Mind Your Business…Just Accept The Cheating

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Should people accept being cheated on? If we find out our mate/spouse has or is currently cheating on us, should we simply mind our business? Are they cheating because they don’t love us, or does the fact that they are cheating have nothing to do with how they feel about us? Would cheating breakup your relationship or marriage?

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Mind Your Business….Just Accept The Cheating! 07/20 by G-F-T Radio | Podcasting Podcasts

Should people accept being cheated on? If we find out our mate/spouse has or is currently cheating on us, should we simply mind our business? Are they cheating because they don’t love us, or does the fact that they are cheating have nothing to do with how they feel about us? Would cheating breakup your relationship or marriage? Join us for this interesting conversation, and share your thoughts by calling in at 10:15pm (657) 383-1155. If you are on twitter hit us up @gft_radio using the hashtag #GFTRadio

Source: Mind Your Business….Just Accept The Cheating! 07/20 by G-F-T Radio | Podcasting Podcasts

Watch “Who’s Asking Who? Should women pop the question?” on YouTube

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Thanks for all the calls and interesting perspectives. Wanna thank Michella Collins ofUnforgettable Pleasures LLCfor joining us!! Just wow, we should’ve made that a 2 hour show!

As always if you missed it you can catch us on iTunes, Google Play Music, Youtube (this weekend) and stream it by going straight to the podcast site. Click this link:

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/gftradioshow/2017/07/14/whos-asking-who-should-women-pop-the-question

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Testimony 

Yesterday, while at BJs I ran into my old work first program director. We got to talking and she said she was proud of me and I should come check out their new facilities and share my story. Most don’t know but I was homeless for quite a while and leaned toward welfare for help. Of course the lady assumed I was lying and threaten to put me and my daughter in a shelter. I ended up at Homefront FPC at The School for the deaf, which is where I attended this work first program. I learned how to use Microsoft office, got a place to live (ny 1st apt on stuyvesant ave) and then found a job at the Old Navy in Hamilton Market place it was just opening up. Left due to no steady hours, went back to welfare and joined another WF program and got in the state of nj as CWEP (Unpaid intern) for a 1 1/2 and got hired permanent in 2009. Been on my own since my first apt and left welfare behind. I said all that to say this, everyone needs help and you shouldn’t be ashamed, understand where you been and where you are now. Be proud of yourself and thank God! I been working every since. Maintaining my household and raising my kids as best I can, so before you judge me understand that that’s just a piece of my story and it doesn’t define me. 

Thoughts?