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Headed for a mental illness or a nervous breakdown? Is real love still possible?

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Could you, or someone you love, be on the path to mental illness or a nervous breakdown? Is real love dead and is it possible to find your soulmate in 2015? Tune in on Sunday, October 18th at 8:30 pm EST to see what our experts have to say.

Struggling with lifelong disordered eating and adolescent addiction, Chris Cole had his first psychotic episode at the age of 18, suddenly believing he was the Second Coming of Christ. He lost his identity and tried to perform miracles and was ultimately arrested in the lobby of his college dormitory?all while convinced he was being taken to his crucifixion. Life Coach & author of The Body of Chris, stops into Let’s Face It Radio to share his journey from mental illness to mental wellness & triumph.

Dating & Life Coach Mr. Locario, the self-proclaimed Bad Boy of the Dating Game, has been featured on Vh1, FUSE, TLC, The Tyra Banks Show and Anderson Cooper. He has also written for Singles Warehouse.co.uk, DatingAdvice.com and the Fort Green New York Times Blog. Over the years, Mr. Locario has helped countless men and women strengthen their relationships, develop confidence in dating, and improve their love lives. His main focus is to give men and women the knowledge, truth and confidence to understand what they want.

Toni Henderson-Mayers, the author of Wise Courtship, brings 25+ years of experience in the area of building business and personal relationships whose message encourages us all to live a life we are “passionate” about. Wise Courtship is dedicated to assisting all on “courting” God’s way. Toni Henderson-Mayers, challenges singles to choose wisely and demonstrates what to look for in a potential mate.

And it wouldn’t be a show without our celebrity guests. Jayne Kennedy Overton the first black woman to be on the cover of Playboy; the first black woman to win Miss Ohio and to be an NBC sportscaster.

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