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Food Time – Cooking With Atiya

Atiya, the Marriage Strategist and her husband, Ingram are having fun in the kitchen, while discussing some relevant husband/wife issues. Enjoy the way they bring up serious issues in a light-hearted and funny way.

http://www.themarriagetree.net

Your comments are welcomed and appreciated. SMILE.

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Why Not Sex Before Marriage

 

This is a message from Ingram Jones. It is a very powerful yet easy listening message. It behooves anyone to take the time to listen. SMILE.

21 Day Twin Soul Journey Of The Heart- A Free Gift From ATIYA

21-DAY
Twin Soul Journey of the Heart
A GIFT FOR YOU
WITH ATIYA
A FREE Meditation & Spiritual Retreat

Welcome to the Light!
I AM ATIYA – The Marriage Strategist.

What if all you had to do was make one minor shift to have a great relationship and marriage?

What if finding the right person was really very simple and not as hard as many might think?

You can have:

a happy and safe emotional environment.

a committed, secure, and enduring relationship.

a steamy and hot sex life.

a new perspective of yourself, your life,and your relationship.

I know that there are numerous marriage counselors in the U.S. and a vast selection of worldwide couples therapy programs to choose from. However, my conversation with you as The Marriage Strategist and a professional marriage and relationship coach is about awakening to the awesome power of love to experience the most fulfilling relationship ever imaginable on a soul level.

Let me show you how:

to connect on a soul level.

to move into a positive and rewarding experience for both you AND your partner.

to experience a life and relationship filled with mutual inspiration and genuine respect.

to establish a solid, healthy and happy enduring relationship that leaves both you and your mate personally empowered.

If you are not married, then let me show you how to make a soul-to-soul connection.

All you have to do is:

TAKE ACTION & INVEST IN YOUR SELF AND RELATIONSHIP!

Work with me and I guarantee that your life and relationship will not
be the same. The transformational value that you will receive and the
tangible results that you will realize when you and your mate commit
to the process and your success, will be amazing!

http://www.themarriagetree.net/21-DayTwinSoulJourneyofTheHeart.html

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Ingram and Atiya Boxing Show, Intro

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Grenada National Casting Call

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Ingram and Atiya along with guest Fragrance Francique will select 30-50 people to become part of a team to produce several film and media projects.
This is an OPEN CALL for pre and post production teams and talent. All ages.
What to Bring: Resume/CV, Composite/Photo with contact details, Good Attitude and a SMILE.
Place: Grenada Trade Center
Start Time:8:00 a.m.
MUST ARRIVE BEFORE 10:00 a.m. TO BE SEEN. (Be prepared to spend some time)
For more information, please contact Ingram and Atiya at auditions@ingramandatiya.com or Sheldon Bailey at sheldonbailey@gmail.com
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Response to a Comment on 7 Mindsets that Hinder Black Men From Relationship Success

small photo for spreakerRecently, Ingram Jones wrote an article that is posted on Black Life Coaches Network entitled, 7 Mindsets that Hinder Black Men From Relationship Success. This article has apparently stirred up some folks and now their britches aren’t quite touching their behind. SMILE.

Normally I would only respond to a comment when it warrants it in the forum where the comment was posted and where the article is published. However, one comment on his article required in my observation a more expanded response as the very subject matter that Ingram was touching on drew such anger form one woman in particular, and I was puzzled as to why? Seven Mindsets that Hinder Black Men From Relationship Success in my opinion was an article in defense of Black women. yet one woman was so angry about the article that she even resorted to name-calling.

So, I am asking all of you to please take the time to read the article, and give your feedback on it. Ms. Diallo suggested the article did not belong in a forum about Black male and female relationships. What are your thoughts on that? Let’s open this up for discussion.

In the meantime, below please see the comment posted about the article by Ms. Diallo, and my response to her.

Comment posted by Chantaey Renee’ Diallo:

“Diaspora pertains to Black people of African descent dispersed throughout the world, mostly because of slavery! How dare you use the term to describe your nasty, dirty, sexual hellbaths with every type of female racial dog under the sun! Nobody is impressed with your weak, ugly choices and diversities of perversion and it has no place in a forum about Black male-female relationships! Be gone!”

