Friday, March 27, 2009

Relationship Advice from Chariss Walker at

Welcome Chariss Walker to! You can call Dr Char for Relationship Advice, Spiritual & Life advice and guidance now! proudly welcomes aboard esteemed Minister and author Chariss Walker, better known as Dr. Char. Through her life experiences she helps clients with solutions to their problems. She gives insight and advice for relationship issues, love, spirituality, karma and life questions. Her area of expertise comes from a religious and metaphysical center as well as life experience as a Mother and Grandmother.

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Getting your realtionship on track

Where is your relationship going? Left? Right? In circles??? Get your relationship on track.
What do you say when someone asks you 'So how's it going with so-and-so?' If your reply is 'Fantastic! We are planning a lovely vacation and talking about moving in and getting a puppy!' or something of that nature, then I guess you are doing splendid! But for those of you who don't know what tomorrow or next week brings for you and your significant other, then you may be caught up in the 'Relationship Bermuda Triangle'

Let's talk about why you feel your relationship lacks direction and focus on how to create a more stable, reliable relationship with your partner. Grow and nurture a healthy relationship with help from an advisor from Heart 2 Heart Live.

Call an advisor now. Someone is available 24/7 to talk to you live about all of your relationship matters and issues.

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Mature Adult Dating 2: Dating? What's that again? For the non-existent date life or 'Chronically Single Syndrome'

We all know someone with CSS or 'Chronically Single Syndrome.'

Maybe it is you or maybe a friend. Why? Too busy? Too picky? Sometimes being single is great and sometimes it sucks.

Being single and dating is fun ... but what if you are not even dating? Why not? What is holding you back from going out and meeting someone tonight ... right now even? Why do you find it hard to approach a man or woman and start communicating with them? Is it your confidence or self esteem? Is it that you are too picky? Is it that you are too busy? Is it that you don't want to get involved in a serious relationship? Are you unhappy with yourself? So many reasons why we may not date. Finding a date is not difficult. I am telling you the truth! No matter who you are, where you are or what you have on your plate, you can always manage to squeeze in a date. Talk to someone at for dating tips and ideas.

Dating and having a social life are just as important as working for all of you 'I'm too busy to date' types. Don't worry about not getting your work done because of allowing yourself one night a week for some social interaction. I assure you, the benefits you get from that one night out, will help you recharge ... so you will get more work done!

Are you angry that you aren't dating? Wish you were out there more? Let's explore why you are not dating. If the issue is something you need to change within you, we can talk about that... we can help you! If you just need some motivation, ideas or suggestions on where to go what to do or what to say, dress or act like, we can help with that too. Call and talk to a live advisor. We have dating advice for you. The only way you are going to get a date is to go out there and get one! Let us help!! Talk to someone live now and let's get you back in the dating scene

Let's put and end to CSS for you!

Monday, March 23, 2009

Mature Adult Dating: How our past relationships influence our current relationship or lack there of.

The saying is true, 'the older you get the harder it gets' This statement is the case for so many things as you 'grow up'. Lets take dating for example.

Typically as you start off your dating life, you get a boyfriend or girlfriend and are committed to each other and date exclusively. This is what is so special about young romance. Being a 'couple'.... ahhhhh! So sweet and innocent! It is almost part of your identity. You are known as 'Billy's girl' or 'Cindy's guy'. When exactly does the change take place where you go from committed and monogamous to dating and perhaps casual sex?

As you get older you may find yourself in this cycle. Maybe you are happy with this situation - variety is the spice of life! That is nice for the meantime but if you are in the boat sailing to the island of 'I better find someone and settle down or an important part of my life will soon pass me by' ... (don't ask me for exact coordinates of this island, it's sort of like the island in 'Lost', I don't know where it is) ... Then you are in this 'Mature Adult Dating Dilemma'. So many single late 20's and 30-somethings are finding it harder and harder to find happiness. At first it's fun to date and date but as you look around and all your friends are getting married and then having kids, you start to wonder ... 'Um.. why am I still single?' Perhaps you may have had relationships in the past that you compare all of the rest too. Perhaps you have crossed paths with someone who has really hurt you so you can't get serious with someone. Perhaps your ideas of what makes you happy and what you seek in a person are really non existent? Many influences from our past dictate or choices and actions in the present.

