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Nicholaola on April 28, 2022 at 3:31 PM said:

I recently watched a video on accountability…initially I felt my relationship would not be able to withstand being held up to the light. I wasn’t able to fully understand what my man was dealing with and therefore wasn’t able to support him fully as his partner…until I saw this latest video on TikTok. It helped me to see his perspective. So much so that I went back to him and tried a new communication tactic….and it WORKED!!! It wasn’t hard and it didn’t take anything fancy…just true honest love and communication and understanding of both of our needs…I can happily say that as a result of his advice we are now ACTIVELY working together. I believe we are stronger too. Thanku sir for the work u do!!
whats_the_value_podcast on March 8, 2022 at 10:22 AM said:

Keith (@keithklbelvin) is a certified Crisis Specialist, marriage counselor, award-winning author, and educator who helps address emotional problems. This conversation was packed with so many interesting insights, philosophical debates, and reflections on human nature, that it is hard to sum them all up. Keith is someone who clearly has spent a lot of time trying to understand people and the world we live in. Interestingly, his earlier life was spent in a much more selfish way. He was a misogynist and womanizer, whose main goal was to make himself happy. But thanks to hard work, his value of "transparency", and good foundations set by his mother and grandmother, he radically transformed his life.

Some of the intriguing concepts that came up were centered around Keith's view that there is a battle between good and evil in the world; and those on the "good" side have a responsibility to step up and make the world a better place. I tend to believe people are all generally good but our minds lead us astray to do bad things, so Keith and I explored that concept to try and understand why some people would "choose" to do harm. We also tried to understand how you would know if you were on the "good" side.

Towards the end of the discussion, Keith made a really interesting point about outcomes. There are so many factors at play and the world is so complex that it can feel overwhelming. Sometimes it is easy to get lost in it all and lose your purpose. Keith's point was that you should focus on the outcomes as your guide to tell you if you are being honest with yourself and on the right track. I found this really interesting. If you apply it to our politicians, as an example, many of them feel like they are doing the good work to help the country. Yet we sit here today, seemingly as divided and contentious as ever. If they look at the outcome, of where the country actually is, they would be really hard-pressed to convince themselves that they don't need to be better (rather than just pointing the finger at the other side). A big thanks to Keith for sharing his perspective and knowledge.

Quincy Takyi on February 23, 2022 at 7:01 AM said:

I recently had the pleasure of attending an online 'Heal thyself' group session with Keith and a group of colleagues from both sides of the Atlantic. Keith offered up some great tips, suggestions and coping strategies for various issues we were facing in the workplace and in our personal lives.

He made the session engaging, fun and we could have spoken with him for hours. Would highly recommend.
Great session Keith - keep up the good work!
Nicole Campbell on January 3, 2022 at 8:55 PM said:

Morning Keith,
I thoroughly enjoyed our first session
Jennifer Massiah on December 17, 2021 at 10:58 AM said:

It was such a pleasure meeting Mr. Belvin. His mannerisms, his energy and knowledge will be very helpful with our discussions. I am truly looking forward to our future conversations.
Michelle Green on December 10, 2021 at 2:39 PM said:

The guidance Mr. Belvin provided was insightful and necessary to begin my journey.
Alexissmith1230 on December 10, 2021 at 2:38 PM said:

I loved the session. I truly enjoyed Mr. Belvin's personality and his energy. I truly look forward to attending future counseling sessions.
HRCC member on November 18, 2021 at 12:25 PM said:

Thank you for sharing at my church HRCC. Your message hit home for my husband and I. It was very timely and needed. Thank you!
Queena Mast on November 18, 2021 at 11:36 AM said:

Really great job! I was so glad to be there—-practical advice. I really appreciated the dedication you showed to holding to scripture. Peace—
Hickory Ridge Church on November 17, 2021 at 3:58 PM said:

We loved having you with us! Thank you for sharing your heart!
Justin Senesi, Senior Pastor Hickory Ridge on November 14, 2021 at 8:10 PM said:

You did an outstanding job with today's sermon! Thanks for sharing your heart and challenging us with God's Word.

Senior Pastor
Hickory Ridge
Andy Sileno, Executive Pastor Hickory Ridge on November 14, 2021 at 7:22 PM said:


It was great to have you with us today at Hickory and for all of us to meet you in person! Your energy, wisdom and transparency was really well received and your message served as a fitting conclusion to the sermon series!

Thank you for all you do to help those you work with from our church find freedom! May God get the glory!!


Andy Sileno
Executive Pastor
Hickory Ridge
Cynthia Sanchez on July 3, 2021 at 6:13 PM said:

I just want to take this time to give someone their ?? while they can still smell them. All of my 211 heads ALREADY KNOW wussup when it comes to Keith K. L. Belvin! In all the schools I’ve been in and all the teachers I’ve encountered (and besides Mr.Curcio. I remember his ass. I think he scarred us all??) Mr. Belvin is the ONLY teacher to ever leave an imprint on my mind. Like EVER. A lot of us are blessed to have experienced Mr. B’s tuff love teaching in his “Big Daddy” shirts?? ANDDDDD experience his tough-love teaching but on a whole nother level of understanding.
LaTasha on June 29, 2021 at 8:53 PM said:

My friend tagged me in one of his post, so I clicked on it to see what it was about. I heard him say bring me your pain. I was thinking I am in so much pain. He can’t help me. After just talking to him one time I know he can help me to deal with all this pain. Very genuine down to earth type of person. He lets you know he will be here to help. Great man of God. Thank you Keith.
Shamair Williams on June 2, 2021 at 10:52 PM said:

Just want to stop by and say that I’ve known Keith Belvin (Mr. Belvin) since I was 10 years old. Now, I’m 32 and he’s still that positive and motivating force he once was for not only me coming up, but for many other kids I’ve known growing up in Brooklyn. I’ve always respected and appreciated Mr. Belvin, and he was one of the few men that I’ve had in my life to set a positive and productive path to follow, and with that being said, I’m forever grateful. Thanks Mr. Bel ??????

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