Check out the picture from the Steve Harvey Turkey Giveaway at Bright Hope Baptist Church.
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Shirley Strawberry signs copies of her new book The Strawberry Letter: Real Talk, Real Advice, Because Bitterness Isn't Sexy at Barnes & Noble in Philadelphia on 4/6/11.
Hello Steve and the rest of the morning crew, I'm a 26-year-old newly divorced male and I'm regretting every part of it. My ex wife and I were together since the age of 17 and got married at the young age of 19, which was a mistake. It was not a mistake of marrying her but just getting married so young. I feel this way because as I look back I didn't have or didn't know what it took to be the best man, husband and father that I needed to be. Don't get me wrong, I was always taking care of my responsibilities, but I was into the other things as well: Partying, social networks and, of course, women. I hurt my ex so many times with my words or my actions and I didn't know the long-term effect my words would have. We stayed married for over seven years having some good times including four kids (2 deceased now) and some horrible times. The last argument we had I blurted out "that's why I'm not in love with you anymore" and I felt I wanted a divorce because of somethings she also said and did to me. The divorce was filed shortly after and we are now divorced. In my mind I thought I was over her until after seven months of not seeing each other we saw each other at our final divorce hearing, and I felt like I fell in love with her again. Ever since then we have been texting each other everyday, talking on the phone about more than just the kids. I even spent the night at her house and slept in the same bed with her, even though nothing happened. She doesn't let me get any, but she will give me an occasional long hug, and a kiss here and there. Since all of these feelings have come back I have cut off all of the other women I was dealing with. I don't know if I'm crazy chasing her or if this is what I'm supposed to do if I truly want to put my family back together. I am still young, but so much about me has changed. First and foremost, I have a deep relationship with God now and I understand the role I need to play. Second, I now understand the importance of making your woman secure in not having to worry about another woman. I know I will never love another woman like I love her, and I'm willing to do anything to get her back. I feel the pain in my heart because of that void. I want my daughters to see their dad in the house, loving and cherishing their mom on top of all of this. Please Steve, help me figure this out. Is it too late or can I get the best thing that ever happened to me back? Thank you.