Patia Braithwaite is a life coach and relationship writer who is absolutely obsessed with love. She has over seven years of journalistic experience including a stint on the Emmy award-winning production team of the Rachael Ray Show where she pitched and produced a mass wedding for brides affected by Hurricane Ike. Her print credits include: The Huffington Post, Yahoo.com, Clutch Magazine, Bounce Back, Florida InsideOut, The Coral Gables Gazette and SingleBlackMale.org. Additionally, Braithwaite is working on a non-fiction book based on her theory that how men see God gives insight into their romantic relationships. She writes about this topic and more here at MenMyselfandGod.com where she’s discovered that men, herself and God are actually her biggest passions.
Braithwaite received her BA in Print Journalism with a minor in Speech Communications from Hofstra University, and has an MFA with a concentration in Fiction from Long Island University. She was the recipient of the 2010 Esther Hyneman Award in Fiction, and her short fiction has been published in various literary magazines including By The Overpass and Brooklyn Paramount.
Currently, Braithwaite is the founder of The Untitled Love Project, an intimate three month coaching program that helps really smart and ambitious people focus as much on inner-work as they do on outer achievement. Braithwaite prompts women to ask, “What would I do if I loved myself more?” She then helps support women as they take brave steps to live a more love-centered life.