Posts tagged "authenticity"
Valentine’s Day is typically thought of as an occasion for exchanging flowers, cards, candy and or chocolates. For some it is a night spent enjoying romantic dinners, all in order to capture the hearts of one’s intended. For others it’s just another day so why make a big deal about it. What I’ve learned as... Read more »
I’ve made probably a million choices in 2015. Some were epic failures and then some of the choices were just wrong. They were wrong for me, and ultimately who I thought that I was supposed to be, told I would be and chose to be. Somewhere in between failing, falling down and getting back I... Read more »
EVERYONE Wants to BE Loved but not everyone knows how to give Love, is Love & quite a few struggle with receiving Love. The funny thing about LOVE is that it doesn’t have to be perfect it just needs to have a willingness of Consistency, Care & Commitment. The rest are in the details of... Read more »
I had the awesome pleasure of having afternoon Sushi and Tea with the beautiful Goapele last week. (Pronounced gwa-puh-LAY) Yes Goapele the singer and songwriter from the Bay Area. It was great sitting down with her and getting to know more about her, her journey and her music. Her new cd “Strong as Glass” has... Read more »
As a Relationship Educator I am blessed to encounter many amazing conversations about love, life and the pursuit of happiness. Today I am honored to share one man’s (Maybe many men) perspective on his love lessons learned, extraordinary and extraordinary loss. “Unless it is mad, passionate, extraordinary love, it’s a waste of time. There are... Read more »
Relationships are hard. Building healthy relationships is some of the hardest work that you will ever do! As a Relationship Educator who has seen and experienced a little bit of everything I’m here to tell you that it’s worth it! We’ve seen longevity in relationships, people making it work and love blossoming in a world... Read more »
An interesting thing happened to me last week. I had the honor and the privilege of speaking to the award winning Director and Actor Bill Duke and the Chicago based husband and wife power couple behind Red Dove Media, Warner DeShaun and Cherise Ragland. I’m always interested in an opportunity discuss relationships and promoting the... Read more »
WE always hear about all of the negative things that go on in relationships and marriages. As a relationship educator I’m always trying to point out the positives of being in healthy relationships. Yesterday we took to Making Love Better TwoGether’s facebook page to ask couples an “Intimate Discussion” question of the day… “What are... Read more »
Yes I’m one of those women! I’ve had my heart trampled on by men. I’ve been hurt, borderline bitter and I’ve been angry. I’ve been strong more times than I’ve been weak, but only because I’ve had to be, not because I want or wanted to. I’ve been at this love thing for quite a... Read more »
After a little rain the Chicago skyline opened for beautiful night, just in time for the Steppers to board the Spirit of Chicago’s “Stepper’s Groove Cruise” at Navy Pier hosted by V-103 and Rémy V for a 3-hour cruise on Lake Michigan. Hosted by V103’s very own Consuella “Connie” Williams and Casper. During this smooth... Read more »
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