It's part 1 of Gabby and Rachel's finale and Ben and Ashley are here to break down every piece of the drama! What ACTUALLY happened in the Fantasy suite with Zach?? Why was Zach apologizing? We have more questions than answers at this point. We take a hard look at the remaining guys and Ben shares Jessica's rapid fire prediction of which contestant will be the next Bachelor. And… is Tino's dad the new Barb??See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hi Everyone! Welcome back to another episode of the M.E.O.W. Podcast! Today's topic is Relationships, Situationships & Heartbreaks. We will be sharing some laughs about our experiences with heartbreak and how to overcome them. Heartbreak, relationships, and failed connections are a part of the human experience, here to help us grow as individuals. The more we learn our lessons and manage our emotions in healthy and productive ways, the quicker we can let go and integrate each experience into a moment of profound growth. We learn most about ourselves in relationships and connections because everyone is a mirror of the dialogue we have with ourselves. We hope you enjoy this episode and are left a little bit more inspired to enter connections from a conscious and aware state of mind. Join us on Instagram and TikTok to engage with our community and us. We would love to hear your thoughts and ideas on what topics you are interested in and connect!
In this episode we look at heartbreak and how it can often lead to breakthroughs. We tend to try to avoid heartbreak and can live in a state of protection which often shuts us down from living a full and happy life. What if we did not need to do that and we saw heartbreak in a new light? What if there was a way to have a different relationship with the pain we often feel in life. What if nothing needs to change other than how you see your experience for you to be okay. Join us on Unminding and take a deep dive into The Three Principles and how they create the breakthroughs that transform our lives from the inside out.FIND OUT MORE: https://linktr.ee/unminding DONATE: https://www.theunmindingproject.com/supportDisclaimer: The content of this podcast is provided for general information only. It is not intended to, and does not, amount to advice which you should rely on. They are not in any way an alternative to specific advice. You must therefore obtain the relevant professional or specialist advice before taking, or refraining from, any action based on the information in these podcasts. If you have questions about any medical matter, you should consult your doctor or other professional healthcare providers without delay. If you think you are experiencing any medical condition you should seek immediate medical attention from a doctor or other professional healthcare provider.Support the show
Sisters, Tonight we're talking about our university life experiences, how they shaped us and the importance of having good friendships. Life changes so much while you're in and after you've left university. Today we've discussed all that went wrong and what did not. Can having a fifth year be a blessing or a curse? Why was Usra's university life so great? Why can't Warda relate to Usra & Izza's experiences? Are all friends in university snakes? University's contribution to character development? Our incidents from our university time and what they taught us? How to be a good friend? Is a higher gpa worth it? What is Izza looking forward to now? Catch this and so much more in tonight's episode. Don't forget to subscribe and press the bell icon to catch on to some amazing conversations coming your way! Izza's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aapki.baji/ Warda's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/syedawardahali/ Usra's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/usramurtaza/ Follow our socials for more updates: • Humna's Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/humnaraza • Happy chirp's Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/happychirpofficial
