Category: Beyond Mandingo: Having Super-Duper Relationships

Relationship Expert Julia Sanna Discusses What Every African Immigrant Ought to Know About Relationships (Part Three)

Before listening to this make sure you listen to:

a) Part one

b) Part two of the interview

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Relationship Expert Julia Sanna Discusses What Every African Immigrant Ought to Know About Relationships (Part Two)

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Relationship Expert Julia Sanna Discusses What Every African Immigrant Ought to Know About Relationships (Part One)

If there are two topics the Internet, including the African immigrant web, are obsessed with its relationships and sex. HUGE proportions of this blog’s traffic, controversy, friends and enemies come from relationship and sex-related articles.

With that in mind, I thought I would do the most responsible thing I could. Get someone who is an expert on relationships, especially as pertains to African immigrants and find out what she knows, what her research has uncovered and what practical tips we can take away that we can apply to make our intimate relationships magical.

TheĀ  picture is gorgeous aint it

And so I called upon the years of expertise built by one Julia Sanna

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Would You Move in with Your Partner Before Marriage?

My co-host on SARFM radio (I get tickled silly that I can say that), Pammy, sent me an email asking me to check out a video.

The Topic of the Video: Should You Move in with Him?

It was 3 African women discussing whether or not they should move in with a man while living in the disapora. Check out the Youtube video right here:

What’s Very Cool About the Video?

Is its something that’s relevant to me and that I can relate to: I have many friends and acquaintances who have moved in with their romantic and sexual partners.

Sure its very common for Westerners to do it, actually here in Oz de facto couples have almost equal rights to marriage couples depending on the duration of their union, but very rarely is it discussed by us for us.

So Check Out the Video

Leave some Youtube comments and let them know what you think. If you have anything to add to the topic area, you are free to leave a comment below.

Have an awesome day,

Mwangi

Mwangi and Coach Caroline Discuss Culture Shock and the Psychology of African Immigrants

Let me apologize for constantly interjecting with”Yup!”, “Yes!” and “Mh mh” all the time. The mindset I went into this audio with was that it was a discussion as opposed to an interview and so that’s why I kept making those interjections.

That aside, I think this interview is extremely valuable.

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The Man Who Got Rejected Many Many Many Times But Still Got the Girl of His Dreams

Here’s a Little Something to Inspire You as You Begin Your Week

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Will I Ever Relocate to Africa? To Do What?

I continue answering your questions. Today, it’s all about Kelly. So shall we begin:

kelly asks:

When do you plan to come back to kenya?
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What are Marriages for Papers a.k.a. Paper Marriages?

This blog has been around for 8+ months now and I was actually extremely surprised when I realized that not once did I talk about something so unique yet so present within the African immigrant experience.

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So Here’s What You Do When You are a Terrible Friend

Over the course of my time here in Australia I have lost my fair share of friends. Now granted, I have reconciled with many of them, and am in the process of being disconnected by some others, but still, I feel that perhaps I would best serve you by writing an article on how to keep friends from someone who is currently losing a few.

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A Few Quick Thoughts About Jungle Fever

This blog post is about one of the first articles in the history of this blog, Jungle Fever: The Relationship Between African Men and White Women

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