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Relationship Edition Episodes

These episodes focus on people striving 4 more in love and relationships. Hear how they have navigated life through the ups and downs of dating, love, marriage, and/or divorce.


Jeremy Zizmor

The money conversation between couples is most often a difficult one. It is rare that each person sees eye to eye on finances. According to Investopedia, money and debt are the top 2 marriage killers. If the couple does not agree to set a plan for a common shared goal, there may be difficulties on the horizon. So what are the best ways to manage your finances to avoid killing your marriage?

Tim Owens

Dealing with a relationship breakup is never easy. You have shared experiences and memories with this person, so it is understandable that it would be difficult to move on. Tim Owens shares some tips to deal with breakups and moving on with your life to find the next great person to share memories with.

Sharika Brantley

Discussing topics associated with sexuality seems to make some people blush. Sharika Brantley shares how she helps couples explore intimacy to create a strong bond in their relationship. There has been a sexual revolution brewing in our culture allowing women to comfortably embrace their sexuality and feel free. Warning: This episode contains adult content that is best suited for listeners 18 and over. 

Ryan Mahle

Till death do us part. That statement is usually included in the vows during marriage ceremonies between future spouses. But sometimes spouses part before death. It’s called divorce. Did you know there’s actually a National Divorce Day in January? I’m sure there’s no surprise at the alarming statistic of the number of marriages that end in divorce. Most of us know someone or even a couple of someones who’ve been through a divorce. Whether the marriage ends by death or divorce, they are both an emotional process.

Chris Reed and DeShanna King

 Wikipedia defines interracial marriage as a form of marriage outside a specific social group involving spouses who belong to different races or racialized ethnicities. In the past, it was illegal to marry someone who has a different race than you in the United States. Interracial marriages did not become legal throughout the US until 1967 following a decision from the Supreme Court case Loving v. Virginia.

Travis and Dr. Atina Young

At some point in our lives, many of us have found that one person who we feel we have an ultimate connection to. We decide to continue our life journey with this person. We may even decide to start a family with children. But what happens when you both want to pursue highly demanding careers? What is the secret formula to finding the balance of family and career so everyone gets what they want, and no feels unfulfilled?


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