In the latest episode of Make Time for This, Adam and Andrew discuss The Rehearsal, Nathan Fielder's on-screen persona, Nathan for You, and all of the laughs, tears and discourse that has surrounded his latest show. Warning: This episode contains spoilers for The Rehearsal, which are flagged up in advance in the episode. If you like what you hear, make sure to subscribe, follow on Twitter (@MakeTimeForThis), like us on Facebook, and come back on Friday for a Captured on Celluloid discussion about Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings trilogy. Following that, there'll be more TV talk next week when we drop in on House of the Dragon and Amazon's The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power. Make Time for This and the Gyro Step Podcast Network are proud to call Blue Wire's network of podcasts home. You can also follow Crewsing for a Brewsing, Talk of the Tundra, Gyro Step Podcast and Win in 6 Podcast on Twitter for more from GSPN! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week, host Hiwa Alaghebandian talks about the importance of facing your demons & not numbing from pain. She shares examples from people in her own life; comparing & contrasting how their lives evolved. She shows how the people who are able to face the pain & not numb from it ended up in a much better place in the long-term; whereas the people who avoided the short-term pain have been repeating the same cycle- and reliving the same pain- over and over again. Hiwa also talks about olives, chips, self-involved people on social media, Sydney Sweeney's mom's birthday party, pornography, the importance of spicing things up in long-term relationships, and funny guided meditations. She talks about how you can use your judgment of others for your own growth, gives her TV recommendations of the week, and has one of the best health & wellness tips you'll ever hear. As always, if you enjoy this episode, please make sure you are subscribed to the show to hear more, leave a 5-star review telling us what you liked about it, and please share with your community who you think would benefit from the episode. If you have any questions you want answered on the podcast, submit them to firstname.lastname@example.org or LEAVE A VOICEMAIL. You can also submit anonymously here. Follow us on instagram: instagram.com/blushpod instagram.com/hiwaaaaaaaa To learn more about the COURSES launching Sept 2: Heartbreaks & Breakups Picking Fights Decentering Romance --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blush-pod/message
In Episode 1233, Sean Woodley and Vivek Jacob (Raptors.com) reflect on the Vince Carter trade from the Toronto Raptors to the New Jersey Nets in the middle of the 2004-05 season, and the many returns Carter made to Toronto in which he destroyed his old team, leaving Sean and Vivek to ask the question: should Raptors fans maybe actually still be mad at Vince? Ultimately, the answer is probably no, because it was a long time ago and the Raptors have since won an NBA Title -- something VC never did -- but still, those early returns, which featured some huge scoring outbursts and late-game daggers, were truly miserable! Come re-live them with us, because being sad in a group is what sports are all about. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this extremely RAW, PERSONAL solo episode, Zara Barrie gives us an update on all the big changes she needs to make in her life. She talks: weight gain, eating disorders, creativity, feeling stuck, feeling depressed, not living her own life, and the scary/exciting journey of taking the long walk back to herself. This podcast is for entertainment purposes only! If you are struggling with your mental health you are NOT alone. Contact NAMI today: nami.org Follow @GirlZ Interrupted on Instagram! Follow @Zara Barrie on Instagram! Follow @Dayna Troisi on Instagram! For more mentally ill prolific content head to girlzinterrupted.com For Zara's latest personal essay (the one she read at Joe's pub) click the link below: https://girlzinterrupted.com/2022/06/21/cheers-bitches/ Help support this pod & and consider buying Zara Barrie's debut book: GIRL, STOP PASSING OUT IN YOUR MAKEUP
ABOUT THE EPISODE HEARTBREAK IS GOOD For ENTREPRENEURS It is better to have loved and lost than to never have loved at all. The Key to Success is Knowing That Failing Doesn't Make You a Failure That's because while starting a business is challenging and frustrating in itself, more so is the pain and heartbreak when you realize it is time to close and let it go. Much like a first love, your first business is something you will pour yourself into, heart and soul, so the idea of it coming to an end is enough to break anyone emotionally. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/adekunle-tolulope/message
