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Learn What Keishorne Says About Relationships During The Pandemic

I recently had the opportunity to exclusively interview Keishorne Scott about five random facts about himself, what something he learned about himself in 2020 . Plus what advice he has for couples maintaining their relationship during the global pandemic. Check out my interview with Keishorne Scott below:

Loryn : What advice do you have for couple maintaining their relationship during the global pandemic?

Keishorne: Don't lose who you are in the midst of the pandemic. Stay strong, and keep your love consistent and vibrant. What I mean by this is never stop communicating with each other, don't stop cooking for each other, don't stop playing and joking with each other. This pandemic and quarantine can sadden your day and your ambition to give or receive love. Hold on stronger than ever and get through this TOGETHER. Remember this, tough times don't last, but tough people do.

Loryn: What’s a goal you hope to achieve before the end of the month?

Keishorne: My goal is to spend the rest of the year in the comfort of my home and with my family. In addition to that, I am revising my book "The Mouse, the Bird, the Dog, and the Lion": 3 Men to Avoid and 1 to Marry. I want to add to the book and extend it with more valuable information and content. This book has changed so many perspectives and it can only get better.

Loryn: What’s something new you’ve learned about yourself this year?

Keishorne: This year has been challenging. I've learned that we cannot take life, time, or family for granted. I also learned the importance of understanding and communicating with my wife, and having patience with my daughter, especially when we're doing virtual school. That was a challenge. But I am grateful for this year and excited about what's to come.

Loryn: What advice would you give individuals who are interested in pursuing a relationship because they are lonely?

Keishorne: Don't pursue love out of loneliness, singleness is not a curse, and slow down. Getting into a relationship isn't a race or medicine for happiness. Love yourself and pursue who you are. Spend time understanding yourself, what you want out of a partner, and what you want out of yourself. You have to become what you're asking for. If there is one thing you can take from me, it's to stay single until someone compliments your life and appreciates you for you. Know this, you are whole all by yourself, and a relationship is just an extension of who you already are. It compliments your existence, it's not your reason for living.

Loryn: What’s something that people would be surprised to learn about you?

Keishorne: I am an immigrant, born in Trinidad and raised in Barbados, I came to America at the age of 8 and grew up in Brooklyn, NY. I currently live in New Jersey now, but my life was nothing but interesting, challenging, amazing, beautiful, and what do the young kids say, "LIT". Ha! Another thing is that I wrote my first book at the age of 22. It was the most fun and inspiring experience I have ever had with creating and accomplishing a big goal like that.

Be sure to stay updated with Keishorne Scott by checking out his website : . Plus you can contact with him on all his social platforms under the name: @KeishorneScott .

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