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Love Shack Live: Say what you mean to say

Tune to Love Shack Live Thursday, November 5th at 1 p.m. as your hosts Tom and Staci Bartley interview their guest, Jennifer Brown, a communications consultant and trainer.

In the world of relationships, bad communication is often the main thing we blame when things are falling apart. Do statements like, “he just won’t talk,” and “all she does is nag…” sound familiar? The truth is, communication is a factor, but it is far from being the major culprit of destruction we believe it to be in our relationships.

Together, the hosts and guest of Love Shack Live are going to help you better understand the people you love most, and unveil the first thing we all need to do so that you can finally…Say What You Mean To Say! Don’t miss this empowering conversation on communication!

Learn more about Jennifer Brown here.

If the quality of our relationships is directly related to the quality of our lives, have you ever wondered why we are so resistant to learning the skills we need to improve them? Join Tom and Staci Bartley every Thursday at 1 p.m.
Love Shack Live is a fun place to explore fresh perspectives, eavesdrop on juicy conversations, and uncover mysteries that nobody talks about, but absolutely influence our relationships. If you are struggling in your marriage, just starting out in a new relationship, or are single and looking to do better next time, this is the show for you.
Tom and Staci have been teaching and mentoring individuals and couples from around the world for the past decade, on how to experience love for a lifetime. They are passionate about helping people lighten up a bit, so they can dismantle the many myths, lies, and taboos that take them nowhere good. Tom and Staci also believe the time has come to share the practical skills necessary that will empower us ALL to navigate through anything. Anything you ask? Yes, anything!
During the show text in with questions: 601-207-0080

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