In Episode 1232, Sean Woodley is joined by Joseph Casciaro (The Score) to look back at the Toronto Raptors' Game 7 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers on a missed Vince Carter buzzer-beater back in 2001, and why it still resonates as one of the great heartbreaks -- and what-ifs -- in Raptors history. Off the top, they discuss the epic series that lead up to the deciding game in Philly, Vince's decision to go to his UNC graduation the day of the game and why it's silly that it still gets held onto as a point of angst by some corners of the fan base, before diving into the absolute slog of a Game 7 that gave way to Vince's critical miss on the final play off the game. They also wonder what might have happened had the Raptors won that series, and even advanced to the Finals against the Lakers, and whether those outcomes might have altered the way the eventual divorce between Vince and team went down. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Being denied entry to the US, broken relationships, struggling with mental health, and Jasper's adventure of building a school in the middle of the jungle - We're super excited for you to check out this episode! Jasper: instagram.com/pstrjasper VJ: instagram.com/vjmatias
In Episode 1228, Sean Woodley and Freddie Rivas (Confederacy of Dunks) look back at the Toronto Raptors Game 1 loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2018 Eastern Conference Semi Finals. Sean and Freddie look back at the anticipation ahead of that series, and all the reasons why it seemed like the Raptors had to juice to pull off a long-awaited series win against LeBron James, as that Cavs team simply wasn't all that good, and had just barely scraped by the Pacers in the first round in seven games. They also talk about how Game 1 irreparably broke the team, the Game 3 buzzer beater by LeBron to all but end the series, and the fallout from the series loss. Lastly, they ask the question: do the Raptors win the 2019 championship if the Raptors go on to beat the Cavs? The answer might leave you feeling a little less sad about one of the most upsetting games in Raptors history. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In Episode 1227, Sean Woodley and Amit Mann (Yahoo! Sports Canada) reflect on the Toronto Raptors' Game 7 loss to the Boston Celtics back in 2020 Disney Bubble. They break down how incredible the 2019-20 team was, and what a shame it was that what seemed like a team of destiny had their year derailed by the COVID lockdown and league shutdown. They also dig into the elements of Game 7 that stand out most in their minds, including Norman Powell's many final-minute miscues, the Jayson Tatum offensive rebound that should never have been, Kyle Lowry fouling out in the last minute, and Fred VanVleet's doomed final possession that lead to a three that came up way short. Lastly, Sean and Ami consider what might have happened had the Raptors won that series. Would they have beaten Jimmy Butler and the Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals? And if so, would they have been served up for yet another loss to LeBron James, this time in the NBA Finals? Or would they have avenged the many pre-championship shortcomings against The King? Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
When Dreams Can't Come True Love, Dates & Heartbreaks July 31, 2022 I've never met a kid who didn't have a dream or two, or twelve, for their future. Even if they can't put it into words; even if their answer to the question, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” is “I don't know,” at some level they DO know that they want what every child wants... to belong. To someone, somewhere. We all want to be wanted. When our daughter, Lexi, was little, she loved to dress up as a princess, playing, pretending and dreaming about her future prince. No kid dreams about growing up and being alone. Because we all want to be wanted. But childhood dreams don't always come true. And even if, eventually, you found your prince or princess, it probably didn't happen without some heartbreak along the way. And we all know that even healthy relationships have their fair share of heartache. I'm Chris Voigt, Lead Pastor at Dayspring Fellowship in Keizer, Oregon. We are wrapping up our series, Love, Dates & Heartbreaks this Sunday. Over the past few weeks, we've talked about loving our people the way Jesus does, and what it means to date in a different direction than our culture. But we all know that even the best relationships take work; and even when you make the effort, you don't always get a fairytale ending. Sometimes the magic wears off, the princess stumbles and loses a shoe, or the prince falls off his horse and dreams get shattered. Perhaps you're facing heartbreak right now. Or maybe you've had more than your fair share and you've just decided to tap out of the relationship game. Because it's just too hard and hurts too much. Or maybe you care about someone who's in that place. I encourage you to join us this Sunday as we consider what God wants us to know about navigating heartbreak. The reality is that sooner or later, in one way or another, we all face heartbreak. But our hearts don't have to stay that way and you don't have to face it alone.
