This is a beautiful conversation with author and professional relationship coach Jennifer J. Hayes (find her on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram!). We talk deeply about what has been unfolding in America the past few weeks and beyond. Her feeling as an African-American woman in America, having a son and keeping him safe, and our hopes about a brighter future. Jennifer also talks about dating the current Corona virus climate and even offers some wonderful relationship tips. I love this woman.
Jennifer’s motto has always been to “Love Big, and Live Big!” With more than 20 plus years in the dating industry, Certified Professional Matchmaker and Relationship & Dating Practitioner, Jennifer J. Hayes, has the passion and dedication to helping her clients find love that lasts. She believes in love, fully, and won’t stop until everyone around her has what she has.
She currently works at South Carolina Matchmakers, an elite matchmaking firm where she ensures her clients have all of the knowledge and assets to sustain a passionate, meaningful relationship for a lifetime. In her spare time she runs a charity I Know How to Read and writes, fulfilling her passion as a writer. Currently she is working on her third book Love Big or Be Single, a book about using the same principles of seeking and keeping true and honest love sustainable and satisfying no matter what your station in life. Her countless satisfied clients can attest to her expertise.
Throughout her journey as a wife and a mother, Jennifer has learned what it takes to balance it all. She is never one to skimp in an area of her life, and knows that if you want it all, you have to commit it all! Jennifer has a varied educational background in Communications, Education, a Bachelor’s in History, and a Master’s in Clinical Psychology. She earned both of her degrees from the University of Houston. Jennifer is a highly acclaimed author and has received a great deal of praise for her, award winning books, Bound By Memphis and the sequel Memphis Mae. Her recent work of published articles can be found at Charleston City Mom, Online Dating Guide Interracial Dating Central and Justmy.com.
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Oh gosh listening to this episode is causing flashbacks. Someone called the police on my son when he was 9 while playing with a white neighbor’s son. They had airsoft guns. He’s now 21 and told me the other night he got very sleepy while driving home so he stopped and parked at a fast food restaurant to maybe take a quick nap. He saw someone in the restaurant look out at him so he headed home sleepy. He chose driving sleeping rather than risk having the police called on him and being killed. I shudder to think about how things could have gone. I’m terrified. I won’t let him go out after dark. It’s too much, it’s too much.