Sunday, February 17, 2019

How Do You Go From “I Do” to “I Don’t”?

Wedding vows usually say, “Until death do up part”.  Two people who claim they want to spend the rest of their lives together make those vows.  Yet, a significant number of those couples turn to divorce court to settle irreconcilable differences.  What happens?

If you speak to the ex-husband, he will say it was his ex-wife’s fault.  And the wife will have her story.  Are people simply making poor choices in a spouse?  Or do people lack the skills to have a relationship? 

Join us today for another thought provoking discussion.  We are going to talk about the good the bad and the ugly.  We are going to understand how people destroy great relationships and what you can do to avoid those deadly mistakes. 

Tonight, February 17, from 7:00pm-8:30pm (EST) at Straight Talk with Ted Santos and Blair Nash.

Call to comment or ask questions live at: (323) 642-1387.

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Friday, February 15, 2019

The Path From “Happily Ever After” To “Irreconcilable Differences”

We’ve all seen the images:  a happy Couple, trapped in a euphoria of bliss. Excited for the future. Making plans of multiple children, exotic trips, building a home from the ground up….

Creating a LEGACY.

Even the wedding was

Sunday, February 10, 2019

Why Men Don’t Trust

Has humanity lost sight of the fact men are human beings first?  Are we raising boys to be part of humanity?  Are we giving them the tools to be leaders in their communities or businesses? 

To answer these questions and many more, we will have a very special guest.  Lori Miller is a practicing psychologist who works with men.  For 30 years, she has worked in

Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Have Men Lost Trust in Society?

Has society abandoned men?  Has the term toxic masculinity become toxic for men?  In the US, there are more homeless men than women.  Significantly more men give their lives in the military – over the last 20 years over 6,800 men died and 46 women from enemy fire.  Furthermore, men commit 77% of suicides.  And society does not blink when men die.  What’s just as troubling and has been ignored is that the US is the first