Welcome to my relationship guidance blog, The Levels of Love! My name is The Stormy Poet. I am the author of two published literary works, “Product of the Storm” and “A Pale Face for a Collar: Testimonials of an Office Rat,” and of my literary and social commentary site, www.TheStormyPoet.com, for 3-and-a-half years. I appreciate you taking the time to stop by.
I created this website to address what I feel is the biggest threat to the success and integrity of romantic relationships between men and women, here in America: OUR SYSTEMATICALLY RACIST AND MISOGYNISTIC CULTURE. It is my sincerest belief that most of the issues and challenges men and women experience regarding romantic relationships stem from generational indoctrinated prejudices and biases towards black people and the degrading and disrespectful way women are treated and viewed in this country.
I must say, off the bat, that I am NOT a licensed counselor of any kind, nor do I play one on TV. I am not a Psychiatry major, either. I’m simply an individual who wants to share the knowledge and insight I’ve learned from my own relationship experiences and from what I’ve learned from experts in the field of relationship guidance and counseling.
In doing so, I hope that I can give women and men the right kind information to help them understand the damage that the culture of misogyny has done to the sanctity of romantic relationships between men and women, to help men and women change this detrimental culture for the better, and to help men and women make better healthy and positive relationship choices. I, also, seek to provide the masses with insight that will help them take a closer look at the motives behind their relationships choices and to make certain that those motives aren’t based on any prejudices or biases, regarding an ethnic group.
Not only will this website discuss romantic relationships, but, also, the dynamics of all the loves in our lives–friendships, kinship, business relationships, and the love we’re supposed to have for our fellow global brothers and sisters. There are, indeed, different levels of love.
What is the level of love you want to experience in your life?