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Atiya Km
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Happy Day Googlers and Googlerettes. SMILE.   Here is my latest article at Black Life Coaches. SMILE.

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It’s 2016 and it is time to rock it like you haven’t done before. Yes things happen that you don’t anticipate and as they say S#!t happens. But don’t you dare let the S#!t get you down. Get your royal azz back in there and kick some azz! Take no prisoners! Fight to win! We …
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552 people
king raja's profile photo
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Noland Muhammad's profile photo
hadia noor's profile photo
Let's Stay Together Talk Show's profile photo
Farhan Rafique Farhan's profile photo
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Helping Men, Women, and Couples Discover Their Own Truth for a Better Marriage
Introduction

Atiya, founder of The Marriage Tree, has, over the past 20 years, dedicated her life to honing her craft and, indeed, her calling – to empower, build and maximize human potential by affecting profound transformation in people’s attitudes, perspectives and behaviors.  She has been the catalyst responsible for inspiring countless people worldwide to realize their dreams and achieve joy, success and fulfillment in life.

 

Now she’s bringing all her past experiences, education, and business-development skills from her considerable history as a speaker, author and life coach to focus on her core message: marital harmony ~ extended and profound.

 

Yes! It is possible to have an enduring relationship that is a positive and rewarding experience for both partners. But like anything of value, it requires fine-tuning and the willingness to learn to navigate the intricacies and subtleties of the changes any marriage encounters during its lifetime. Marriage is organic – it changes, evolves, grows - or like many living things, without proper nurturing, it can deteriorate. But the good news is: it doesn’t have to break down. Building a history is a worthwhile, satisfying goal, as well as a tangible legacy for your children.

 

 

Atiya is at once an optimist and a pragmatist. She’s a firm believer in the reality of a happy and satisfying long term marriage. But she’s no PollyAnna, having herself encountered the vagaries of marriages over the past 21 years.  She has come through them stronger and happier, gratefully committed, and she can help you to achieve the same result! She’ll be the first to tell that what she’s going to show you won’t be easy, but she’s sure of one thing – it will be worth it!

 

You deserve to live a life filled with mutual inspiration and genuine respect. Atiya has the resources – intellectually and empathetically - to guide you to fruitful solutions that will not only positively-impact your relationship, but, as importantly, will leave you personally empowered.

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Former Mrs. Illinois International, 3rd Runner-up Worldwide, Community Service Award, Best in Evening Gown, and Mrs. Photogenic
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Welcome to my Youtube Channel - "The Marriage Tree"
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HOW CAN I HELP
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WHEN WE FIND OUT THAT A PERSON IS IN NEED THE NEXT THING WE NEED TO FIND OUT IS HOW CAN I HELP.

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Marriage 101: Let's Stay Together
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Hold Fast to Your Dreams
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Educational Leaders in a Multicultural Society
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Life and Purpose Coach ATIYA
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Be Dazzled, Be Empowered, Be jewelled
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The Awesome Power Of LOVE
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