TTR with Author Katrina Vantassell

Author discusses her new book ‘The Wait’ a story hope, faith and redemption

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RELATIONSHIP 204 EPISODE: Life is Simple.. but We Make It Complicated

 

Why 204 because 101 can be basic and most relationships are complicated!
Host Tanisha Simpkins, John Momplaisir, Schkena Screen, Louis Johnson, Gerald Burkhalter
Show Topic: Life is Simple.. but We Make It Complicated
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RELATIONSHIP 204 EPISODE: Mending a Broken Heart

Why 204 because 101 can be basic and most relationships are complicated!
Host Tanisha Simpkins, John Momplaisir, Schkena Screen, Louis Johnson, Gerald Burkhalter
Show Topic: Mending a broken heart
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Trust is Vital in a Relationship

The best thing you could do for a friend whose heart is hurting is pray With them and the best thing you can do for yourself is pray

One of the most things that breaks or hurts my heart is disappointment. Because I expect others to be honest and open like myself when they fail I’m disappointed. In my eyes finding a solution for something is better than lying and letting the chips fall. Lying and deceit always destroys families and character.

I have a friend who’s going through and her main concern was I didn’t see the signs, why wasn’t a discernment present, where was the voice and the holy spirit of God.

Those in good relationship with God know a lie the moment it’s spoken, what do you do? Do you say, ‘Stop Lying? Or see how it plays out?

I believe she have may have heard or sense something but not at that moment. People give explanation of lies that sound convincing or we dismiss thinking not this person.

Why are we accepting by knowing when a person is lying but not saying anything , they will get upset, so what!

Lying tend to become addictive especially if you have gotten away with a few already. There is a tendency to want to lie every time you find yourself in a situation.

Lying hurts those you care about the most. When you tell a lie, your intention is never to hurt anyone but to instead get yourself out of a situation. However lies do hurt. By telling a loved one a lie, they will feel betrayed by you and it is this feeling of betrayal that can lead to a lack of communication, making them feel broken! Love doesn’t hurt but lies do.

The moment they start lying is it still Love? At least that’s what the other is thinking being spouse, child, friend etc

My prayer this morning was to have a new perspective on discernment.

When the Holy Spirit speaks loudly:  listen and act.

My Greatest Influence

Mother’s Day is approaching and many folks have high anxiety hoping they could cope with their mother or mother figure no longer in their presence.

Sometimes we don’t know how to channel our grief rather it’s been a year to ten years and more but the love is still there. The best thing to do for your loved one or friend who is experiencing this grief is to be there with your presence.

I would love to be able to say Happy Mother’s Day to my grandma, the strongest beautiful and sassy person I knew.  I know of many sacrifices’ she made to keep a smile on my face, many prayers she petition to keep me safe, and there were many times we would just sit and not say a word, being a comforter.

So yesterday I found myself exhausted not from tiresome but of wanting to hug or kiss from this special person, my Grandma Dot

I truly miss her .. and I’m always telling stories to my daughter about her so she could know what type of person she was.  Make Mother’s Day a happy day, there are many more people in our lives to celebrate who are here, that old saying give them their flowers while they’re still here.

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