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Don’t Let Pictures Of Happy Couples On Facebook Get You Down

Friday, October 23, 2015

There is no such thing as a perfect couple. I’m amazed at how much perpetrating people do on Facebook and other social media.

It’s kind of funny to see people change their status and/or post happy pics of their significant other when I know everything is not so perfect. I’ve seen men post pics of their wives only to inbox or poke someone on facebook. I see so many single women warning married men to stop inboxing them or they will let their wives and the world know about their shady behavior.

I’ve also seen many boast of their significant other yet their significant other is not boasting about them. Next thing you know, they are no longer together or the relationship is complicated.

I said all that because if you are single and haven’t met “THE ONE” and you see so many so called happy couples, it may bring you down. But don’t let it. Or you may already be married and have experienced so many problems with your relationship that the happy pics on facebook make you sad. Don’t’ let it!

Don’t believe the hype. There is no such thing as a perfect relationship.

Every relationship will be tested. One thing is for sure, nothing stays the same. There are so many ways and times that relationships are challenged. For starters, all relationships will include disagreements. All relationships get tested by things like unemployment, health issues, the addition of children, difficult in-laws, etc.

Even if things are wonderful in a relationship, life will bring its challenges. So don’t get down if you don’t have the relationship that many people pre-tend to have on social media. Just keep preparing yourself for “THE ONE” so that you’ll be better equipped to handle the inevitable issues that come with relationships.

By the way if you are dating check out my latest ebook “ Background Check Essentials For Dating “.

Walking in love,

Tayarisha Joyce

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Christian Dating: How To Detect Romance Scammers & Keep Your Money!

Saturday, August 29, 2015

Last year in the US alone $86 million was lost due to romance scams (where people falsely represent themselves and their emotions to trick people out of money).

Do not assume the profile picture you see on Christian dating sites is really a wholesome person. Deceivers are everywhere, and they do wear suits and ties sometimes. Countless photos of innocent people are stolen and re-used on dating sites to trick men and women out of tens of thousands of dollars.

In the video below, I show you how to detect romance scammers from their online photos. Watch it until the end, it’ll bless you and your loved ones:

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Let’s stay safe out here.

Walking in love,

Tayarisha Joyce

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Christian Poetry: “Ms. 31” by VERSATYLE (Proverbs 31, The Virtuous Woman)

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

I love creative minds. Here’s a nice poem by Versatyle about no longer seeking the type of woman the world says is right for man. Instead he now seeks “Ms. 31” which implies the virtuous woman mentioned in Proverbs 31. Listen to his poetic flow in the video below. I’ve also included the scriptures in Proverbs 31 to which he bases the essence of his poem.

Here is
Proverbs 31:10 – 31
Who can find a wife of noble character?
For her value is far more than rubies.

The heart of her husband has confidence in her,
and he has no lack of gain.

She brings him good and not evil
all the days of her life.

She obtains wool and flax,
and she is pleased to work with her hands.

She is like the merchant ships;
she brings her food from afar.

She also gets up while it is still night,
and provides food for her household and a portion to her female servants.

She considers a field and buys it;
from her own income she plants a vineyard.

She begins her work vigorously,
and she strengthens her arms.

She knows that her merchandise is good,
and her lamp does not go out in the night.

Her hands take hold of the distaff,
and her hands grasp the spindle.

She extends her hand to the poor,
and reaches out her hand to the needy.

She is not afraid of the snow for her household,
for all of her household are clothed with scarlet.

She makes for herself coverlets;
her clothing is fine linen and purple.

Her husband is well-known in the city gate
when he sits with the elders of the land.

She makes linen garments and sells them,
and supplies the merchants with sashes.

She is clothed with strength and honor,
and she can laugh at the time to come.

She opens her mouth with wisdom,
and loving instruction is on her tongue.

She watches over the ways of her household,
and does not eat the bread of idleness.

Her children rise up and call her blessed,
her husband also praises her:

“Many daughters have done valiantly,
but you surpass them all!”

Charm is deceitful and beauty is fleeting,
but a woman who fears the Lord will be praised.

Give her credit for what she has accomplished,
and let her works praise her in the city gates.

Walking in love,

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Using Questions As Tools In Christian Dating

Monday, September 1, 2014

I agree with this article on using questions to land dates.

But questions can also be used to avoid heartache, scams, and deception in dating. Don’t be afraid to ask upfront for:

  • Their full name (including their middle name). Many times we think to get their first and last name. But when googling their name or even searching county databases we may end up with too much information and information that has nothing to do with the person in question. So the more you can filter your search results, the more time you have to get to know this new person.

    If they ask why you want to know, you can let them know you were just curious. Or you can tell them you wanted to know if the name they gave you was their true first name or do people refer to them by their middle name. After all, it’s not uncommon for people to go by their middle name instead of their first. It also helps when you do the smart thing and at least google them.
  • Don’t be afraid to ask for their email address either. Many times when you date online, people are quick to ask you to email them. This is a tactic many scammers use. But if they don’t offer their email, you can tell them you want to send them a funny video, an inspirational message, or an article you think they’d find interesting.

    Then once you have their email, be sure to plug it into all of the major search engines to see if anything negative turns up. You can also use it to search many social media sites.

  • Also don’t be afraid to ask them if their pictures are recent. If they say “Yes”, then follow up by asking “How recent are they?”. If they say “No”, then ask them to post more recent pictures.
    Once they have shared pictures on their profile, you can then do a google image search using their pictures. You’d be surprised by the results. This is also a technique to use to catch scammers.

The point is, by asking the right questions, you can better determine if you are truly interested in getting to know this person, and it can help you detect scammers earlier in the process.

Your time is short and so is life. Don’t waste it on losers.

Walking in love,

Tayarisha Joyce

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What Is Love? How Can You Tell If Someone Loves You? Hebrews 2:9-10

Friday, March 28, 2014

Love is an act NOT AN EMOTION! The revelation came strongly to me yesterday. So simple yet very powerful. There is no greater act of love than that of Father God and Jesus. Father God promised our salvation via prophets. Not ony did He say it, He and Jesus delivered on His word! That’s very important! Hebrews 2:9-10 “9 But we see him who for a little while was made lower than the angels, namely Jesus, crowned with glory and honor because of the suffering of death, so that by the grace of God he might taste death for everyone. 10 For it was fitting that he, for whom and by whom all things exist, in bringing many sons to glory, should make the founder of their salvation perfect through suffering.” What an act of sacrifice and love! What a way to honor God’s word. Jesus didn’t save a few of us. He saved us all!

Thank you Father God and Jesus! I love them so much! Yes, emotion is a “symptom” or “evidence” of my love for them. But the real proof are my actions. Today, let’s be love (an action). Let’s lift up those God trusts us to encourage by allowing our paths to cross. Let’s not just talk about it, let’s be about it. Let’s do something and not just say something! I’m walking in love. For more on What is Love? Check out this.

Have a blessed and God-like kind of day!

Tayarisha Joyce

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