In Episode 1226, Sean Woodley by Oren Weisfeld (Complex) to kick off a series of shows set to drop while he's away on vacation with a look at the first of five great heartbreaks in Toronto Raptors history that'll be discussed in the coming weeks: the day DeMar DeRozan was traded for Kawhi Leonard. Oren details while the trade of DeRozan hit him so hard when it first happened, as well as how long it took for him to fully buy into the Leonard trade. Plus, they look back at DeRozan's emotional return to Toronto, and how Oren's philosophy on superstar deals has totally changed in the four-plus years since the trade and how it's affected his thoughts on the potential of the Raptors trading for Kevin Durant at any cost. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Groundhog Date Love, Dates & Heartbreaks July 24, 2022 You've probably heard it said that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result. Humans are creatures of habit. Those habits we live by can either be good ones; or, as is often the case, they can be not-so-good ones. The development of habits, whether they are good or bad, is the same... you keep repeating the same behavior, making the same choice, over and over and over. Eventually, your repeated choice creates a pathway in your brain – just like repeated footsteps create a path in the woods – that leads you to a particular destination or result. If you want to get to a different destination, you're going to need to take a different path. But clearing and creating a new path is hard work! I have a habit of working out every weekday. Some days I run; other days I go to the gym. Recently, I shared that I have a new fitness goal... to be able to do one handstand push-up by the end of summer. If I continue to just do my ‘default' workout routine, it's very unlikely that I'll achieve my goal. Running won't increase my upper body strength at all. Though it's a good habit, it won't get me where I want to go. Even if I increase my distance or improve my pace, becoming a better runner won't help me accomplish that handstand push-up. I must do something different if I want a different kind of outcome. We are in week four of our series, Love, Dates and Heartbreaks. Do you find yourself stuck in a rut, relationally speaking? Are you hoping for a different result with your next relationship? Or just hoping that something will change in your current one? If you want a different outcome, you're gonna need a different strategy! I'm gonna accomplish that handstand push-up. I've made some changes to my routine; I'm doing things a little bit differently. Is it easy? Of course not. I have to think a bit differently, and not just rely on my old habits. But I want the outcome enough to make the changes. Do you?
Welcome to DOMECAST join us as we engage in many interesting topics of conversation with no limits. Thank you to our special guest: Marco Rojas Follow us on all socials https://linktr.ee/Domecast Andres Soto - https://www.instagram.com/a.ndreess/ Jacob Valencia - https://www.instagram.com/_jacobvalencia_/ Marco Rojas- https://www.instagram.com/marhqo/
In this episode Sara is going to talk about her Heartbreaks to Happiness Online Support Groups. She created these to provide a safe, confidential community where you could come and share your stories and know you're not alone.
Five Rules For Dating Love, Dates & Heartbreaks July 17, 2022 It seems as if there are rules about absolutely everything. Every family has their own household rules. Things like, “If you made the mess, you clean it up.” Or, “No cell phones at the dinner table.” Maybe, “Homework before screen time.” You know what I mean. Every sport has rules. There are rules for driving, rules for grammar, rules of law, and rules for games. If you're playing dominoes at my house, I don't care what the rules on the box say, we're playing by Voigt rules! Which brings up an interesting point... rules can change from one place to another. There are differences between the driving rules in Italy versus the United States versus Peru. Actually, in Lima the rules are more like suggestions, but you get the point. It's important to know and follow the rules that apply in your setting. The word ‘rule' can be traced back to the Latin word ‘regula' which meant ‘straight stick, bar, or ruler.' The root word, reg, means ‘to move or direct in a straight line.' Have you ever bought what we commonly refer to as notebook paper when stocking up on school supplies for your kids? It comes in wide-ruled or college-ruled. Ruled refers to the straight lines printed on the paper. Rules tell us which way to go. Where to write on the paper, which lane to drive in, or what you must do when you're down to your last domino. And if you don't... there's a price to pay. We are working our way through a five-week series called, Love, Dates & Heartbreaks. We've spent a couple weeks talking about love. This week we're taking a look at five rules for dating. As with all the other types of rules we've considered, these rules for dating have a purpose; they are intended to help you know which way to go when it comes to building a relationship with a potential romantic partner. I suppose you could just wing it... but successful relationships are cultivated intentionally. Even if all you turn out to be is friends, don't you want to develop that friendship in a healthy way? I don't know anyone who is anxious to leave a string of broken relationships in their wake. No rules relationships result in heartache. But choosing to play by these dating rules will help you build connections that will allow both you and your significant other to thrive, regardless of how you ultimately define your relationship. Healthy relationships are worth the work. Let's play by the rules.