Do you want to be happy? Are you tired of being single? Lonely? Do you want to find someone you want to spend your life with? Are you tired of dating the wrong person? Are you searching for something that really isn't reality? Let's talk about why you are caught in the dating pattern you are in. Let's talk about ways to improve your choices and change your perspective so you can make the changes for a more positive dating experience.

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Friday, March 20, 2009

Relationship 101: Pick the time to talk to help avoid yelling and screaming

Arguing really sucks. But sometimes arguments are unavoidable. If you are in a relationship, you will argue plain and simple. But there is a time and place for everything. Get live advice on ideas to help at

Every discussion doesn’t have to end up in an argument. There will be issues and conflicts in your relationship but knowing when to address them and how, plays a major part in getting those problems resolved.

Some tips:

Don’t feed the fire. If you are aggravated over a situation, try to calm down and relax. This is your first step to finding a resolution to the problem. Remember cooler heads prevail.

Know when to discuss an issue. Picking a time and place that will control the situation for you, to some degree, helps. If you meet up at a diner for coffee or place to eat you know the two of you will have to control your tempers. If you are somewhere in public it usually helps to control the situation keeping the conversation rational and allowing the two of you to think things through and speak to each other in a calmer tone.

What you don’t want to do: Don’t plan to talk about an issue during a planned special evening out! If the issue waited as long as it has, it can wait until after your special time out. If you feel the situation is something that can’t wait, and happens to take place around the scheduled time of a major even, like a special evening out, try to hold back so the evening is not ruined with an argument, until you can find the time to discuss the matter. Patience never hurts and time may help reveal more information or a better way of addressing the issue.

Want to know more about how to get through an issue or how to get what you’re saying to be heard? Let’s talk about it.

Let me know your tips and tricks how you manage to get through an sticky situation and meet a amicable resolution. Call me or any of the advisors on Heart 2 Heart Live we can help with your relationship question or help with some tips for your specific issue!

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Is your relationship self destructing? Or are you sabotaging it?

Fighting all the time. Braking up and getting back together. Physical violence, verbal abuse, premeditated acts inducing negative situations in you relationship...Does this sound familiar? Are you sabotaging your relationship? An advisor is standing by ready to talk to you

Sometimes a little drama is good .. let's face it things can get a bit boring but there is a world of difference between some fun banter, verbal sparring and blatant, down right negative behavior. Are you getting into drop down drag out fights all the time? Do you precipitate them? Or perhaps you find yourself involved in one that your partner invokes.

When you argue, you can trace it back to the cause. Is is legitimate? Arguments sometimes are petty and go on because you want to be heard or get your point across or make sure what ever happened to provoke the argument doesn't happen again. But is it more than that? Are you involved in a relationship that you argue over and over again about the same issues or are arguments stemming from of specific behavior that is not condoned in your relationship? Cheating, drug addiction, alcohol addiction, porn addiction, distance, isolation, jealousy, inability to be open, infidelity, fetishes, irrational behaviors, disorders, depression and the list goes on.

Do you want the sabotage to stop? How do you get through to someone who is acting like this? How do you stop it, if it is you doing the sabotaging? Let's talk about it. Wether it is you who is the one doing the sabotaging through negative patterns and behaviors or you find yourself victim in a relationship with someone you love so much but need to stop the madness ... Call a counselor at and discuss how to navigate the situation. Talking helps. You may realize the entire situation is happening because of something completely unrelated to the actual argument ... which is more often the case than not.

Call now and get some answers and suggestions on how to create a loving, caring relationship. Let's figure out what is destroying your relationship and help you to have a happy, healthy, relationship that works!

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Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Talk Therapy. Depressed over your relationship, work or another reason?

Do you feel like you are all alone sometimes? We all do. Are you depressed or down? Just a little ‘blue’ or is there a major thunderstorm of depression overhead? Is the situation you are going though something you can change? Is it your relationship or work that has you in such a rut? We are here to help you navigate your problems. A live person is here at . Talk to one of our advisors right now.

Chances are you just need to talk or vent to release pressure. Usually this helps. Sometimes however, you may need more intensive measures like seeking a professional face to face counselor.

If you are feeling crummy, here are a few self help tips that may assist get you through a crummy time:

Are you getting enough sunlight? It may sound like something so simple, but just go grab some fresh air it will help. We, as living organisms, need sunlight to exist and to maintain a healthy life.

