O.K., so we’re a little tickled and very grateful to Dr. Boyce Watkins for featuring us on AOL Black Voices and lifting up the work that we do. It is truly an honor to be publicly recognized for contributing substance and sustenance to our community nationwide that is starving for answers and examples on how to move through “sticky” relationship stuff. The work we do with singles and couples is real. It’s pretty. It’s ugly. It’s exciting. It’s tiring. As a community we got issues, for sure. But, wherever there is hope there can be healing.
Helping folks with their relationships definitely has it’s advantages. It brings a smile to our faces everytime someone says thank you for the positive deposit we’ve made into the life of their relationship. We recognize and fully appreciate the fact that the work that we do is bigger than us, it’s really about bringing healing and awareness to our family and in our community.
At the same time we wouldn’t be keeping it real if we weren’t truthful about how taxing this work can be. Running a business, taking care of our family, making sure we continue to strengthen our own relationship, and trying to be as accessible as possible to folks can take its’ toll at times. Juggling it all is not easy….but it is necessary and we wouldn’t have it any other way.
We just wanna give a big ol’ shout out and thanks to the Creator and all of you for giving us the privilege of sharing what we’ve learned and continue to learn. It is with a spirit of immense gratitude that we continue pressing forward and encourage you to do the same. We frequently emphasize that relationships are the most important thing in the world. As we continue to work on ours we challenge you to do the same. Each One. Teach One. Stop Playing. Start Pushing. 😉 To read the article where we are featured click below.