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Dr. OBARI Adeye CARTMAN, Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”

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May 11, 2016 by The ReadyWriter


Dr._Obari_Cartman.jpg.2Relationships are a necessary means in our lives, good bad or indifferent, we are constantly striving to make them better. All in all, the bottom line is, a good relationship need:

  • respect
  • honesty
  • trust
  • love
  • companionship
  • mutual emotional support
  • intimate expression
  • economic security

Tune in tonight at 6:30 p.m. EST on “Conversations Of A Sistah” via Blog Talk Radio for special guest, Dr. OBARI Adeye CARTMAN, author of “Lady’s Man“, an African-centered book on consciousness and western psychology knowledge to help men become a true lady’s man.

The “conversation link” in this post makes it possible to access the show.

Don’t be square, meet me on the air!

 

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62 thoughts on “Dr. OBARI Adeye CARTMAN, Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”

  1. Anthony says:

    a male guest. FINALLY!

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  2. Adam says:

    Thanks Trace good lookin out. But his book title? is he a playa?

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  3. BBallen says:

    Trace whaddup?????? what u and dude gon talk about 2nite?

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  4. Olivijah says:

    Well right now that pic up top is not exactly qualifying him to be a “Lady’s Man” so I’m gonna take a stab at this in saying: It’s a trick title, we gotta tune in tonight and see how Ms. Bell is going to pop the hood 🙂

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  5. Henrietta says:

    I always tune in. 🙂 but dude is a cutie patootie!!

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  6. Civil says:

    All in all, the bottom line is, a good relationship need:
    •respect
    •honesty
    •trust
    •love
    •companionship
    •mutual emotional support
    •intimate expression
    •economic security
    *******************
    SO RELIVED TO SEE THAT ‘TRUST’ MADE THE LIST. SHOULD A BEEN #1

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    • Neesey says:

      SO RELIVED TO SEE THAT ‘TRUST’ MADE THE LIST. SHOULD A BEEN #1
      ——
      True! However they are all equally important Civil

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  7. CorporateBitch says:

    I just LUV these relationship conversations. 🙂 Tra must be in one 😛

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  8. Miss Ang says:

    Well the post is pretty broad, don’t know which way this gonna go but I’ll be tuned in.

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  9. Mrs. says:

    Sounds like it’s going to be a GOOD TOPIC! Tuning in. Can’t wait.

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  10. BrownGurl says:

    He’s cute. Mm

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  11. Adriane says:

    Tracy should wait and POST AFTER the show. JMO

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  12. Tamala says:

    Lady’s man? Interesting.

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  13. Ashanti says:

    should be good.
    thanks for the man talk ms. bell

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  14. BigBelly says:

    Trace Whatz up?

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  15. BigBelly says:

    she going live

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  16. FloGurl says:

    Great guest. Like how he reminded us that our nice houses, degrees and product of success (i.e., houses nice cars) does not make us exempt from racial disparities, profiling and discriminations. He was on point with that.

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  17. Sane says:

    His voice was real smooth. he was talking some realistic shit too.

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  18. Shawnia says:

    He gave good conversation. He also said his book was short. I’m just wondering if he’ll have more books to come.

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  19. 2Thick4you says:

    I was str8 trippin off his name. sounds African.

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  20. Bird says:

    Just caught the rewind. good show.

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    • Shawnia says:

      That’s the good thing about the playback. You can neva miss a show. You just won’t hear it live is all.

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  21. Neesey says:

    i think when you have the knowledge of African history and studies, your perspectives are different on so many levels and listening to him, proves that point.

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  22. Keisha says:

    Something was up in the studio Trace seemed a bit pre-occupied plus the intro was longer than usual. Other than that, the good ole African Doctor gave us good convo/info wit his fyne self. he’s def sexy.

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  23. Omar says:

    men belong to the women bottom line. he use to be playa. he USE to be.

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  24. Felicia says:

    The best was when Tra asked him “what was a man’s responsibility to his woman?”

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