It’s that time of year; time to celebrate family, love and life. However, not everyone is in a celebrating mood. In fact this time of year can be reminders of things and people lost. Also, it’s can be a real downer for some singles but lets find new ways to bring some light into our lives. Let’s talk about it!
This weeks Crushin’ On You song is Hello by Lionel Richie. Lets talk about it…. Also, don’t forget to follow the show on all social media outlets. Visit www.workingonamasterplan.com for direct links.
Forgiveness isn’t letting someone off the hook for hurt that person caused; it’s simply taking your power back. As long as you harbor ill feelings it is difficult to move into a peaceful space. You can’t move on to someone new while holding on to pieces of someone from the past. Let’s talk about it…
(re-upload) Todays Crushin’ on you song is “Do You Feel Me” song by Anthony Hamilton. Let’s talk about how we can use it’s message on our dating journey.
On this show it is stressed that having a foundation of self love is crucial before searching for a love in a romantic relationship. So many of us are convoluted with toxicity but continue to wonder why love keeps evading us. On this episode we discuss how to get rid of toxic behavior, building self-awareness and finding inner peace. All of this is necessary in learning to be happily single while being open to love. Lets talk about it!
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This weeks Crushin On You song is ‘All I Do Is Think of You’ covered by Troop in 1989. Lets break it down and talk about it! Don’t forget to follow the show on social media visit www.workingonamasterplan.com for links!
Let’s put a twist on how we speak about dating. Every Wednesday we are going to break down an old school R&B song to see how we can use its message on our own dating journey. This week we are discussing Come and Talk to Me by Jodeci. Be sure to follow the show on social media for exciting updates.
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The National Domestic Violence Hotline# 1-800-799-7233 TTY 1-800-787-3224.
Domestic violence does not discriminate. There is no one look to recognize domestic violence, it comes in many forms; the most common being physical, emotional, sexual and financial abuse. While dating a person that has a history of being violent, the signs will be there. They can try to hide them but not for very long. What are the signs? Lets talk about it….