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We asked a relationship expert our burning questions about love during the pandemic— and it was enlightening

Deidré Wallace, a relationship expert, clinical psychologist, and founder of the relationship knowledge step-by-step system, unleashed the secret!

We asked a relationship expert our burning questions about love during the pandemic— and it was enlightening

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Navigating many types of relationships can be difficult, especially now during a pandemic.

But how can we go about eradicating these difficulties?

For the latest interview on Conversations on Women's History Month, we spoke with Deidré Wallace, a relationship expert, clinical psychologist, and founder of the relationship knowledge step-by-step system, as she unleashed the secret!


Her inspiring relationship knowledge system is based on various teaching experiences and client observations that highlight why we choose the professional and personal relationships that we embark on in our lives.

Ms. Wallace details her journey into relationship therapy, the motive behind her step-by-step relationship system, how our upbringings can affect the choices we make in relationships, and what we should keep in mind to make our relationships better.

Check out the video below!

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For blog posts and more information regarding relationships and self-awareness, visit her website here.

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