The Date, Girl! Workbook: A Self-discovery Guide for Women Who Are Dating Multiple Men


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Waterhouse Publishing
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8.5 X 0.17 X 11.0 inches | 0.47 pounds
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About the Author

STACII JAE JOHNSON - Author, dating/relationship expert, radio/television personality and women's empowerment advocate is vastly becoming the "go-to" for all things single girl. She is currently a spokesperson and relationship expert for Black People Meet. As a former on-air jock at the country's #1 urban radio station, CBS Radio, WVEE- FM V-103, Stacii Jae is a die hard entrepreneur focused on building a media empire. Prior to her arrival at V-103, Stacii Jae created and hosted Atlanta's #1 girl talk radio show "Black Girls Radio". Originally from Memphis, TN, Ms. Johnson moved to Atlanta to attend the esteemed Spelman College, and then graduated with honors. Stacii Jae exemplifies a career that resembles a chameleon, colorful, bright and true. Stacii Jae travels the country speaking to female attendees at various conferences and expos on topics surrounding entrepreneurship, love and relationships. Her favorite topic of discussion comes from her controversial book, 'Date, Girl' 143 Reasons Why I Believe Women Should Date Multiple Men. The premise of the book questions why single women give their most precious gift- monogamy- to undeserving me. The book is currently available on, Barnes & Noble and Amazon. In addition to being an author, Stacii Jae is one of the star cast of the BET Networks, Centric docu-series that Queen Latifah is Executive Producing called 'From The Bottom Up'. "My goal is to connect, enlighten, and empower single women everywhere to power their lives forward with the Single Girl's Club "Living, Laughing, Learning, Loving Me" mantra. My belief is that a single girl living life to the fullest as a whole individual will manifest all things whole in her life, love, and career."