I was about 18 when I first heard the term, “Men are dogs!” I knew then that “a dog” wasn’t something I wanted to be called. So, it prompted me to develop characteristics that women wanted to see in me and attributes that I wanted to see in myself---with the core being love.
I remember subscribing to Essence Magazine to learn and understand what was on the minds of women and what they wanted the men in their lives to be like. I was a hopeless romantic at an early age with an interest in music, literature, history. I was on the path of developing traits in my character that would ultimately prepare me for relationships and make me better---for her.
Such as life, I had endured my fair share of relationships with each experience teaching me new lessons. I have learned my lessons. I have put in the work. I am equipped to help you---Love Her Better.
-S. Bruce "Olamina" Stevenson