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Financial Friday: How Giving Actually Increases Our Own Lives

Filed in Financial Friday, Relationships by on November 8, 2013 0 Comments
Financial Friday:  How Giving Actually Increases Our Own Lives

The Power of Giving Of all of the characteristics of our financial lives, I believe giving to others is the most underrated, most overlooked and most gratifying component of our financial lives. When we give to other people it does something to us physically, emotionally and often spiritually. When people give from the heart, they […]

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Jay’s Blog

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Jay’s Blog

Successful relationships happen because people make them happen. Jay’s blog is full of relationship strategies for building and maintaining a successful relationship. You’ll find insight into handling finances, navigating a break-up, blending a family, cultivating healthy habits and much more. SUBSCRIBE to Jay’s blog so you don’t miss a thing!

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Financial Friday: Being on the Same Page

Filed in Financial Friday, Relationships by on October 18, 2013 0 Comments
Financial Friday:  Being on the Same Page

Financial Friday: Are You And Your Mate On The Same Page Financially? I’m going to begin to drill down into specific topics that are intricate parts of relationships. Those topics include health and well-being, finances, children and spirituality. We’re going to bring in guest bloggers and share more wisdom and insight into these subjects. Expect […]

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Relationship Builders: When to Let Go

Filed in Relationships by on October 11, 2013 0 Comments
Relationship Builders:  When to Let Go

When Is It Time To Let Go? As a Relationship Coach, this is one of the topics which are not a lot of fun, but sometimes necessary. The harsh reality is that letting go of a relationship that no longer works is just as important as fighting for a relationship that is worth fighting for. […]

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Looking Within

Filed in Relationships by on September 13, 2013 0 Comments
Looking Within

Every relationship has a foundation The foundation of the relationship starts with two individuals who choose to be together. I have heard women say something to the effect of, “If I just had a man, everything would be okay” or “I would feel complete.” I have to say, it’s difficult to believe that women in […]

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Help! My Relationship has Issues!

Filed in Relationships by on September 4, 2013 0 Comments
Help! My Relationship has Issues!

For this month, we are going to a bit of a different format. We are going to start a series of blogs for the month. The theme this month is Relationship Building. The first topic I want to address is relationship issues. The term, ‘issues,’ in the context of relationships is a colloquialism for challenges […]

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Relationship Success: Protect and Serve

Filed in Relationships by on August 14, 2013 0 Comments
Relationship Success: Protect and Serve

To have relationship success, you must protect and serve There are many times I have seen relationships where the woman felt like she didn’t feel secure. I think there is an instinct in many women to want to feel secure, not only in the context of the relationship, but to feel secure in their livelihood […]

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Creating True Intimacy

Filed in Relationships by on August 8, 2013 0 Comments
Creating True Intimacy

Imagine what it would be like … What if we were open with our spouses all of the time? We’re individuals, so there are going to be private moments, but what if you truly shared yourself with someone? You’re thoughts, your desires, your past, your imperfections, maybe your spirituality? I think it’s probably not necessary […]

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Powerful Words

Filed in Relationships by on July 24, 2013 0 Comments
Powerful Words

One of the things I have learned as a writer is the power of words Words highlight emotion. Words paint a picture. Words take on the character of the writer or speaker. If you have read a novel by Terry McMillan or a book about self-improvement by Tony Robbins or T.D. Jakes, you could often […]

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Trayvon Martin: Progress Toward a Better Tomorrow

Filed in Relationships by on July 16, 2013 0 Comments
Trayvon Martin: Progress Toward a Better Tomorrow

Trayvon … What Do We Do Now? I had planned on writing about something totally different today. But over the weekend, a lot transpired in the Martin/Zimmerman case. Normally, I wouldn’t consider writing about news stories. I’m a relationship specialist. But I’m stirred to write about this because it’s exactly the type of thing we […]

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Attraction: The First Law of a Relationship

Filed in Relationships by on July 10, 2013 3 Comments
Attraction: The First Law of a Relationship

at·trac·tion /əˈtrakSHən/ noun 1. A person or thing that draws, allures or entices. 2. A characteristic or quality that provides pleasure. These are definitions of attraction. Some people call attraction, “swagger.” You may hear someone say, “He has a magnetic personality.” That’s another way of describing attraction. Lots of things play a part in today’s […]

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Living the single, Single, SINGLE Life!

Filed in Relationships by on July 3, 2013 0 Comments
Living the single, Single, SINGLE Life!

Let’s talk about living single As a relationship strategist, I want to touch on something you won’t hear many relationship experts discuss. Let’s talk about being single. In many of my articles, I talk about self-improvement and self-evaluation which creates “a better you” that builds “a better relationship.” My direction here is quite simple: Enjoy […]

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Designing your Relationship

Filed in Relationships by on June 26, 2013 0 Comments
Designing your Relationship

Begin preparing today for your future relationship For several years now, we have heard in society, (especially within our culture) that good men are hard to find. Statistically, the ratio of black men who are either incarcerated or unemployed is definitely higher than some of our counterparts. Some findings are that 1 in 3 black […]

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