We have so many different types of relationships throughout our lives. They have such an impact on us, and without them, life truly would feel so empty. Over the past few years, I've had to navigate through relationships ending, and it might not be what you're expecting.In this episode, I'm sharing a few of my biggest lessons learned, some hard truths about friendships, and most importantly, ways we can start to heal.xo, Caroline. To leave a Review on Apple, scroll down just a little to see the Unleashed Ambition Link under the Information Section. Then, scroll down until you see Reviews! ⋙Instagram: @caroline.s.davis⋙Tiktok: @caroline.s.davis
The Fine Print Love, Dates & Heartbreaks July 10, 2022 Between the German fairy tales written by the Brothers Grimm and classic Disney princess movies, the phrases “Once upon a time...” and “...they lived happily ever after” have pre-disposed generations of girls and boys to believe that happy endings require only a little bibbity bobbity boo and a sprinkle of magic. And though we all know that to be successful, real-life relationships require a lot more than that, somehow, we seem to think that we can have the fairy tale ending as long as we find the right person and wish upon a star. There's just something about the idea of having to work to build a great relationship that sounds so... unromantic. But in the real world, if we want the fairy tale, we need to know how to navigate the gap between once upon a time and happily ever after. Last week we began a 5-part series called Love, Dates & Heartbreaks. We're looking at what it really takes to build and sustain healthy, successful relationships so that your chances of a “happily ever after” are more than just a wish your heart makes. I invite you to join us on Sunday as we dive a little deeper into what it really means to love well. Relationships, whether you're actively dating, waiting, or married, can be successful, rewarding, and deeply satisfying. It will require a bit more than a few magic words and some pixie dust, but the benefits are more than worth the effort! Let's figure it out together!
In the conclusion of this two-part episode, our guests share their heartbreak stories. We also discuss what is the best way to have a breakup and recover when you have a heartbreak. Have a seat and enjoy this interesting episode as we host Moyin and Wunmi.
The Right Person Myth Love, Dates & Heartbreaks July 3, 2022 How do I love thee? Let me count the ways. I love thee to the depth and breadth and height My soul can reach... These opening lines of Sonnet 43 are often wrongly attributed to Shakespeare. But William didn't have a monopoly on the writing of sonnets or the topic of love. Sonnet 43, more commonly known as How Do I Love Thee was written by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. She wrote the poem to the man who would become her husband, Robert. The year was 1844 and Elizabeth was one of the most well-known and best-selling writers in England. The popular, handsome and younger Robert Browning, who was also a poet, decided he wanted to meet her. She agreed and upon meeting, they talked together for hours. Their connection deepened as they began corresponding with long, passionate letters. Elizabeth and Robert were in love. This week we're beginning a 5-part series called Love, Dates & Heartbreaks. We all know it's complicated. Love…complicated. Dating…complicated. Heartbreaks…complicated. No matter if you're married, single, divorced, or remarried, relationships are just complicated. This series can help you get it right. As for Elizabeth and Robert...well, they were an odd pair. Robert was six years younger, handsome, fit, healthy, and socially well connected. Elizabeth, on the other hand, was practically confined to bed with a serious respiratory condition and a spinal problem. To make things even more complicated, Elizabeth's father refused to allow any of his 12 children to court (that's the Victorian word for ‘date') or to marry! And if they did, he disinherited them! But, undaunted and deeply in love, the young couple secretly courted for two years, then quietly married. Sadly, Elizabeth was disinherited by her father. She and Robert went to live in Italy, and historians tell us she never spoke to her father again. Love is complicated. Relationships are complicated. But the good news is that they don't have to be! I invite you to join us as we take a look at the whole topic of relationships and how to make sure yours are healthy.