Is the issue that is causing you concern or getting you down something that will pass? Do you see an end to the problem? Try not to stress too much over a situation that you know will come to pass. If what is depressing you, you cannot see an end to, then you should talk to someone. Remember, this is not the end of the world, although it may really, really seem like it… ‘what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger’ .. and today is the day to become Hercules! Tell yourself it ‘will pass’ … To know there is an end to the problem helps.

Occupy yourself. Get busy with a hobby or do something constructive. If you are lonely you may fall into the same pattern which is a cause of sinking deeper and deeper into depression. But if you do something to make yourself feel like you accomplished something, then you are more likely to fight off the depression.

Talk therapy helps pick up the phone and call an advisor from We care and we are concerned. Great relationship, love and advice for life. Licensed counselors as well as ‘real people’ are there and you can speak to someone right now.

Don’t sit and sink into a deeper depression. You deserve to be happy. Speak to someone now who can help!

If you are feeling suicidal, please call the national suicide hotline:
1-800-SUICIDE 1-800-784-2433

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Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Is it time to walk away?

Relationships can be really, really tough sometimes. Your relationship should be a healthy source of happiness and your partner should be one that you draw strength from...not one that breaks you down.

Ok … we don’t live in a perfect world, but shouldn’t you be happy in your relationship? Are you in a loving relationship or is there jealously and betrayal? What makes your relationship tick? Is it that you and your partner both have the same visions and they bring you closer together? Is it that the two of you see things differently, but that brings you together because with different perspectives and open minds you can create something new all together?

Or do you constantly fight and disagree? Do you not see eye to eye on major issues? When do you say: ‘I think it’s time to walk away.’

Abusive relationships don’t always mean physical. We can be wrapped up in a mentally abusive relationship too. Or emotionally abusive … At what point do you say this is worth working on or this is too much to bear? Every relationship regardless if one person loves the other may or may not work because of the mechanics of the relationship.

Let’s talk about why you may be considering calling it quits. Let’s break down key issues and talk about them, you may not have to break up. Call an advisor for live advice any time of the day or night Live advice from the heart. Ask one of our psychics too! Hand selected psychics with proven real psychic ability are available at too.

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Monday, March 16, 2009

What is sexy? Tell me what you think sexy is!

What is SEXY? You tell me! I'd like to hear from you. Let me know what you think sexy is.
Or if you want to know what is sexy, give me a call. Lots of things make up what 'sexy' is. The way you walk, talk, dress, how you carry yourself. Confidence is sexy.
Let's talk about how you can be sexy.
Do you have a secret regarding what makes you sexy? Men, what do you think makes a woman sexy? Ladies, what do you think makes a man sexy? I'd like to know what you think! Call me now and tell me.
If you need sexy advice, I have it!

Happiness, Your Relationship & Perspective

Let talk about Perspective.

What is perspective? According to the online Cambridge Dictionary: Perspective is
a particular way of viewing things that depends on one's experience and personality
Perspective also means the ability to consider things in relation to one another accurately and fairly: With more maturity and experience, you will gradually acquire perspective.If something is in perspective, it is considered as part of a complete situation so that you have an accurate and fair understanding of it: Putting the past in perspective is an enormous task.

When we sometimes seek happiness we sometimes have a skewed version of reality. As you may know by now, I like quoting old adages … Well, they say ‘the grass is not always greener on the other side’ right? Right.

From the outside looking in, it’s your perspective that forms a ‘reality’ around a situation. For example, you are having problems in your relationship. Why? Are you creating issues to cause chaos for yourself? Are you sabotaging your relationship on purpose? Maybe in fact your relationship should be over. Relationships sometimes do end. But is this YOUR case? Or are you secretly wishing things could be better and you are getting into arguments to cause some sort of reaction by ‘stirring up the pot.’ But why?

Do you look at other couples and think others may have the perfect life? Do you think that everyone else who is in a committed relationship is happy all the time? Does this make you angry or make you seek ways to sabotage what you have? This is where perspective comes in.

