Chenier A. Alston is senior pastor of New Israelite Baptist Church in Chicago, Illinois. He is a graduate of Moody Bible Institute where he holds a B.A. in Pastoral Studies with an emphasis in pastoral care and counseling. A speaker abroad and counselor on life, Chenier A. Alston's motto in life is: "Live out your purpose so that your purpose can out live you; become a movement and not a monument!"
"Ladies, let's talk! ...Take control of your mind and stop thinking along the lines of revenge. The steps to forgiveness: 1) Realize that you have been hurt, 2) Recognize that you did not deserve to be hurt and 3) Release the person that hurt you from the condemnation of hurting you. ... So ladies, choose revival over revenge... And that is relationship real-talk!" They spoke, I listened and then it was time for me to speak while they listened and learned. Ladies, I want to take this time to invite you into these conversations or as I put it "Relationship Real-Talks". These Relationship Real-Talks invited me into a world of ex-wives displaced by divorce, third option girlfriend, mistresses, women burdened with baggage, women who were sexually and physically abused and confused - and the list goes on. As you sit down and read these conversations, you are going to experience what I call "Transitional Relationship Therapy".