This Tuesday, March 4 at 8 pm ET, #MillennialTalk Twitter Chat will be chatting with relationship coach Jay Cadet @JayCadet, who is also a guest relationship blogger on ChelseaKrost.com. Jay is Founder of [CO]3 Studio. As a Certified Life & Relationship Coach, he helps 20-somethings and 30-somethings navigate the inevitable challenges of their commitment.
Relationships are so complex and we will be talking about REAL issues and concerns that we as Millennials face in our relationships.
Here are just a few of the relationship topics we will be discussing on “Defining Relationships For Millennials:”
Lets start by talking about the HOOK UP CULTURE…is this a Myth?
What defines cheating?
How can we commit w/o losing our individuality?
Is flirting okay or is it considered cheating? Where do we draw the line?
Why are relationships so disposable among Millennials?
Take part in a great conversation!! #MillennialTalk is an amazing place to share your thoughts, be hear by other Millennials and connect with so many incredible people. Our chats average over 200 people weekly!!
Hope you will share this event on your Facebook, Twitter and Google+ page to help us reach even more Millennials!!!!
Check out Jay Cadet’s latest post on 3 Actions that Define Cheating and join the conversation on #MillennialTalkLIVE March 4 at 8 pm ET with @ChelseaKrost & @JayCadet for a chat on “Defining Relationships For Millennials!
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