Little About Myself
Well this is something different... I now get to tell you a few things about me. Including how I've grown to become such an advocate for helping women understand men. But to clear any confusion, the "Dr." in Dr. Linq isn't from any schooling in medicine. Nor does it correlate to a college degree in the field of relationships. It's merely a way of me saying, "I am here to help doctor up your confusion about men." Also, Linq is actually an acronym for "Live In Nobody's Quest". Which signifies the leadership mindset that I carry with me in all my journeys through life.
I was raised in a single parent household in the 80's gang infested state of California. I've seen my share of hard times and struggles. I had one older sister who passed away in 1995 at the young age of 19. We had different fathers but the same mother. My father left our house when I was 8 years old. For years I never understood why my father left us, but as I became a man I began to take responsibility for my life and let things of the past go. Me and my father have a pretty good relationship as of now. At the age of 12, me and my mother moved to Florida, which is where I currently live. I have one child, a son who makes me smile all the time. I Hope to share some important life altering ideas with him one day.
Throughout my life I have seen, heard, and have been apart of relationship issues. Whether it was with my mom, my sister, female cousins, close friends or with the woman I may have been dealing with at the time. I came to one conclusion, men and women are truly just different thinkers! I had become fed up with women making poor decisions when dealing with men. Especially women I look at as family and actual family members as well. I had become fed up with men going through situations where their words and thoughts weren't understandable. Which often led to women being hurt and sometimes misled.
I would like to think that I am a very rational thinker when it comes to relationships. Obviously I was right because many close female friends naturally felt open with sharing their relationship problems with me. It was never something I asked for, it just kind of fell upon my lap. For years I started answering relationship questions and giving personal advice to those close to me. I'm sure there's a few women out there that can say I helped mold their way of thinking. I realized my words were helping create a better life for the women around me. I always said I wanted to write a book on the mind of a man - a book for women. It never seemed to be a reality though. Besides, my first passion has always been making music.
One day a good friend of mine, Whitney Nicole told me I should take my thoughts and share them with world on Social Media. I thought it was a cool idea. So I started a Facebook page, and Ask Dr. Linq was born. Later down the line Ask Dr. Linq slowed down progress. So I set my eyes on Instagram. The followers started to roll in! I realize that if you just create good content with a healing purpose, people will naturally be drawn to it. So now we have AskDrLinq.com.
Here I am and here you are, reading my very short life story. I hope you have a little understanding of my position now.
Thanks for reading....Oh, and I finished that book I wanted to write. It's called,"The Mind of a Jerk," and it's available on Amazon.com