague and favorite local DJ, King Lou joins me in a discussion that centers around the "importance" of The DJ at the party. We also get into a deeper conversation about personal "purpose" and Lou's personal triumph after suffering a childhood illness. 

Follow King Lou @thekinglouexperience 

Musical Clip: "December 4" - Jay Z  

Apr 03, 202142:24
All I Need Is ONE Mic...

All I Need Is ONE Mic...

Bonus Episode featuring Me, Myself and I. I get a chance to address some of the topics that I have been wanting to discuss but may have not been able to during the regular season. I will touch on... "You are the only person that you have to spend the rest of your life with, so you better like you", Why don't more women approach men, and other topics that I can talk about all day! LOL! I'm asking all of my listeners to be sure to follow me on Instagram @ceecees_authenticvibe to stay up to date on the episodes, the themes and possibly become part pf the show!

Mar 13, 202156:04
Episode 20: "Don't Stop... Get It, Get It!": Black Women Entrepreneurs

Episode 20: "Don't Stop... Get It, Get It!": Black Women Entrepreneurs

Three awesome, hard-working, determined young women who just happen to be in my family, join me for this final episode of Season One of the podcast. My cousins Kita and Koko along with my Sis-in-Law, Priscilla jumped into entrepreneurship with nothing but passion, drive and most of all FAITH.  In honor of Women's History Month, We discuss some of the experiences of being a Black Woman Entrepreneur and/or Creative during these times. 

Support Their Black Businesses in the Cleveland Area

Contact Priscilla for Soul Food Entrees and Catering:

Katie"s Kitchen & Catering on IG and Facebook

Contact Koko for your Sea Moss Needs:

Melanated Beauty Essentials on Facebook

Contact Kita for Cakes, Desserts and Chocolate Covered Treats:

Kitas_SweetTreats on IG and Facebook



Mar 06, 202143:59
Pop Up Bonus - Testimonies from Black Men: What Keeps Them and What Keeps Them From Making A Woman Their Wife

Pop Up Bonus - Testimonies from Black Men: What Keeps Them and What Keeps Them From Making A Woman Their Wife

This is a special Pop Up Bonus Episode as a follow up to Episode 16: "I Knew I Was In Love When... and I Knew It Was Over When..." where several Black Women gave their personal, anonymous testimonies about falling in love. This bonus content is from Episode 19: "What Keeps Them and What Keeps Them From Making A Woman Their Wife". These are anonymous testimonies from Black Men.

Feb 27, 202112:30