Joining Josh inside the "Bachelor Pad" today is writer Melissa Da Silva. One of the major topics they will be discussing is the importance of "emotional intelligence". While you're here reading this, you might as well take a minute to follow the show on your favorite listening platform, and leave a review, that way more people can find us and help grow "The Not So Bad" crew!! *Head over to our NEW Patreon page, and join us for some All New content!!* https://www.patreon.com/TNSB
Bio: Melissa Da Silva is a Canadian writer and poet, who grew up in Toronto. She graduated with a business diploma from Humber College. Melissa's been writing since she was 18, and in 2020 she self-published a book called Lose me. Lose Me, is about an actual toxic relationship she had found herself in. Melissa hopes that her story resonates with everyone on some level as they journey on the path to self love. Lose Me debuted as a top seller on Amazon. Don't Forget to check out some of Melissa's other books; Last Kiss, Lose Me, and A Love Like Ours on amazon, to grow your reading collection just a little.
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Lose Me- https://www.amazon.com/Lose-me-Melissa-Silva-ebook/dp/B08RC6WYTG
Last Kiss- https://www.amazon.com/Last-kiss-Melissa-Silva-ebook/dp/B094RKCT8K/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=last+kiss+by+melissa&qid=1620946806&s=digital-text&sr=1-1
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