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You don’t want to miss this episode of The Dating Advisory Board show. Dr. Darcy Sterling is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker at Alternatives Counseling and the star of E! Network’s hit show Famously Single. Dr. Darcy shared with Maimah Karmo, Eve Monica, and I very powerful and eye-opening advice on building lasting and mindful relationships. Tune in to learn about some of the topics we discussed below:

1. Emotional Intelligence
2. What appropriate questions should we be asking on a first date?
3. Why is it so important to grow and seek to better yourself through external support?
4. Discussions on breaking past relationship patterns.
5. Advice on picking the right partners.
6. Why is it so important to be mindful in relationships?

Dr. Darcy Sterling is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and the star of E! Network’s hit show Famously SingleDarcy and her wife, Stephanie Sterling, share their New York City practice, Alternatives Counseling, where they specialize in working with high-achieving individuals who want more out of life.
In addition to working with clients individually and with couples, Darcy and Stephanie offer workshops on emotional intelligence, goal achievement, and relationship skills. They are best known for their online course, Relationship Skills Boot Camp, which teaches participants the skills necessary to drastically improve the relationships in their lives. Dr. Darcy received her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Columbia University in 1996, and her Ph.D. from New York University’s School of Social Work in 2006.
Connect with Dr. Darcy Sterling – Alternatives Counseling
Instagram drdarcysterling
Maimah Karmo, she is so inspiring to me and so many others around the world. Maimah’s story began in Liberia, West Africa, where she was born. After surviving two wars in her native country of Liberia, during a third coup d’état, she fled to the United States at 15 years old, after her father put her on a plane, alone, to avoid persecution due to the war. She worked her way through college and created her version of the American Dream. Maimah was raising a beautiful 3-year old when she was diagnosed with aggressive breast cancer. She had no family history and was 32-years old. While in treatment, Maimah made a promise to God that if she survived, she would create an organization to educate, empower, advocate for and support young women affected by breast cancer. After her second treatment, Tigerlily Foundation was born. Using cancer as a catalyst, Maimah left her full-time, high-salaried job with a global organization to follow her soul’s purpose. She has been instrumental in helping to pass critical pieces of breast health legislation in Congress. She has become a media spokesperson for women’s health, empowerment, advocacy, and change. In 2012, Maimah published Fearless: Awakening to My Life’s Purpose Through Breast Cancer. In 2015, she launched Bliss Magazine, a quarterly digital publication to inspire people to live their bliss. She is a Huffington Post blogger and is a media commentator. Maimah will let nothing stand in the way of living her bliss, and helping others to live theirs too! Watch Maimah on Oprah: youtu.be/Lw3t8iUEgYU Maimah has appeared in USA Today, U.S. News and World Report, Black Enterprise, Oprah Magazine, Essence Magazine, Ladies Home Journal, Cosmopolitan, Seventeen, Good Housekeeping, Harper’s Bazaar, Marie Claire, Redbook, Women and Cancer, Cure Magazine, Traditional Home Magazine and more. She has also been featured on Fox, ABC, CBS, the Oprah Winfrey Show, Good Morning America, MSNBC and more. She is a highly sought-after speaker for Congressional policy and advocacy events. She is a media personality, regularly called upon to speak on health, leadership, advocacy, and empowerment expert. She is also a philanthropist who supports various charitable causes, a mentor to many and a life coach. Maimah believes, “Service is the rent we pay for living.” Charity is not just something we do; it’s a way of life. It is incumbent upon each human being to find their “thing” and live, love and give it all they’ve got.
Connect with Maimah – MaimahKarmo.com
Twitter @maimah
Instagram Maimah Karmo
Eve is also the President of Sip with Socialites a blog on events, style, and philanthropy. A native of Washington, D.C., Eve believes we all must give back to our communities. A single mother of two, Eve is a natural organizer and enjoys bringing friends together socially and professionally. She believes by volunteering and fundraising that the growth and joy of each individual she touches is the key to society’s progress.
Connect with Eve – SipWithSocialites.com
Twitter @EveMonicSWS
Want a love reading? Connect with her on Instagram – LoveReadingsByEve 

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