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April 11, 2024 8 mins

Darnell from L.A. needs relationship advice STAT!  Break ups could be blessings especially on Good Friday.

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
It's time now to check Steve's voicemail and if you
would like to leave Steven message call him eight seven
seven twenty nine. Steve eight seven seven twenty nine. Steve,
you might just hear your call on the air. All right, Steve,
you're ready for Darnell from Los Angeles. He needs some
relationship advice.

Speaker 2 (00:16):
Steve Hope, All is well. This is Dartnell callings from
Los Angeles. Man out, I've lost my girl. She packed
up and less on Good Friday. I'm supposed to go
to work and never came back and have gone back
to her parents' house. We have some disagreements sober things
that a man wants, things that a woman wants.

Speaker 3 (00:35):

Speaker 4 (00:36):
You know, she didn't voice a lot of those concerns,
but I didn't have an opportunity to fix them. We
never had an opportunity to sit down, have that conversation,
work on it and fix it. But I do know
that they feel I won't change, and you always say
a man will change for the right woman. I'm just
asking that you've got an advice for me to help
me out. I'm just trying to push forward, get my

woman back, take care of my response abilities of being
in the apartments that we have by myself.

Speaker 2 (01:02):
We gotta hold down the bills and the rent on myself.
If that's what a man do. Any advice, and then
I appreciate are big gone out? Well?

Speaker 5 (01:10):
You know bruh. A couple of things comes to mind here.

Speaker 6 (01:14):
Number one, as I oftentimes tell women, sometimes the breakup
is the blessing. Now, I know you want her back,
but if she don't want to come back, then, you know, man,
we had to grapple with that. And then you mentioned
something about you weren't even aware of what was wrong
when you had never had a chance to address it
or fix it. I understand up too. For her to

just up and bounce on a good Friday, there's a
little message in that for you. Maybe she didn't want
to fix it. Could that be it? Maybe she just
don't want to be involved anymore to just go back
to her parents' house like that. So I think, I
know you want her back, but you could say this

right here. You could just say what you said to me. Look,
I feel really bad that you didn't allow me a
chance to address it. This is how I really feel
about you, and I'm willing to do some things, but
obviously something has broken down somewhere.

Speaker 5 (02:13):
So if I were you, you got the right attitude.

Speaker 6 (02:16):
You said, you got this apartment, the bills, you'll hold
it down yourself because that's what men do. Sound like
a good dude, man, you really really do, because most
men don't even handle it that way.

Speaker 5 (02:25):
So I think you might be in great shape. Brother.

Speaker 6 (02:28):
So you know, sometimes the breakup is the blessing, and
I wouldn't even I wouldn't sweat it that hard.

Speaker 5 (02:35):
I know you want to back.

Speaker 6 (02:36):
But sometimes, man, it'll give you a chance to find
the one that's right for you. Because if they'll leave
you without warning like that, that sends a message to
me too.

Speaker 3 (02:46):
If anybody leave on good Friday and then come back Sunday,
they pretty much gone. Though that's a good Friday, I
don't see no return on it.

Speaker 1 (03:00):
All right, all right, well, hey listen coming up.

Speaker 5 (03:04):
For this food.

Speaker 6 (03:05):
That means he has risen on the Thursday.

Speaker 5 (03:09):
Relationship don't look like right?

Speaker 1 (03:13):
You just ghosted, not holy ghosted?

Speaker 3 (03:15):
All right? Good?

Speaker 1 (03:17):
Coming up at thirty four minutes after the hour. We'll
have more of Steve's voicemail at eight seven seven twenty nine. Steve,
right after this you're listening Steve Hardy Morning Show. All right, Steve,
we have more voicemail calls for you. If you you
would like to leave a message for Steve, call him
eight seven seven twenty nine. Steve, you might just hear

your voicemail on the air. This one is from Ken
in Kansas City.

Speaker 7 (03:41):
What's up, mister Steve Harvey. This is Kim and Kansas City, Missouri.
Me and the fellas at ASI and Shipping and Receiving.
We listen to you every morning.

