The same paper also ran a series of articles about four young men who had allegedly killed a police officer in a spectacularly botched armed robbery.The police were still hunting for two of the suspects who had gone on the lam, a pair of brothers. Wes just couldn’t shake off the unsettling coincidence, or the inkling that the two shared much more than space in the same newspaper.Your words strengthen, encourage, and make us study! ” ~ Kenadie Cobbin Richardson, Executive Director and Founder of The Hershe Group Foundation“Coach Ryeal’s enthusiasm and excitement are contagious.You have the unique ability to communicate the most complex relationship principles in a simple everyday language that teenagers can understand.
He also works as a relationship advisor for the entertainment industry, speaks at correctional centers, colleges and churches and is penning his book series on the neuroscience of relationships.“Our “Doc in the House,” we are so glad you are a part of Real Talk the Movement! It gives students much needed information about developing positive and healthy relationships.” ~Vonda Paige, Executive Director, Tavis Smiley Foundation, Los Angeles, CA.“I like that Ryeal teaches the science of love and I chose him as Hershe’s official relationship coach for his uncanning ability to reach teens and adults in a way that empowers them instead of giving them a bunch of do’s and shoulds.Veteran talk show host Smiley (Death of a King: The Real Story of Dr.Martin Luther King Jr.'s Final Year, 2014, etc.) chronicles his relationship with Maya Angelou (1928-2014), his intellectual and spiritual guide.The author recounts how, as an eager and insecure young man, he was in awe of the multitalented woman who "dispens[ed] love with such natural and joyful ease…[it] drew people to her.” Dr.Angelou gently scolded Smiley for his "idolatrous attitude,” yet he writes about her with such fascination and awe it approaches hagiography.We all know the conventional wisdom left the building before the train ever left the station. I just don’t want Democrats to take the black vote for granted," Smiley said Wednesday morning on MSNBC.