Step back and ask yourself why did you fall in love with this person in the first place? Have you arrived at a time in your relationship that outside stresses influence the relationship? Is it breaking your relationship down? Did you once feel like you could spend the rest of your life with this person and now you are not sure? Lots of questions … and you need to ask these things to yourself one by one. Only you know. Getting advice helps: Betterworld

But it is up to you if you want to fix what’s broken and move forward or figure out if it’s just not worth it. The key is putting the REAL situation in perspective. Don’t let anyone influence you. It’s up to you once you stand back and take a good hard look at the facts and what you feel is best for your happiness. Visit me at

Sunday, March 15, 2009

Your Relationship To The World Around You: Spirituality

There is something to be said for ‘Spirituality’. Just the word ‘Spiritual’ has a unique meaning to each person. I like to believe that being a ‘Spiritual’ person means to be aware of you and your relationship to the Universe. What does that mean … ? Well I guess it’s sort of like the ‘Golden Rule’ Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. If subscribe to this rule you will consider your actions and the role you play in relation to the rest of the world around you.

We all can’t be good all of the time, but to have some sort of belief in something or someone, helps to give us strength to stick to a life order of sorts. If you believe in yourself, you are halfway there. Spirituality comes from within. It’s not a religion. It’s a strength you draw from your core. You may not be a member of any particular religion, but you know what you do, has specific impacts on the people around you.

You still find yourself to be considerate of others and aware of your actions. This is what I call Spiritual. As well, you may identify yourself to be Christian, Catholic, Jewish, or another religion and still consider yourself Spiritual. It is both.

Spirituality comes from you. You radiate it and can be a ‘beautiful spirit’ just by being the best you can be.

Let’s talk Heart 2 Heart about Spirituality.

Saturday, March 14, 2009

What is True Love? Let's have a Heart 2 Heart Live Talk About It

What is love exactly? Talk about it with someone at

I mean, what is true love? Some may say it is supposed to be unconditional. But we are humans and no matter what, certain situations change that. Like if we were cheated on … Can you still love that person? Did they really love you if they cheated on you to begin with? Are you a better person for standing by them or a fool?

True love is not that complicated. What we ‘think’ is love, is very complicated. Because it is very simple, no matter what you do, you should consider your actions and how it will impact your relationship and the one you love before you do it. That sounds simple right? Wrong. It’s more complicated than that. Like do you really love that person or not? Are you willing to act in your own best interest or for the one you love? If you don’t really truly love someone … sometimes you will hurt them… and may not care.

Now if you truly love someone, unfortunately for us, the evolved human being, it gets complicated. We have desires, compulsions, and issues that get in the way…and that’s the watered down version of reasons why we may do things to hurt the ones we love. Accidental or intentional, sometimes the pain that is caused to the ones we love hurts them bad enough to make them think you don’t love them. This may or may not be true.

So many dynamics as to why someone did something to hurt someone. This doesn’t mean we don’t love them. Are they being loved the way they should? Another good question…

Love is complicated. Relationships are complicated. Pain and suffering should not be incorporated in a relationship but sometimes is for many reasons. I can go on and on but I started this with one purpose and that was to make you think.

In the end, if you can, think about what you do and how it affects the person (people) you love. Anyone you love; your spouse, friend, family, whatever. Ask yourself ‘How would I feel if it were them doing what I am doing?’ If you would be hurt, angry or be affected in a negative way, maybe you should rethink what you were about to do. Is it worth ruining a relationship over doing something foolish? And by the same, think about how you could make someone feel by doing something wonderful.

Make love happen. Make your relationship strong. Live with happiness and joy. Love is a blessing. If you need to talk call someone at

Friday, March 13, 2009

So now that you have decided to get advice ... What do you do?


Congratulations! You have made a wise decision to get advice and from whom you will consult. So now what do you do? Get live advice.

Some things to remember:

First: You must be open and honest. The only way you are going to get advice you can use, is to address the real issues. Put everything aside. Peel back the layers. Do not be embarrassed. Talk about the details and include how you feel in relation to the issue and what the situation is causing for you in your life. How does your issue really affect your life? Be clear and honest. This is the only way someone who is willing to help give you a clear path as to what you need to do to get through your problem.

