Chatting ‘On the Couch’

2017-06-08 06:01
Performing at the event on Sunday Joseph Solomon from ChaseGod TV.

Performing at the event on Sunday Joseph Solomon from ChaseGod TV.

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IT was an Oprah meets Ellen meets 3Talk-kind of show at On the Couch with Tessa Green on Sunday at Desroches Hotel in Margate.

Hosted by the local queen of talk Green, the show featured a series of guests grappling with the topic “focus on the family”.

Guests on the couch included Ray Nkonyeni Municipality Mayor Cllr Cynthia Mqwebu, Christian Family College principal Gill Carlow, Dr Charlene Maistry, beauty queen Creleisha Moodley and international TV personality Joseph Solomon from ChaseGod TV.

Green, who has been living on the coast for almost a year, said she wanted to bring something different to the South Coast and was doing it through her show.

“We wanted to discuss the social issues that pertain to every aspect of a person’s life including their home life, business and social life.

“Parenting nowadays has evolved so much, our children are able to get close to us as parents and relate to us as friends yet we have the most occurrence of teenage pregnancies, crime, alcohol and substance abuse and the like.”

Poetry and a performance from gospel band Twiice was part of the line-up.

Green thanked her sponsors, Dr Zuki Mqeke from Woven, Impact360, Vinod Harilall, Inuka Fragrances, Heartbeats Training Academy and Golden Rewards for their support.

The next On The Couch will discuss “what women ought to be” with another exciting line-up of guests. For more information, go to the On The Couch with Tessa Green Facebook page.

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