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Real Talk The Movement

Real Talk The Movement


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Los Angeles' Event Producer LaTonya Washington, along with the "Philosopher" Tshombe Tshanti, Co-Host Real Talk the Movement Nationwide! It also is well encapsulated by Consultant and Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Monica. Be a part of our chat room and "chat it up" on the subject matter with Juacclyn Nikol and Chrystal Flanders; it goes a good way! Real Talk the Movement is all about relationships between the genders and how we relate to one another. Real Talk the Movement Los Angeles started in February 2010 at the Tanzore in Beverly Hills after an interesting conversation between LaTonya and a gentleman at the Baldwin Hills Mall who said "African-American women are too difficult and simply don't understand us as African-American men." So instead of me twisting my neck and twirling my finger, I felt a need for us to come together and discuss how we can dismiss the myths, get along and communicate more effectively with one another. It has been going strong ever since. We know relationships can be difficult but with the right perspective, communication and openess, they can work and work well! It makes for a strong community! Join us Tuesday Nights, 7:30 PM PST for interesting conversation, objective interaction and on point solutions to what ails you! Visit us for more details at Real Talk the Movement appreciates the support of its listeners. If you're looking to promote your business, book or product, consider being a sponsor of Real Talk the Movement. Inbox us at *Intro music copyright by Dr. Charsie Sawyer *duplication subject to penalty

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Is social media allowing us to develop meaningful relationships that we may never have done before or has it allowed us to "hide" behind the screen and play make believe? Do we now feel compelled to share all the business when we let... more

Say you had a high school sweetheart, you married, lived a happy life and then suddenly they were strickened with an illness. How about meeting a wonderful person who stole your heart but they were cripple. Would you go into a... more

One thing we need to understand about dealing with pain, is that crying may acknowledge that it's there, it may even help to release it, but it doesn't get rid of it. When do we honestly look at a person or persons who have caused us... more

Many successful women are having a hard time finding a mate..they say. That has been one of the biggest topics of this year. I think I've seen it in almost every article this year and in the past year. Are men now wondering, "what can I give... more

The person caught in addictive behavior goes through life trying to feel good but never making it. They are looking for a fix whether it is through drugs or love and underneath they want a connection to fill a void. Underneath the love addictions... more

You remember the song by Teddy Pendergrass, "It's so good loving somebody when somebody loves you back." So, what do you do when that other person doesn't love you back; does your love for them change? But then is it possible... more

Because we live in a society that gives us a view of perfection, anything that doesn't match that view we reject. So, are our youth being taught the true meaning of love at the core? That the true essence of love is the intangible... more

All relationships have the same basic components: People, needs and expectations. Though we try to keep the needs and expectations in their proper order, we get so caught up in those two that the essence of the relationship... more

Is your quest to find your significant other driven by a need for love, companionship or to simply achieve a goal at the expense of other people that you encounter along the way...or as I call it..."collateral damage." Why do we... more

A many people want what they can't have, we've heard this statement often. It describes the underlying human characteristic of an increased desire of things that are either forbidden or cannot be attained. I had the chance to watch the... more
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