Second: Do not be defensive. If you are getting advice for anything, don’t be defensive. The key to getting great advice is that the advisor understands the details. He or she may ask a lot of questions so they can draw sound conclusions for you and really help you. State the facts and get into your emotions. When getting advice, it is sometimes a ‘knee jerk’ reaction to defend ourselves. You can state why you did what you did that put you in a situation and ‘defend’ your actions, but don’t be ‘defensive’. If someone is trying to give you advice and you make it hard for them, you may likely push them away where they don’t want to work with you and help you because you will come across as ‘complaining’ instead of seeking their advice to be proactive and to really help yourself. Remember, they want to HELP you.

Third: When getting advice, make sure you have an open mind. Be willing to consider options and suggestions. Remember, you may be in the situation you are in because of your typical patterns and behaviors. Only you can change them. If you are going to let some skeletons out of your closet, you might as well put the advice you receive into motion.

Fourth: When getting advice, sometimes we feel worse before we feel better. Just like the old saying goes ‘the truth hurts’. Well this is it! You have now laid your cards on the table. If you have consulted a person who genuinely cares for your well being and wants to see you recover from a situation, they may give you advice you don’t want to hear. But, again, this is because it is something you may not want to face, but it may be in your best interest to follow.

Fifth: Digest and give advice time. You don’t need to act right away in most cases. Have patience and let the advice settle in. See how you can work it into your situation where it can benefit you.

In the end, you needed help with something. You were brave enough to talk to someone who you can trust and is knowledgeable. Use that information for your benefit. Make sure you are comfortable with what they have told you and you feel you can put the advice into play.

If it doesn’t feel right, don’t act on it. Trust your gut and use your head. After all, you know what’s best for you and what you need to do for yourself to be happy.

TALK NOW to someone who cares.

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Many suggestions for your problem. What is the best solution?


Hi. Betterworld here! When you have a problem, concern or situation and need advice, you can go to a friend, family member, co-worker, bartender or even your beautician! Most likely you will get six different answers to your issue. Which one is right? If you have a personal, knowledgeable, trustworthy source to go to for advice, go to them for help. If you need an outsider’s unbiased opinion as to what you should do, I have a personal site where you can contact me through or contact me on Keen. I can offer live advice. I also feature other advisors from Keen on my site.

Consider these key elements when you seek some answers for your problem or concern:

First: Do you trust the source you are asking? Are you asking someone for help and guidance who really understands your situation or problem? I mean, are they knowledgeable in the area of expertise that you need good, sound advice for? Be sure you are talking to someone who really can help you.

Second: Do they understand your relationship to the problem? In other words, do they see where you are ‘coming from’ with regard to the dynamics of the problem? Make sure they are clear on what you are telling them and your ‘place’ in the problem. For instance if you were complaining about your boyfriend who won’t commit to you, but what you haven’t told them is your ‘boyfriend’ is a married man … well … that ‘little’ piece of information changes the entire direction of where the conversation and advice goes!

Third: Are you considering who you are consulting for advisement? Have you considered what role this conversation plays in the here and now or future with whom you are telling? Remember, information is a powerful thing. Can you trust the person you are talking to, to keep the information confidential? Can you trust the person you are talking to, not to judge you? It gets really complicated when you talk to someone close to you about an issue or problem that may be information that they can use to ‘come back and bite you with’.

Fouth: Do they have your best interest at heart? This point needs no explaining. Go with your gut. For example, I wouldn’t suggest going to your girlfriend’s friend for advice if you just met her two weeks ago. Her advice would most likely come from a place where she is looking out for her friends (and possible her own) best interest NOT your OR she may even try to break you two up!

When you have considered these key dynamics, in the end, you need to ask yourself: Am I comfortable with the options the ‘advisor’ or ‘consultant’ posed to me as sound, reasonable advice that I am willing to use to my advantage?

Make sure when seeking advice you are clear; focus on the facts and what you want to accomplish. A resolution can be found! However, it is up to you to get your point across and the true facts of the matter play a big part in what advice you get and how you can use it to your benefit. Be open. Be honest and DO NOT be embarrassed to address the REAL facts and elements that surround the situation.

When you talk to someone you know, if you think you may not be able to reveal key facts to help you get good, accurate advise, but have now just told someone about your personal thoughts, problems and information … you will end up feeling like you have made a mistake. Don’t speak now and feel insecure later about what you may or may not have told someone about your personal situation.

