Essence bloggers and the creators of BlackandMarriedWithKids.com Lamar and Ronnie Tyler present the greatest love stories ever told with YOU SAVED ME, the follow up film to their best selling debut Happily Ever After: A Positive Image of Black Marriage.
I'm really excited about this giveway, because THIS is a wondeful film that every black woman in our community should see and support! Lamar and Ronnie are so wonderful for giving away 2 copies of the DVD YOU SAVED ME!
To enter simply leave a comment to this post with your opinion of this film's concept and/or trailer. What do you think about 'You Saved ME'?
I will randomly select the winners by the end of next week and send you an email if you won! Please promptly respond to my emails winners. If I don't get a response within 24 hours, I will pick another person, so I can promptly ship you out your prize!
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With African American marriage numbers at an all time low and African American divorce numbers at an all time high the hopes of positive, lasting, relationships look bleak until now. Executive Producers Lamar and Ronnie Tyler bring real married couples to the screen to chronicle the greatest love stories ever told. These real couples explain how their marriages had a direct impact on their lives. Featuring candid and transparent looks inside of the hardships, trials, and ultimate success stories of these amazing couples. YOU SAVED ME offers an unprecedented look inside of real relationships and what is required to sustain them.
Personally I was thrilled to see a movie highlight and reflect the beauty of marriage within African American communities. Being married for ten years plus I am at a crossroads debating about my role as wife. This DVD and focus on other couples who are imperfect yet complete for one another makes me motivated to look outside my own world for examples, guidance and support. Thanks again for creating a visual to connect with the heartstrings of real relationships and real love among couples.
Wow thanks guys for reviving hope in black marriage. I was a little shaky on the hoping in marriage; I haven't had one yet so thanks for letting us know that yes Good Black Marriages do exist. Keep Hope Alive. Can't wait to see the movie looking forward to seeing some new role models. Angela
What a great trailer! I can't wait to see the movie. . . Please enter me in your contest!
Being able to effectively communicate is what's lacking in most relationships so thanks to Tyler New Media for having the insight to create such an inspiring movie showing couples openly communicating and expressing their love, feelings and commitment to one another. This movie is a definite must see and an inspiration for all.
When I saw thew trailer, tears start coming down my eyes. I am recently separated from my spouse and have custody of my children. I loved being together with my spouse,but we just couldn't work it out even with counseling,but to see that Black Americans can go through just like me and work it out is humbling...this is a dvd that I would love to see. My relationship was abusive verbal and physical, but perhaps You Saved Me will make a difference in my life. God only knows. Thank you!
I think that this movie is great. I think it will finally show people that there are black marriages that do work, are healthy and the couples truly love each other. We need more movies that show this side of marriage.