Love and Money for High School Graduates discussed on The Virtuous Women Literary Corner

April 24, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Education News
Join Dr. Taffy Wagner and Ms. Bettye Jamerson, hosts of the Literary Corner podcast, on Monday, April 23, 2007 as they focus on love and relationships during the beginning of the show. Bettye Jamerson, author of Love: The Greatest Choice of All discusses the importance of healthy relationships.

Bettye states, “This is the perfect time to take the opportunity to stop, look and listen to the people around you and get an idea of which ones you want to allow into your life, space and spending your time with in a relationship.” Choosing the right people to develop relationships is a lesson that you want to learn sooner versus later.

Bettye offers words of wisdom and one that is very crucial is “Don’t be afraid to be alone.” Bettye shares more words of wisdom for high school and college students, listen to the show for more guidance.

Later in the show, Dr. Taffy shares about money management and finances for the high school graduate. Bettye and Dr. Taffy discuss how students attend school for twelve years and are not taught money management. Unfortunately this has long term and sometimes drastic effects on a person’s life.

Dr. Taffy shares about how a student should sit down with his or her parent(s) and establish a budget. If students are not prepared in money management, there are times when they can return home after first semester due to a lack of money to continue their education.

Ms. Bettye Jamerson and Dr. Taffy Wagner are published authors and have a wealth of experience in the publishing and promotion arena. Dr. Wagner is the author of 'Debt Dilemma' and ‘Homebuyer’s Helper’. Ms. Jamerson is the author of 'Love: The Greatest Choice of All', and 'For the Love of Beulah: Finding your Purpose in Life'.

Bettye and Dr. Taffy have taken two very serious topics and addressed this for youth. Love and money are very crucial topics for every stage of our lives. The Virtuous Women believe our youth should be prepared for success and not failure. Tune in to The Virtuous Woman’s Literary Corner on Monday, April 23, 2007 at the Literary Corner’s official website,