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Heart To Heart with Dr. Alduan Tartt is a live, interactive talk program on WCLK from Clark Atlanta University and Verizon Wireless that provides healthy solutions for happy, violence free relationships. The September edition of Heart To Heart is all about what happens when you fight with your spouse, your significant other, even a relative or co-worker. We're not talking actual physical fighting, but the day-to-day bickering, shade and other things we do when we're exasperated with the ones we love or have to see each day.

Dr. Alduan Tartt returns for the August edition of Heart To Heart Tuesday evening at 6pm, made possible by Verizon Wireless and Clark Atlanta University. Most people have their "list" of criteria for their ideal date/mate, but what constitutes realistic vs. unrealistic expectations?  And what happens when, once in a relationship, you discover that what appeared to be golden is just spray paint?  How should you  work through "adjusting expectations?"  What is your criteria?  Deal breakers?  Bargaining chips?

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Dr. Alduan Tartt returns Tuesday at 6pm on WCLK with Heart To Heart Presented by Verizon Wireless. Is dating outdated? What is the purpose of dating? Sex, committment, good company, a courtship?

Dr. Tartt will be joined by Dr. Aaron Turpeau and they will take your calls and questions live, and try to give you positive solutions in your relationship.

Dr. Tartt stopped by Morning Jazz to talk with Morris Baxter about Tuesday's program.

Heart to Heart with Dr. Alduan Tartt returns Tuesday evening June 9 at 6pm with a look at healthy relationships in the aftermath of domestic violence.

Dr. Tartt will be joined by Life-Coach Tamik0 Lowry-Pugh and domestic violence survivor Kimya Motley.

They’ll talk about overcoming domestic violence and letting ‘the rest of the story’ be ‘the best of the story.’ We’ll also feature your calls, live.

Heart to Heart with Dr. Tartt airs exclusively on WCLK and is available on demand here at and is made possible by Clark Atlanta University and Verizon Wireless.

Are you dating or committed to someone with issues? What are your expectations in a relationship? Why do some dates become courting and marriage, and when is it time to let go of a relationship?

Tune in Tuesday at 6pm on 91.9 WCLK for Heart To Heart with Dr. Tartt, as we take your calls, live, providing useful solutions to help you create happy relationships in your life.

WCLK presents the debut edition of Heart To Heart With Dr. Tartt, beginning Tuesday evening at 6pm.  Dr. Alduan Tartt is a licensed psychologist and relationship expert.  He helps real people with real issues devise real solutions for happier, healthier lives.  Tuesday he’ll talk about Love and Money--how are dating and relationships affected by the money dynamic?  We’ll take your calls live, Tuesday at six pm exclusively on 91.9 WCLK and online at Dr.

The Call To True Beauty returned for February on Wednesday February 4 at 6pm as we celebrated Valentine's Day a little early by talking about how to practice healthy dating. Do you know the difference between dating and courting?  What expectations do you have when you go on a date, versus your date's expectations?

Call To True Beauty Host Daphne Walker was joined by Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, Lincensed Psychologist and Director of the Counseling Center at Clark Atlanta University.  They talked about it and took your calls.

Join us live Wednesday at 6pm the 2015 debut of The Call To True Beauty on WCLK.  We'll examine the many issues involving dating and domestic violence in the community, with the idea of helping build healthy, violence-free relationships.  Wednesday's program will include your phone calls live and a look at the programs and services provided by Atlanta's Partnership Against Domestic Violence(PADV).

What is your deal-breaker in a relationship?  How do you set boundaries and create an expectation of happy, healthy relationships in your life? 

The Call To True Beauty returned Wednesday, December 3 at 6pm on WCLK with some answers. 

Host Daphne Walker was joined by CAU Psychologist Dr. Christopher Bass for this live, interactive talk show featuring your calls.  The Call To True Beauty deals with the real world issues of domestic and dating violence with the goal of helping you find happy, healthy relationships.

Kimya Motley didn't imagine she would be the victim of a horrific act of domestic violence.  But in 2011 she and her daughter were both shot in the head by her ex-husband and left for dead.  She and her daughter survived and she has persevered to become an advocate for domestic violence survivors.

Motley joined Host Daphne Walker on WCLK Wednesday, November 5 at six pm for The Call To True Beauty, a live interactive talk program designed to help you find healthier, happier relationships.