Catfish… he tried it!

So I debated on whether to post this but I figured why not. Let me give you the back story. Dude sends a friend request… now most know I have a podcast so sometimes I accept randoms (women and men) on a trial basis. So I accept, we have a inbox convo about my podcast, then he ask was I single. I said, yes but dating someone. He left me alone. A few days ago he decides to spark a conversation telling me he intention was to date me and then get married. I could’ve ignore this all together but my spider sense told me it was a catfish or some BS. I had time so I asked did he see the show and he said yea. Told me he is in the military (I doubt that) etc etc. I let him know I’m not interested and that was it. Nope, he send me a message in my inbox… read below

I had way too much time, glad I always follow my instincts!!

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Music Mondays: Baby Hold Onto Me

Autism Awareness Month

Its Autism Awarenss Month and I’m a proud mother of an autistic son!! Not many people can deal with special children like my son, but it’s truly a testimony that God has his hands in my life and my families life. Watching my son Xaveir these last 5 years have been a special kind of journey, that God has given me the tools to handle. Everyday isn’t perfect, some days are harder than most. But everyday that he surpasses a goal, shows me my faith is true! Thank you to everyone who has listened, helped, encouraged, supported and watched him to give me a break! 💙💙💙💙

Bored People Do Bored Things

No commitment, No Loyalty

🚨 Tonight @ 10PM EST 🚨 “No Commitment, No Loyalty”

While dating, many people never define their relationship, leaving things open to interpretation. When the person your dating doesn’t want to make a commitment, should you remain loyal? #JoinTheConversation as we answer these questions:

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/gftradioshow/2018/03/30/no-commitment-no-loyalty

– Do we owe loyalty to someone who doesn’t want to commit?

– Should we define/give a title to the relationship when dating?

– Define what being single means.

We know you don’t want to miss this one! So join in by calling 657-383-1155, phone lines open at 10:15pm. You can also tweet us @gft_radio and let your voice be heard!

On Boundaries

“Whether they’re family or friends, manipulators are difficult to escape from. Give in to their demands and they’ll be happy enough, but if you develop a spine and start saying no, it will inevitably bring a fresh round of head games and emotional blackmail. You’ll notice that breaking free from someone else’s dominance will often result in them accusing you of being selfish. Yes, you’re selfish, because you’ve stopped doing what they want you to do for them. Wow. Can these people hear themselves?!” ~ Rosie B.