Mind Your Business…Just Accept The Cheating

 

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


Thanks for all the calls and interesting perspectives. Wanna thank Michella Collins of Unforgettable Pleasures LLC for 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

Is being spoiled affecting adult relationships?

If you missed the live show, be sure to check it out by clicking the play button!! Trust me it’s a great conversation and we would love to hear your thoughts.

 

 

 

I HATE DATING – Listen Live

Join us TONIGHT and EVERY THURSDAY AT 10PM on G.F.T Radio
TONIGHT’S topic … “I HATE DATING!!” Do you?

Join G.F.T Radio in the conversation at 10p.m. on http://www.blogtalkradio.com/gftradioshow/2017/06/02/i-hate-dating

Or just let us know how you feel about dating in the comments. What are the benefits of dating? Do you go on blind dates? Were you ever the wingman? We want to hear about your dating experiences. The good, the bad, and the ugly.

Watch “Should single folks give relationship advice?” on YouTube

What’s Your Sex Number?

Let’s play the numbers game tomorrow night @10pm! How many people have you had sex with? Should that question be the deciding factor on if you are relationship material? Would you answer that question if asked? Do men believe women when they tell them their number? Why is it okay for men to have high numbers, and women looked down upon if their number is higher than others?