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Healthy Dating w/ Charreah Jackson, Lifestyle & Relationship Editor for Essence

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Charreah is an international life, relationship and career coach and serves as the Lifestyle & Relationships Editor at ESSENCE magazine, where she creates engaging features and hosts lively discussions for the brand’s audience of 13 million.

The savvy communicator speaks nationally on women’s empowerment, success and healthy relationships including the 2015 iDate Conference, the American Society of Authors and Journalists, and the Omega Institute’s Women and Power Conference headlined by Gloria Steinem. She provides workshops, corporate seminars and one-on-one coaching and is a featured love expert on VH1, WEtv, Headline News, ABC News and the Huffington Post.

Charreah’s Get Ready for Your Next Relationship Tips:

Make Room for Love

Before beginning a new relationship, you have to clean shop of your heart and home. Before you can invite someone new into your space, you have to clear out the ghosts of relationship pasts. Does the mention of your ex still cause your eyes to become slits? Still regularly checking the Facebook page of the cutie that could have been? Those are signs of relationship residue that can taint new love, if not cleared.


Uncover Your Relationship Habits

Like our physical behavior, our dating DNA is part nature and part nurture. There is a reason all the dating reality shows bring on the parents of the contestants. They provide a peek into how you can be in relationships. Also think back on past relationships to discover patterns. Ask close friends to share their obsservations to find your blind spots.


Tune in on 3/29, 12PM EST for more of Charreah Jackson's dating tips on 30 Day Reset podcast.


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