Response Posted by ATIYA – The Marriage Tree:

“Ms. Chantaey Renee’ Diallo,

I am not sure of the root of your anger or your bitterness about the article that was very well articulated by my husband. However, perhaps you misunderstood it. As we know, words have many meanings and can take on shape depending on the orientation of mind of the one who hears or read them. I would recommend that perhaps you do some soul searching to explore why you are so angry over the article that was specifically geared toward men and a response to the article that I wrote., The Five Mindsets that Hinder Black Women from Relationship Success.

The term Diaspora while in most case understandings may refer to Black people that were dispersed or scattered throughout the world as a result of slavery; however that is not the only meaning of the word or the only correct reference of it. The etymological root of the word diaspora is to scatter about, disperse, or across. The context in which my husband used the word is not only grammatically correct, it is accurate. Perhaps you are overly sensitive about the word itself as a result of having a limited understanding of it, have some deeper seated issues regarding Black men who date other “races,” or have a deeper issue with respect to men in general. Perhaps you should read my article, The Five Mindsets that Hinder Black Women From Relationship Success.

The article written by Ingram Jones is most definitely in the correct forum,and your response to it verifies that it is! With all due respect, as a strong Black Woman of integrity, character, and substance who is no doubt walking in purpose and married to an amazing man of character, integrity, and substance, it is my observation that perhaps you might want to go within to discover some things that perhaps may need addressing because your manner of reproach perpetuates the very issue that you appear to be sensitive about.

When articulating your position in such forums. It is one thing to intelligently state your case in a respectful and dignified manner, but to be blatantly disrespectful and abusive to resort to name-calling and character assassination is not only immature, but it is a manifestation of something else. Your problem is not with Ingram’s article but rather one with self, and that is something that you will have to work out. In the meantime, when responding to articles that you may not necessarily agree with, it is your right to do so and actually makes for some wonderful dialogue. However when doing so you may want to exercise some self-control, self-mastery, and more importantly some respect.”

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StraightForward Talk with ATIYA -Live Radio, Ep 3

In episode 3  of Straightforward talk with Atiya, She  answers another relationship letter from a listener, tackles the topic of social media  (Facebook, Twitter) and its effects on relationships and in marriage and also answers a question about the outward affection of love shown by couples on the island of Grenada.

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Straighforwardtalk Radio Show on TheKeys107 Network

StraightForward Talk with ATIYA is a premiere live talk radio show hosted by ATIYA (author, speaker, trainer, and founder of The Marriage Tree) Every Sunday from 4-5pm broadcasted from the Island of Grenada.
http://www.themarriagetree.net offering sensible, real, open and honest, straightforward relationship coaching on the spot. ATIYA has a no-nonsense style inspiring accountability, responsibility and a strong sense of moral integrity. While no question is off limits, her responses and coaching methods may not always be in a “feel good” manner, yet is above board, unpretentious and straight-to-the-point.

As a life coach and trainer, ATIYA does not give advice but rather help you to discover practical solutions for your relationship dilemma or situation. Therefore, you ask the questions and she’ll help you discover your own truth for a better relationship and marriage.

StraightForward Talk with ATIYA, real talk about relationships and married life that helps you to make real changes at the “drop of a dime.

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thekeys107/2013/07/14/straightforwardtalk-with-atiya-ep-1

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Atiya-Author,Speaker,Writer

Author, Trainer and Speaker Atiya, founder of The Marriage Tree has over the past 20 years, dedicated her life to honing her craft and, indeed, her calling — to empower, build and maximize human potential by affecting profound transformation in people’s attitudes, perspectives and behaviors. She has been the catalyst responsible for inspiring countless people worldwide to realize their dreams and achieve joy, success and fulfillment in life.

Now she’s bringing all her past experiences, education, and business-development skills from her considerable history as a speaker, author and life coach to focus on her core message: marital harmony ~ extended and profound.

Official Website http://www.themarriagetree.net
Atiya’s Books http://www.themarriagetree.net/Books.html

“StraightForward Talk with ATIYA” to Debut July 14th on the Keys 107 Network | PRLog

“StraightForward Talk with ATIYA” to Debut July 14th on the Keys 107 Network | PRLog.

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