‘Know Your Worth Relationship Conference’ benefits Mending Hearts, Inc.

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Aaron Jordan, Jr

Aaron Jordan, Jr. is on point by taking his message to people and tithing into Mending Hearts, Inc. Treatment Center, via partial proceeds.

The ‘Know Your Worth Women’s Relationship Conference 2015” will take place on September 27 at the beautiful Franklin Marriott in Cool Springs, Tennessee. The venue’s address is 700 Cool Springs Boulevard and registration has already begun.

The esteemed panel of speakers includes: Aaron Jordan, Jr. B.S., author, relationship coach and renown speaker; DIVINE Magazine online publisher, speaker and founder of the ‘Glamour Girl Movement’ Megan Mottley; and Dr. Ben and Jewel Tankard, one of America’s dynamic duos as authors, reality TV stars and philanthropists. Dr. Ben Tankard is also known as the ‘Godfather of Gospel Jazz.’

Megan Mottley

Megan Mottley

Aaron Jordan, Jr. is the executive producer of the conference. He brings a wealth of experience to the proverbial table as an accomplished author, relationship advisor and speaker. His impacting book The Power Within A Woman’s Worth From Both Sexes is designed to empower and enrich individual’s minds on the power that we have pertaining to dating and relationships.

Author and radio host Aaron Jordan compiled and wrote the book to help people understand why men and women are the way they are. In his book he covers the power of philosophies and analogies, bringing each situation to head to help individuals via the real time experiences in each situation. Among other helpful information that makes it a good read is the topic of ‘rebounding’ and not getting over our past hurts. It explains why this is one of the most detrimental things a person can do to themselves in dating.

This event will also be a charitable endeavor as Mending Hearts, Inc. will benefit from a portion of the event’s proceeds. Mending Hearts, Inc. was founded on April 24, 2004 by two women who overcame their own personal backgrounds of addiction and homelessness, Katrina Frierson and Charlotte Grant. Because of their experiences, both Katrina and Charlotte felt led to serve women in similar situations. Mending Hearts is a residential recovery-oriented therapeutic community for women who are or are at risk of becoming homeless as a result of their addiction to drugs, alcohol or both.

Dr. Ben and Jewel Tankard

Dr. Ben and Jewel Tankard

Mending Hearts facilities, located in West Nashville, are home to over 40 women who are in residence to address their addiction and the current circumstances of their life. It is the mission of Mending Hearts to provide shelter, hope and healing to women who are homeless due to addiction, co-occurring disorders, mental or emotional disorders. Visit  <www.Mendinghearts inc.org>.

“Just another way to give back and accredit ‘a woman’s worth,’” said Aaron Jordan, Jr. “Save the date and register soon as the affordable tickets are going fast!” Registered guests will receive the benefit of a powerful seminar, while contributing to a worthwhile charity. Visit <www. Aaronjordanjr.com>