J.T. has worked as a radio announcer and program director for more than 30 years in markets across the country including Washington DC, Pittsburgh, Miami, Atlanta, Houston, Nashville, Birmingham, Phoenix, and Cincinnatti. J.T. has extensive experience as a voice-over actor for radio, television, commercials and narrations. Jeff has also had numerous acting roles including commercials, theater and films. Look for J.T. in the movies "Hoffa" and "Striking Distance". J.T. is married to his lovely wife Judy, and they have two children, Michael, and Alexandra. "God has truly blessed me with a great family, good friends and good health, I am very thankful". When JT is not in the studio you can find him on the golf course, planning a trip to the beach, in the woods hunting(during season), or helping Judy out with another project around the house. "My wife is addicted to HGTV, and I love helping Judy with these projects. You know what they say, if momma's happy, everybody's happy".
Earlier this week, we heard a statistic about how four out of five women LIE to their boyfriend or husband. Obviously, lying is bad news for a relationship. But here are five other habits that ALSO ruin relationships . . .
1. Criticizing Their Family. If you don't get along with someone's family, it doesn't have to be a dealbreaker. But constantly REMINDING them isn't going to help. Even if THEY think their relatives are crazy, no one likes to hear their family being bad-mouthed.
2. Spying. If you're keeping constant surveillance on their Facebook, Twitter, or email . . . STOP. Obviously it's creepy, but you're also likely to overanalyze things and do more harm than good. Although if you're already at this point, your relationship may already be ruined.
3. Letting Yourself Go. It's bad for your health and overall well-being, and it sends a bad message to your partner . . . like, if you stop caring about yourself, you might have stopped caring about THEM, too.
4. Fighting In Public. It's natural to have the occasional argument, but fights that regularly spill out into the open are embarrassing, and rude to the people around you.
5. Allowing Problems To Fester. On the flip-side, biting your tongue and allowing problems to fester is just as bad fighting every chance you get. Basically, good communication is the most important part of a successful relationship.