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Must-See: New Documentary On Why Good Black Men Choose to Be Single

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Relationship expert Dr. Dwayne Buckingham is gearing up for the release of his third documentary film <i>Qualified, Yet Single: Why Good Men Remain Single.</i> The author of <i>Unconditional Love: What Every Woman and Man Desires in a Relationship</i> and <i>Can Black Women Achieve Marital Satisfaction?</i> is known for sparking healthy debates between the genders. This time, he has produced a candid film that takes a closer look at the lives of single men and explores the burning question on all women's minds: Why do men choose to be single? He meets with a diverse group of 15 men who talk openly about their emotional and personal decisions remain bachelors.

"[This film] encourages single men to think deeply about their lifestyles," Dr. Buckingham says about his latest project. "[It] motivates single women to look beyond a man’s surface in order to recognize that qualifications do not make a man qualified to be in a relationship." Ladies, are you buying this? Let the debate begin!

The film features special appearances from former Ricky Smiley Morning Show Host Darius Bradford, BET Comedian Arvin Mitchell and Dr. Dwayne L. Buckingham.