We talk about how we got through getting our hearts broken Enjoy the episode and don't forget to share it with your friends. And as always, We Will Apologize Later if we offend anyone. Follow us on Twitter on @WAL_podcast https://twitter.com/WAL_podcast. #podcast #Ghana #GhanaPodcast #GhPodcasts #Society #Culture # Relationships #Love #Breakups --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/well-apologize-later/message
In this two-part episode, we discuss about the ups and downs to casual dating. Is it preferable to being in a serious relationship and can it lead to something more serious or it's doomed to fail. Our guests also share their heartbreak stories. Have a seat and enjoy this interesting episode as we host Moyin and Wunmi.
I had several experiences of Heartbreaks with friends and that's because if I consider you as my friend, I see you as my family. Vangie has always been so special to me but of course there had been a lot of situations that contributed to the metamorphosis between us but we remained friends perhaps I learned to be independent from her which I know she knew how much I wanted her to stay in my house all the time when we were young, but people change. The best thing that ever happened to us was the chance God gave us both to reconnect and she was able to see my life here in Taiwan. Vangie will always be special to me and to my kids. It was just so special how my heartbreak with my first ever soul sister Vangie, despite the pain and growing apart for so many years, we clicked the moment we saw each other eye to eye in Taoyuan International Airport arrival area. I recognized her and so did she. And for me, this is real friendship. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Trillsteen and Cory kick off this week talking about the key to getting through heartbreak (well, Trill's heartbreak since he's the only one of the 2 with a heart) staying busy and not being so damn needy. Cory talks about a long-legged beauty who got up and walked out of his life, serving as a lesson to not get complacent when you have a good thing. Trillsteen gives some advice on focusing on your productivity and hobbies in a real way, which will make you naturally recover from rejection and quickly replace what you lost. The guys also talk about how the Chris Rock slap will affect comedians in the future, and Cory reviews the new Kendrick Lamar album. Dripping With Jewishness and Chocolate: [2:02] Trillsteen Is Going Through 3 Heartbreaks in just 72 Hours
Our hosts are back and diving into some really juicy topics. Tune in and listen to our hosts talk about how they have dealt with heartbreak numerous times. Plus, listen to our hosts discuss cheaters and their take on how they would handle infidelity in their romantic relationships.
Denna veckan gästas vi av Hanna Friberg. Som vi liksom följt i??? Ja sedan vi fick en dator framför oss typ. Vi pratar om heartbreaks. Om att våga släppa in någon som sedan sviker. Hur går man vidare? Vågar man fortsätta tro på kärleken? Sen blir det positivitet. Att alltid försöka ha ett positivt mindset och vad det gör med en. Om att söka sig själv och vad man vill och om att hamna i blåsväder och få utstå massa hat, istället för kritik.
Is spirituality just a trend? Is mental health just an excuse to slack off? And when does karma end?! Today we tackle life questions... Hope you enjoy! Get 25% OFF + Free shipping with promo code IEINFRIENDS at liquid-iv.com Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code IEFRIENDS at MANSCAPED.com! Take The Mic!https://forms.gle/nSf7f2YKqSgxRBur8 Subscribe to us Patreon for exclusive episodes!https://www.patreon.com/ieinfriends Follow I.E In Friends here:https://linktr.ee/IEinFriends Follow I.E In Friends here:https://linktr.ee/IEinFriends Saul V GomezInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/saulvgomez/Twitter - https://twitter.com/Saulvgomez_ Cesar SoteloInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/iknowcesarTwitter - https://twitter.com/Caesar__0 Aaron CaraveoInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/airball_10/twitter - https://twitter.com/aaron_caraveo Time Stamps!00:00:00 - Having control of your dreams00:02:29 - Too many Streaming Services00:04:43 - Reaction to Canelo Losing00:10:37 - Manscaped00:13:27 - Fuqq Boi Faxxx00:15:51 - Joshua Tree00:20:07 - Guy friend dates valid?00:23:07 - Spirituality is a cult?00:27:37 - Are you depressed or just lazy00:32:08 - Is burning out real?00:37:06 - Side hustles that make you rich00:43:23 - Girls ain't loyal00:46:40 - Huge Relationship Red Flag00:49:04 - IE in Chisme00:52:05 - Heartbreaks suck00:57:46 - Bad Bunny in an open relationship00:59:14 - Un Verano Sin Ti01:00:32 - Take the mic01:16:07 - Getting your virginity back01:24:18 - Homebody activities01:27:10 - When does Karma end01:33:40 - Patreon Shout outs01:42:16 - Patreon Exclusive episode
Our buddy Josh stopped by to talk about some of our favorite albums off of Vagrant Records! Be sure to check out the Spotify playlist we made based on this episode: https://spoti.fi/38l4G0F (https://spoti.fi/38l4G0F) Follow Champion Vintage: https://www.instagram.com/champion_vintage_okc/ (https://www.instagram.com/champion_vintage_okc/) Follow Mixtapes & Heartbreaks: https://www.instagram.com/mixtapes.heartbreaks/ (https://www.instagram.com/mixtapes.heartbreaks/) See Josh playing with Shut Up Matt Jewett at 51st Street Speakeasy on Thursday, May 26th!
