A classic mistake we make in relationships is limiting communication to spare emotions. Yes, it is important not to be harmful with our words, our intent should never be to cause damage. But, as the old saying goes “the truth hurts” not necessarily the words. We just search for someone or something to blame as… read more
LoveSnobs 101: We all have friendships. Are our friendships fueled by “AccountableLove”? We have friends that ask but are never in a place to give. Are they friends? We have friends that give but refuse to accept help? Are they friends? Friends don’t “just” build each other up. They celebrate life together. They challenge the… read more
I believe I deserve the best of people. I understand with great Love comes the responsibility of being challenged to be great. I am up for the challenge. I will show up with my heart in hand and I expect to be handed their hearts. We will trade yesterdays, todays, and tomorrows. Being fully present… read more
I am serious about all the relationships I am in. It doesn’t mean I don’t laugh or clown. It means that I am committed to the health of those relationships. I will make the time to connect by listening, talking, and coming to a common ground. I am excited about growing together, which might mean… read more
We have been friends for over 20 years. We have had time of distance, yet have made our way back to each other. What allows us to be great friends? Our ability to be brutally honest, willfully dedicated, mindfully devoted, and faithfully trusting. We have maintained “AccountableLove” as a faith and lifestyle. We have built a… read more
Today, my son fell out of his high chair because I didn’t thoroughly check to make sure he was secure. I was doing several things at once and forgot to focus on the most important thing, his safety. I failed him. Yes, “I am human and humans make mistakes” but I also acknowledge that mistake… read more
Aziz & Jerri will be addressing how important it is for both parents to work as a United front. Parenting is more effective when both parents are active and role models. We are aware that women or men can be the single parent. What the AccountableLove Podcast Team is addressing in being on the… read more
Forgiveness is misused to mean reconciliation in our society. Forgiveness happens within us. It’s letting go pain, so hate doesn’t fester, making us bitter. If we do something to someone else; we must first acknowledge we were wrong, second express how you plan on assuring it will never happen again, and third ask for reconciliation… read more
It takes a Village …….. You don’t have to be family to be connected to people. Like minded people working together for a greater good and toward a common goal. It is defined by the commitment and love shared.
Devotion is earnest attachment to a cause or a person. Devotion is seen as weakness outside of a higher power. AccountableLove discusses what being devoted means and what honoring your commitments means.