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Collette Gee

Relationship Specialist, Author and Speaker

Collette Gee is a Relationship Specialist, Author, and Speaker that helps people create and sustain meaningful and successful relationships.

After being married and divorced, then back into a meaningful relationship, Collette realized that “Happily Ever After" wasn’t an ending, but a journey.

Inspired to help others discover where real love resides, she began her coaching business, showing people how to truly find their happily. Her mission is to help people love harmoniously and successfully.

To contact Collette, please visit her website at
7 Principles To Make 2017 The Best Year

7 Principles To Make 2017 The Best Year Ever

Happy New Year! Traditionally New Year's is a time when people reflect on the past. What worked and what didn't? What can I improve and what should I leave behind? Below are 7 principles that can hel...
12/28/2016 04:41 EST
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How To Recognize An Abusive Relationship

Abuse comes in many forms, and it's important to recognize the different types. The most visible form of abuse is physical abuse, when your partner hits you. The other types of abuse: mental, emotional and verbal abuse are forms of abuse, however not as overt as physical violence.
12/19/2016 11:56 EST
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Is Your Relationship Healthy Or Unhealthy?

Just less than ten years ago if someone you knew was in an unhealthy or abusive relationship, they didn't discuss it, and neither did you. Most people went by the notion of once you were married, you were married for better or for worse. Therefore most people who were in unhealthy relationships stayed in these relationships, and if the relationship did somehow end in most cases it was due to the death of one of the people in the relationship.
12/07/2016 07:05 EST
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4 Ways To Manage Your Christmas Stress

Managing your Christmas Stress is all about eliminating the things that create emotional, mental or emotions stress. And, when you keep your holiday expectations in check, you are more likely to create a Merry Christmas that ends stress free.
12/01/2016 04:21 EST
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Why Being Happy Is Important

Some people believe that happiness comes from filling our days with fun things to do. While others think that happiness is the absence of negative thoughts, feelings, and emotions. When it comes to defining happiness, I do not believe we can summarize happiness into a single concept. 
09/12/2016 12:33 EDT
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Telltale Signs Your Man Is Dating An Insecure Woman

Ever get this nagging feeling that your man is pulling away from you, but you don't know why? Your mind creates vivid images about him spending time with another woman because somewhere deep down inside you don't feel good enough for him. If this is something you're experiencing, then your man is dating an insecure woman.
06/29/2016 12:30 EDT
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I've Discovered My Own Definition Of Blackness

If being Black represents strength and a great history of kings and queens (and therefore feeds my personal identity), why then does everything I tell myself about being Black seem more like a story that I tell myself so that I can deal with the actuality of being Black? I grew up around Black people who told other Black people, and who learned from non-Black people, that being Black was ugly.
03/03/2016 06:02 EST
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Why Many Women Won't Propose, Even On A Leap Year

Leap Day is traditionally the one day where women are permitted without judgement, to ask for a man's hand in marriage. One might think that after decades of traditions that bound women into these so called identity roles, women would be elated to be freed up from one more gender restraint.
03/02/2016 01:26 EST
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Setting Personal Boundaries: Learning to Say No

Boundaries help us define who we are and provides us with a definite sense of self. While setting boundaries and learning to say no is an ideal opportunity to gain a sense of self, it also helps us to rediscover who we are, our personal values, and what's important to us. Most people have a hard time setting personal boundaries, particularly within their relationships.
01/26/2016 01:57 EST
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Why Holiday Break Ups Are The Worst

While breaking up is hard to do you know when things just aren't working out anymore. People who've experienced a sudden breakup during the holidays for example always assume the break up wasn't planned, and therefore begin to question whether the breakup was caused by some recent event caused by something they did or said.
11/25/2015 01:54 EST
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Change Your Self-Perception, Change Your Self-Image

How an individual perceives him/herself is either a real or distorted view of who they believe they really are, not always who they actually are, or how others see them for that matter. People either develop a positive or a negative self-image based upon their perception of a past experience or event. Therefore, an individual's strengths and weaknesses are a direct manifestation of how a person evaluates themselves.
09/18/2015 12:05 EDT
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How to Get Into a Meaningful Relationship

The first step in getting into a meaningful relationship is to believe that your perfect partner is out there. Believe that you are worthy and deserving of not only meeting this perfect partner, but of also sustaining a meaningful relationship.
05/28/2015 01:04 EDT
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The Six C's of a Healthy Relationship

Some people go their entire lives not knowing what a healthy relationship looks like, or they may have an idea, but have not defined them for themselves. The 6 C's illustrate the various components of a healthy relationship. A good relationship cannot exist without mutual respect.
04/16/2015 12:54 EDT
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7 Things Couples Should Consider Before Moving In Together

Moving in together is a big step in a relationship. On the other hand moving in does have it's perks. It's a good way to save on rent and expenses. Your sexual activities may increase, and you can take your relationship to the next level. Cohabitation can be construed as a sign of commitment and joy.
04/12/2015 01:16 EDT