More and more, I hear of people in relationships and/or a marriage that they really are not happy in or just getting by. They say they stay because they've become familiar with the partner but the option of cheating has crossed their mind...that's their Real Talk. And when the arguments hit, they hit hard! The thought of breaking up brings sadness, however, the honeymoon has definitely left the building. Both parties are good people, have great characteristics but truth be told, they get that with their best friends. They miss one another when away, but there are days they are glad to be away from one another.
There is no doubt that they love one another, but is it enough, is it love, infatuation? Is the comfortability a good thing or is it a mask? We hear that love is a selfless act but how does one know when they are simply with someone out of familiarity or deeply in love? Does it matter? Let's talk about it!
Join us with Special Guest Relationship Strategist, Denyce Gartrell, Author, Strategist, Coach, and let's make sure we're not simply doing a thing for the sake of "doing a thing." Love isn't always comfortable...hmmmmm or should it be..
Your Host/Founder, LaTonya Washington; Co-Host Tshombe Tshanti; Chat Room Moderator Juacclyn Nikol, "Docs on Hand" Dr. Monica, Clinical Psychologist/Professor and Dr. Ryeal RelationshipCoach Simms