Whether your relationship isn't working, but you're struggling with the fear of starting over – or you're going through a recent breakup and feeling scared to be alone, this episode is for you. Head to lifegoalsmag.com for more personal development articles, resources, courses, and workshops for becoming your best self. Music by Justhea - Chill Vibes
Hey Girlypops, TikTok queen Ally Yost is here to discuss everything under the sun when it comes to friendships, relationships, and breakups! Ally has amassed over 1.4 million followers who all tune in for her heartfelt relationship advice (seriously, it's game changing!) and even to watch her iconic makeup looks. This week, Ally takes us through red flags, serial daters, peer-pressure, and even recognizing if you have codependency patterns. Not to mention, how to cope when people walk out of your life... This is a 10/10 episode for anyone who needs a push to let go of the things that no longer serve them and step into their power! Better Help: betterhelp.com/REAL for 10% off Macy's: Mother's Day is around the corner! macys.com/giftfinder Booty by Brabants: Shop online now for 15% off using our exclusive code REALPOD at bootybybrabants.com Produced by Dear Media
In this episode of Hidden Potential Podcast, Sarah welcomes John Romaniello. John shares a lot about polyamorous relationships, open relationships, BDSM practices, and all things kinky. John explains the dynamics that he built with his partner when it comes to flirtation, connection, and sexual encounters with other people. Despite being a taboo topic, John very easily shares the concept and main ideas of these topics. John also talks about how important it is to be honest with the partner and how keeping an open dialogue is nothing but beneficial for both sides of the relation. Confidence is built through honesty, and having equality in a relationship is the key to make it all work. You will also learn what falls into the category of “kink practices”, what BDSM really means, and how to know if a person is willing to experiment. Tune in! “You can create specialness, but we all have this need to be special, we all have this need to be chosen, and what polyamory does is: it shows a mirror that my ego wants so desperately to feel that of all the human beings in the world, I am somehow superior for my partner.” – John Romaniello Key Timestamps [01:32] – Round of personal questions; [06:11] – John explains the spectrum of polyamory; [09:17] – How past relationships made John feel trapped; [12:48] – Monogamy as a practice is a social condition; [19:28] – Managing our curiosity towards polyamory; [21:52] – The dynamics of an open relationship (healing traumas); [25:00] – The idea of communal living and open relationships; [27:57] – John explains the hierarchy of polyamorous relationships; [33:29] – How do we measure success in a relationship? [37:34] – Heartbreaks can bring pleasure or pain; [44:28] – Feeling a sense of emotional and sexual property is part of us; [46:38] – John talks about his relationship with his fiancée; [55:39] – Sharing things is nothing but beneficial for the relationship; [01:01:35] – Attachment styles (avoiding hard conversations); [01:07:10] – John's definition of “kinky” practices; [01:11:50] – How the dominance/submissive dynamic works; [01:22:54] – John's personal experiences with BDSM; [01:27:21] – John explains how he started to share about these topics; [01:30:13] – How meeting new people happens for John. Related Links From Animals into Gods by Yuval Noah Harari About John Romaniello John Romaniello is an entrepreneur, NY Times best-seller author and a coach for 7-Figure entrepreneurs. You can find him talking about polyamorous relationships and different sex practices on BDSM in his social media profiles. Connect with John Romaniello! Instagram: @johnromaniello Website: www.johnromaniello.com Connect with Sarah! Instagram: @saffarisarah CEOwned Free Mini Course
