Good News!

I have a lot on my mind and I don’t know where to start, first off, my big announcement, I am going to be on the radio!!! I am so stinkin’ excited! I am going to be on the radio! Starting Saturday November 3, 7:00 pm, the show is called Conversations with Shanon J with special guest Angie B. I am Angie B, in case you didn’t know. It will be on 970 AM KHVN, please tune in, we are so excited to bring this to everyone, we will be discussing issues that effect everyone, with the Christian woman’s perspective. For years we have had these amazing conversations, I am so excited to share with all of you.
Next on my mind is the internet, yes the internet, and how easy it is for some people to forget they are in a relationship. It is so easy to flirt online, no one can see your face, no one knows the real you, no one out there has to pick up after you, or buy your groceries or make sure you have shampoo. All they know is you are good with the words. I am here to tell you, when you engage in this kind of behavior, if you are in a relationship, it is disrespectful to the person you are with. Whether you are male or female engaging in this behavior, I want you to know it is not harmless. It is harmful, also, talking about your relationship online with people you don’t know, disrespectful, you know you had some good times or else you would not have stayed as long as you did. Men and women these days seem to have no boundaries, it is insanity, it is no wonder relationships are hard to maintain, if you are not talking to your partner about what bothers you, then the relationship is never going to grow. It will end up dying on the vine; there will be no harvest, no long term anything.
It is so easy to get sucked into this type of behavior, you are alone, you are really not cheating because that person is in a different state. That is what you tell yourself, but it is cheating, even if it is not physical, it is emotional cheating. Once again, if you don’t like what the person you are with is doing, tell them, if the behavior doesn’t change, then leave.
Facebook has made this so easy, people have lost all sense of propriety, dignity has gone out the window, people think that what they are doing is private. Well, guess what, as my grandmother used to say, it all comes out in the wash. If you are on Facebook and are engaging in behavior that is less than respectful to others, you will be found out. It will be made public; you have to ask yourself, is it worth losing my partner over? Is this person I have never met worth it?

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