Cooper will interact heavily with listeners through online chat, phone calls and programmed segments such as "Dear Ms. HeartBeat" – during which time listeners will be invited to call in to get resolution to their own dating dilemmas live on the air.
A different topic will be covered each week. The first scheduled broadcast on February 27th will focus on the challenges men and women over the age of 40 have meeting other eligible singles as they juggle demanding careers and children.
With more than 15 years of relationship industry experience, Deborrah provides reliably intelligent, often hilarious advice in her weekly advice column. In 2007 she authored the Award Winning guide to modern dating: "Sucka Free Love - How to Avoid Dating The Dumb, The Deceitful, The Dastardly, The Dysfunctional & The Deranged" which instructs readers on how to avoid the insincere suckas of the world.
"I can say with confidence that when it comes to love, it's what you don't know that hurts you. Time and time again I see situations where, if the advice seeker had knowledge about the manipulative games outlined in my book, the drama and heartbreak these writers experienced could have been avoided."
Cooper said that the tone of the show will be hard-hitting and exciting but entertaining, offering listeners the opportunity to connect directly and openly address their concerns.
Deborrah Cooper gained underground acclaim through her 15-year career of relationship advice counseling, conducting seminars and workshops in the San Francisco Bay Area and as a producer and host of "HeartBeat,"
Ms. Cooper has also been featured in Black Enterprise magazine and The Pleasanton Weekly; interviewed for Essence, Honey, Yahoo! Internet Life, and Downtown Oakland magazines, The Dallas Morning News, The Oakland Tribune, and countless other print and online media worldwide. She has also appeared as a guest expert on the nationally televised talk show "Men Are From Mars, Women are from Venus" with host Cybill Shepherd, and featured on BET Television's "Oh Drama!"
Writing under the moniker, "Ms. HeartBeat," Deborrah has penned dozens of articles and provided relationship advice to thousands on her groundbreaking AskHeartBeat.Com™
Established in 1997, AskHeartBeat.Com™