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The Need for True Black Female Friendships

IVERY ARIE

Often times, we, black women, fall in the traps of a society that tries to bring us down. On social media, television and real life, friendships between black women are portrayed as relationships built on competition, jealousy, cat-fights and pettiness. That does not have to be the case. Now, more than ever, we need each others backs and it starts with a soulful friendship that promotes sisterhood even in the toughest times.

Girlfriends-Getaway-2-pic-1Source: blackfilm.com

So, what is a soulful friendship?

By definition, the word soulful means sincere, deep, emotional or expressive. Unlike the “friends” we have on Facebook, a soulful friendship is on a deeper level of understanding, built on honesty and selflessness. Building authentic friendships with each other will involve a mental change in the way we view each other. In today’s society, we are influenced by social media which, unfortunately, is the perception viewers like you and I…

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