I grew up in a family that was Black and proud. I'm not saying we sported dashikis and Afros, but we definitely always embraced our heritage and touted all things brown and beautiful. My Blackness was celebrated -- and so was the Black family. With that as my back story, it's natural that the man of my dreams, you know, my Prince Charming, Mr. Perfect, "The One," has always looked more Tyrese Gibson than Brad Pitt... Here's what you had to say: Cynical commented: "Embrace the freedom of being single. Marriage ain't all its cracked up to be." NLB wrote: "There is nothing wrong with broadening your horizons. Stay open to all the possibilities!"