Speaker 2 (03:50):

Speaker 7 (03:50):
We'd just like to thank you for your encouraging words.
You'll probably never play us on the air, but we
pray that you get to listen to the message.

Speaker 1 (03:58):

Speaker 7 (03:58):
Your message is being is going out. I appreciate you,
man from the bottom of my heart, because you give
us all encouragement in our lives.

Speaker 2 (04:07):
And we are men, all of us are men, and
we all are believe this.

Speaker 4 (04:11):

Speaker 5 (04:11):
Thank you so much.

Speaker 7 (04:12):
Bless you man, God, bless you.

Speaker 6 (04:14):
Wow to the brothers down there in Kansas City and
down there at to ASI.

Speaker 5 (04:21):
Steve Hart is standing strong with you.

Speaker 6 (04:23):
Man, y'all stay with it, man, don't ever give up.
I appreciate you telling me that because, like I say sometimes.
See we do this work on the radio. We get
up in the morning to provide you know, encouragement and enlightenment,
entertainment and inspiration, and we don't know if it's getting
through or not.

Speaker 5 (04:40):
So it's good man.

Speaker 6 (04:41):
We hear from brothers like y'all all, y'all men down there, man,
keep standing strong.

Speaker 5 (04:46):
We got you. We're down here holding it. Yeah. I
love that.

Speaker 1 (04:51):
Yeah, this is a man, Steve, who has a question
about finding a wife.

Speaker 8 (04:57):
Hey, Steve, I just have a question when you talk
about a man's job and provide, protect and profess this
woman and do all he can to take care of
his wife. You know, seliness were a man, that's one
of the biggest things. The biggest lessons were when a
woman can bring a whole human into this world. But
what else should a man look for in a wife

besides a person who can take care of his kids? Like,
what should he look for? What qualities do you think
will make a great wife? Thank you, Steve, and thank
you for entertaining me every day, getting me to my day.

Speaker 5 (05:36):
God bless well.

Speaker 6 (05:38):
Yeah, I understand what you're saying, because a woman has
to bring more to the table than just childbirth. I'm
just saying that that's the biggest thing a person can
bring to a table. You can't top that. I don't
care well how much money you make or what you do,
you can't. You can't top making lives dog we put
the facts. But I think that women what I look

for I've finally found and what I understood was important
was the two things three things. Three things I think
are imperative and the third one I think women miss
out the most. The three things that a man is
really looking for is support, loyalty, and appreciation. Will you

don't really hear a man talking about too much about
no love.

Speaker 5 (06:27):
I not top three no, because it's not so they
don't have to love you.

Speaker 6 (06:33):
No, no, no, no, that that should be, but that
that love has to be in the form of support, loyalty,
and appreciation. A man needs somebody that's gonna get in
there and be supportive of his efforts and his dreams.
And a man needs to know that you belong to
me and I belong to you, that you loyal to me.

And this is the most overlooked thing that women fail
to do that I hear from a lot of men
is appreciation. A man wants to feel appreciated. Men don't
get the Men don't hear thank you enough. Men don't
hear man, I really appreciate the good job you're doing.

Enough now, ladies, right here, this ain't the time for
you to go well. He don't say it to me.
Slow down, slow down. All I'm doing is answering the
question that the brother asked. You know, I've been on
your side for a long time, but I am telling
you one of the most overlooked attributes that a woman

can give to a man, that oftentime is overlooked, is appreciation.
You have no idea what a man would feel like
if he felt more appreciated, or if he heard thank
you more. Because it's a hard job being a father,
because we can't get it right. If we spend time
with the family, we ain't out there making the money
they need. If we out there make the money they need,

that we ain't giving them enough time.

Speaker 5 (08:03):
And as hard as you do it, it's hard to
get that one right. Wait till she get home.

Speaker 1 (08:09):
Come on, newlywed, going up next, nephew, tell me and
the frank phone call for today right after this. Thank you, guys,
you're listening hardy morning show
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