How to handle a workplace crush?
How do you handle a co-worker who comes up behind you and whispers in your ear? Listen as we talk candid about workplace crushes, dangers, and tips on what to do in this situation.
September 14, 2021
Pep interviews Kish on her latest relationship book “Unconditional Love”. Listen in as they discuss what it is, what is means and how to tell conditional vs. unconditional love. Order on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other online retail bookstores. 30 minute book read $9.25 plus tax and shipping
February 3, 2021
Men Say vs Women Say
What do men and women need to know about each other. Our responses are predictable. Listen as Pep & Kish discuss understanding your partner’s likes, bridging the gender gap, and 25 ways to romance your lady and man.
November 10, 2020
How To Tell if Your Loved One is a Narcissist?
Is your loved one an exhibitionist narcissist? It’s more common than we think to encounter people who suffer from a narcissist personality disorder. Watch for these key signs...
August 21, 2020
Are the Judge ‘N the Jury?
Do you find yourself often judging others and criticizing them? Are you also critical of yourself? You may have formed a habit of judgmental thinking that you didn’t realize you had. As read in Matthew 7: 1-6, we are instructed, as Christians, to not judge for we too will be judged in the same way in which you measure the judgment of others. Each of us in some way or another have judged someone else by their character, behavior, and/or acts. Whether wrongly, unjust, or justified, God is the true and final judger of our faith. We must not take to judging others in such a way that contradicts our Christian faith and Christ-like character. None of us are perfect, have no faults or no sin. We are often so busy looking at others' wrongdoings, looking at the speck in their eye but often forget about our own misdeeds.
August 19, 2020
Falling In Love
How to handle falling in love with new relationships.
February 10, 2020
To Forgive or not to Forgive?
Podcast based on an article by Jeaiza Quinones from http://www.guylmeetsworld.com. Blog article asserts that we should stop allowing people to keep apologizing with unchanged actions and behaviors. Let’s weigh in!
September 28, 2019