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Coping With Harsh Realities & The Importance Of Never Giving Up

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Tonight, on It's Real Talk Radio, we will be discussing coping with harsh realities and the importance of never giving up. Tay Real, Bobby G and Michel will all be sharing stories of things they've had to cope with and still are coping with today. We all have to take a ride on the roller coaster of life; like it or not and when it's up, it's UP! But when it's down, it's DOWN! Though we all have unique experiences as a whole, there's always someone who can relate to our individual experiences in some way.

Everyone has a reason or excuse they could use to give up, but we live in a world of strong minded, strong willed, determined individuals who continuously find ways to weather the storm and keep it pushing. There are victims of all sorts and any victim has an intriguing story they could probably write a book on. One thing we sleep on is how they were able to face those hardships and keep moving forward. You have to respect the resillience and courage of true fighters.

There are many ways to deal with the stress, fears, anxiety, insecurities and complexity that dark experiences leave on you and there is no 1 option for everyone. We all wish we could hit the reset button from a point in our lives and redo it, but life doesn't work that way. Ironically, one could argue that's the beauty in it.

We do this show because we believe in engaging in real talk, and we as hosts aren't exempt from the harsh realities that everyone has to face; that's the motivation for this discussion. You have people who've had their children taken, lost loved ones, had their hearts torn to shreds, been brutally attacked, lost limbs, lost their vision, developed speech impairments, the list is endless. How do we motivate these people who are feeling down, to not give up? One way is by sharing our own deepest, darkest experiences and how we've maneuvered through them and continued to live our lives.

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