|Veronica has gained a new voice that spurs her on to fight for her liberation and self realization. This voice has given her the valour, profound strength, and prowess to balance her life in order to make her marriage work whilst achieving peace and tranquillity. She has learnt a new truth. What she felt before and what she feels afterwards may never be revealed to the world, because it is not meant to be revealed. She smiles, she scorns, but her true emotions and feelings will always remain protected, locked and hidden within. For that is the black woman’s emotional truth, she most often never allows it show. The Black Woman’s Emotional Truth reveals the sub urban emotions of three Nigerian women faced with different circumstances but all united in the struggle of self realization.