You can get advice from sources who won’t judge you at who can be contacted through Keen.
Advisors, Psychics and Therapists on call to help you any time of day. I myself am an advisor. I can help you. Just call me or any of the advisors on

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Smile now. You will feel better. Later, talk about it and try to start resolving the issue.

I really get upset when I see people sad. It bothers me. If I could make people feel better and smile, my work would be done! I give advice on through the Keen Ingenio network. I feel good when people feel better at the end of a conversation because when they called they were not in a good place. These people who contact me are taking responsibility for their happiness. Something is bothering them and they know they need to speak to someone about it. I commend these people who seek help and utilize the services of the advisors on Keen.
Everyday we go through our lives with our own issues and problems. We wish for things to get better but sometimes never really hold ourselves accountable for our own unhappiness. We are always complaining about the same issues over and over to the same people. 'My relationship sucks' 'My job sucks' 'I can't get a date' etc.
Each time we mention how unhappy we are it's like you are giving power to that negativity. When you command attention to something it takes the energy - good or bad - for what you have just given it away for and becomes stronger. So if you are giving energy to a negative feeling you will continue to be unhappy. Just like you are 'feeding' the negative energy...
Remember the old saying 'If you don't have anything nice to say then don't say anything at all'? This comment is usually made when we comment negatively about or to someone else. Have you stopped to say to yourself, 'if you have nothing to say don't say anything?' Probably not. You should.
When we have a problem or issue try to resolve it. Don't give all your attention to a negative emotion or toxic situation. Take time out and deal with it. Talk to someone. But throughout your concentrate on positive things.
How do you envision your life? Do you want to be happy? Do you want to feel bliss and joy? How will this be achieved if you carry your burden of problems with you all around and give them attention all the time?
Remember the other old saying... 'Misery loves company?' This is true when someone is miserable and wants to make you equally as unhappy as they are. Do you want to make others miserable or do you want to be happy? You make a choice every time you smile.
Just smile and hold your head high. Work on where you want to be ... what path or course you want your life to take. You have the power... you give attention to the positive or negative issues in your life. It's your choice. But there is a time and place for everything.
Like an actor; we see what act they put on. Well, if you have a situation you are going through, and you call attention to it all the time and that's all that will ever be seen.
Pick and choose when you want to give attention to a problem. When you decide you need to talk to someone, get into it. Address it and get to the root of the problem. Open up be honest so you can plan your course to resolve it. Otherwise, if you are not truly going to change or fix the actions you take, you will keep repeating your current situation over and over.
So, stop and smile. When you want to complain about your problems, stop and ask yourself 'will this fix my problem?' If it won't, then it is not the time to give that negative energy any attention until you are ready to tackle it head on and do something about it.
And in case you didn't know, when you smile and someone smiles back, you WILL start to feel better. It is like medicine. Smiles do help to cure you. So if you were about to feel 'blue' smile and the person who smiles back at you has just started to help you by giving attention to positive energy! This will help you to cope and get through your problem until you are able to address it and take steps to fix it, cope or heal.
You can call me or someone else on We are here to help.

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Good advice isn't hard to find ...If you look in the right place!

For a long time I have been giving advice to my friends, family and co-workers. The problem with that is you never really know what the whole story is and if what you are telling them is in their best interest since they may have left out a 'few minor details.'

I am new to and wanted to say that my experience there helping people to get through an issue they may find 'embarassing' to speak about face to face with someone or being called by someone who seeks an unbiased opinion has been so fulfilling. In fact it has inspired my to create a new site which will hopefully get more people to utilize the great avice service here on Keen!

I enjoy helping people who are going through a situation that they may otherwise find very hard to talk about. Either to someone who is close to them because they may not get a true answer or they may not have anyone around they trust to give them 'Good Advice'.

In fact, good advice is hard to find. Especially when it comes to love, dating, relationships, sex and family matters. Sometimes you don't have anyone to talk to, and plain and simple, don't want anyone you know to know your business! This is such a great way to have an adult conversation with a caring person who has your best interest at heart.

So, in closing to wrap up my first entry on my new blog, here on Keen ... It's nice to have a place to go where there are people who you can talk to: expert, advisor or psychic that can help you through a one time situation or be there for you if you just need to talk, vent or get your spirits lifted a little.

I'm here and my advice comes from my heart. My mission and purpose is to help people find happiness. Through this, one by one, the world becomes a better place. Spread love and joy.

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