I felt was very well written and you did a phenomenal job at explaining who I am as a Queen. You stated “Our society today needs our queens back on their thrown more now than ever.” I was shocked to see that you had a profound understanding of the power that a woman posses not only for her mate but also her children and family.
You also made it clear that the mother and father is needed in a home and you did a very good job explaining why.
You also explained why we should love our natural beauty, which I hope more women would take your words and really apply them to their lives. I myself went through a transition, where I wanted to learn how to love all of me for my natural self. So in my journey of healing, prayer, and finding my purpose I decided I needed to embrace my natural beauty. One way that I decided to do this was making the decision to no longer put extensions in my hair and to embrace the natural texture of my own beautiful hair.
I love The Eagles Courtship section that you write about. I also love the section on the Four Seasons, I have to say after previously being married for almost 10 years to a man that I believed to be my life King, I wish this book was given to me before I said “I do” and before I gave birth to two sons. When you say your vows and make a commitment to someone who doesn’t value you as the women you are, doesn’t value family, and the sacredness of your marriage, like you do by keeping it pure by remaining faithful. You begin to have a better understanding of how important it is to know who you are as a woman and the importance of discernment. The funny thing is I always believed that if I had nothing to give society or if my purpose in life wasn’t to be great then the enemy wouldn’t be working so hard to destroy me.
Anyhow job well done on the first two chapters
I started reading your book and I was so impressed by the thorough research that you did on the different types of women throughout history. I was specifically drawn to the cooking queen chapter because I wanted to see what kind of nuggets I could find within that to support my own views on the topic. I I loved your discussion on high vibrational foods and the down play on fast foods for a woman who wants to nurture and uplift her family. As a woman of Caribbean heritage, I have always noted that as being the model for a woman. I remember how my grandmother would always provide food for not only our family but also for visitors who we brought home with us. There are so many things about her that I want to model. Little did I know, that I would be tested today on the very subject matter I was reading in order to prepare your press release.
This morning, I had a friend’s party to attend out of town. So, I got up early in order to make a quick bite for myself before I got ready to take the road trip. My brother and I share an apartment together but he didn’t tell me that one of his friends would be stopping by before they head out to play basketball. Because I had read your chapter on cooking queen, I felt it was only right that I not only make breakfast for myself but also for the gentleman. Once I offered my brother’s visitor some breakfast, you could see his eyes light up and he said “I’ll take anything you have.”
Of course I had to go out of my way to prepare something that could be nourishing for not just one person but three people. However, after reading your chapter, I felt I had to put what I read into practice.
Kevin, you are on to something. Those guys were so nourished by what I did this morning and it brought us all together in a conversation about men and women.
Well done, King Kevin. Well done!
As I continue to read I will give you my feedback Chapter by Chapter. 7 Type of Queens a King Desire will touch any wise women in such a way that you may never understand. In reading your book, I myself had to self reflect and remind myself the importance of guarding my spiritual being and my heart against the enemies plans.
LAUDERHILL, Fla. – From South Florida to Europe, heartbreak and cheating in relationships are too familiar. Love hurts and many singles are giving up on their quest to find ‘The One,’ preferring what they deem ‘the safety of singlehood.’
But to live without love is tragic. That’s why relationship expert and author King Kevin Dorival presented the “Golden Love & Relationship Panel” as a solution to this epidemic on Saturday, Dec. 9 at the Escape Lounge & Restaurant in Lauderhill.
Panelists included: Tiffani Knowles, professor; Dr. Tasha, family therapist; Mandy Fresh Fredricks, gospel singer; Chris Priestes the Comedian; and Caprio Jackson, a creative director.
According to Dorival, he produced the event after receiving an overwhelming positive response in the United States and London while on tour for his new relationship goals/women empowerment book, “7 Types of Queens That Kings Desire.” He said he hand-picked the panelists for maximum impact.
“This golden occasion was created to rejuvenate and build new relationships by attracting hundreds of singles and couples under one roof. We hope to host this event in several states,” Dorival said.
Dorival said many men and women have complained to him how difficult it is to find a quality companion, but he still believes in good old-fashioned love.
“We need more positive, strong, and healthy marriages in order to save and build trust in our community,” Dorival said.
At the event attendees dressed in gold and red to symbolize love, royalty and successful relationships. Photographs were taken on the red carpet in addition to dancing, speed dating, great food and networking.
According to a 2017 study conducted by WalletHub, Fort Lauderdale is ranked 86th and Miami is ranked 49th out of 182 of the best cities to find true love. More than 45 percent of the U.S. population is unmarried, according to the latest U.S. Census Bureau data.
Dorival wants to help change those numbers and he believes if Saturday was any indication, he’s on the way to doing so.
“We had a(n) awesome time and great turnout!! Yes, they’ll (sic) be a part 2,” Dorival posted on Facebook thanking everyone who attended.
To learn more about Dorival’s work and future relationship panels, visit www.KevinDorival.com.