Most people live there lives and collect some sort of plan along the way about how their life will play out. Some even have things like 5 and 10 years plans. This is all well and good, but what happens when those plans don't play out as expected. Can you handle a course change? What do you do when the plans you made don't work out like they are "supposed to"?
In laws are the people that come along with that person you have chosen to love. Sometimes they are great, sometimes they are a challenge. But no mater who they are and how they are you can be sure there are lessons to learn.
Yeah, yeah I know you don't want to make waves, don't want to inconvenience anyone and want to avoid any kind of conflict. Well guess what with all that passive action you life is probably not as awesome as it could be.
Are you living your life in passive voice and why are you doing it?
I love, love, love movies, particularly romantic ones. Once upon a time those movies helped shape my ideas of love. Well I'm much more grown up now, but are these movies still haunting my ideas on love?
What is your favorite romantic flick and has it helped or harmed your love life?
but do you need to stoop to their level and release your
wrath? What purpose does it serve?
Have you ever gotten revenge on someone "who done you wrong"?
I have never been a baby kind of person. I mean they are great for other people but for whatever reason I never got that baby-making bug, the clock never ticked, an alarm never went off. Dave and I thankfully were on the same page about kids when we got married and spend this podcast sharing our feelings about babies and why we aren't having them.
This is our New Year's Day show! First of all, lighten up on yourself about those resolutions. It's great to have some goals that aim you towards change and growth, but don't beat yourself up over your past. Today we talk about making some changes in your life and also being compassionate about your progress.
Do you have romantic resolutions for the new year?
It's the end of the year and a perfect time to clear out your literal and emotional clutter. If you don't you are just clogging up your space and won't be able to let all the awesome in.
What clutter can you let go of and make some room for awesome?
Travel is a really great test of your relationship. It's sort of like a microcosm of your relationship. How do you handle the stress of missed flights, getting lost and being in a foreign land. If you can weather that you might have a fighting chance at a good relationship.
Do you travel well with your partner?
Now that Dave and I have been married for a year. We thought it was best to revisit this legally binding decision and see how we feel about our marriage now. Was it what we thought it would be? Do we want to keep this party going?