The Ball is shrinking! We're down to the sweet 16 after an electric opening two rounds of March Madness. Everyone's bracket is busted and that's okay because the games have been fantastic and the Sweet 16 is upon us! In today's episode we discuss the biggest moments of the first two rounds and rattle off our sweet 16 picks! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fsports/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fsports/support
This week Waji joined me to discuss the latest EP "The Pity Party". We discussed heartbreaks, support from family and so much more Check out: https://music.apple.com/ca/album/the-pity-party-ep/1605967481 https://open.spotify.com/artist/5cKac6PsXUdsu0sm4Xdm49 ✌
Casey Venus joins Jeff to talk about his childhood, his marriage, and his professional journey. They cover a handful of topics related to their local area, including wild mushroom foraging, local cuisine, and the local nightlife. We hear from the saga of Casey's romantic life including the story of his first orgasm, which might surprise you. Also, I believe we got his second orgasm in there too. And of course Jeff chimes in with his own sexual anecdotes in a manner that would be so inappropriate under any normal circumstances that he had to create his own show. Additional topics include: the career of Billy Zane, repressed memories, Christian-rock music, podcasting, Chuck Barry vs Chuck Barris, Joe Rogan's use of the N-word, and the formation of a brand new political party called the Gun-toting Liberals party (GTL). Jeff's lovely daughters join him for the intro to reiterate that this episode is for adults only. The content is graphic in nature and while hilarious, may not be suitable for younger listeners. Keywords: ASMR; Youtube; NFTs; Cult of Meerks; Ukraine; Russia; misophonia; Billy Zane; The Mummy; Dwayne The Rock Johnson; Zoolander; Hollywood Video; Robinhood Men in Tights; Dave Chapel; Cancel culture; censorship; Russel Brand; Joe Rogan; Apple Podcasts; UFC; Qanon; mushrooms; Matsutake; psilocybe; cooking; culinary arts; Religion; theology; Puritanism, sexual health; masturbation; sexual fantasies; repressed memories; sexual abuse; sexual education; kinks; deviance; romance; guns; violence; salmon; salmon fishing; salmon habitat restoration; Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife; salmon hatcheries; steelhead fishing; black bear; trophic cascades; The Apprentice; Trump; economy; Covid-19 relief; Reddit.com; Discord servers; Google; fermented foods; kimchi; Hawaiian plate lunch; teriyaki chicken. music: Incessant, Ofelia Moore Still Fly, Revel Day Links · Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ramblebytheriver (Patreon.com/ramblebytheriver) · Website: http://ramblebytheriver.com/ (Ramblebytheriver.com) · Business: email@example.com · Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jeff.nesbitt.9619/ (https://www.facebook.com/jeff.nesbitt.9619/) · Instagram: https://instagram.com/ramblebytheriver (https://instagram.com/ramblebytheriver) · Twitter: https://twitter.com/rambleriverpod (https://twitter.com/rambleriverpod) · Podcast host: Ramblebytheriver.captivate.fm
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In this episode we got to take a deep dive into the life of music as we know it which is commonly referred to as Kanye West. Next lets talk drugs, sex, and the need to overtly color your eyelids. That's rite folks we talking bout' Euphoria and the madness within. So be sure to give this episode a very special listen as we explore beats, bitches, and Battlestar Galactica. Follow Us!!! @tedandedshow @Thetedmosbee @Dednemesis