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Hygiene Mistake!

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Totally Married Podcast

Episode 73

Andy made a questionable personal hygiene choice and shares what the fallout has been, as well as a discussion about negativity before answering listener questions about dealing with grief as a couple, fighting the engagement blues, whether or not to be honest about your “number”, how to deflect negativity, and what to do when your partner’s relationship with someone else doesn’t feel quite right. Enjoy!

6 Comments!

Jacquie F says:

Andy’s commentary on the “number” question was pretty hilarious but I do agree with Elizabeth on this one. This guy might only be 20 but trust me there are other guys who are 20 that aren’t immature assholes, they just don’t get as much recognition. It is impossible to know all the details of the relationships but just from what was in the question he sounds like a loser I would definitely dump him.

Michelle says:

Elizabeth, have you thought about making your own deodorant/anti-perspirant. If you google “homemade antiperspirant” there are tons of links but they all seem to be some combination of coconut oil, baking soda, and arrowroot powder/cornstarch. Seems easy enough and might save you money in the long run. I hope it works for you!

Richard C says:

The number thing with guys is totally about being insecure. It’s childish. There’s just no reason to be dating most college age guys. This is coming from someone who used to be one. Just have fun and worry about pairing off later. Don’t let anyone make you feel bad about sleeping around. Do whatever the fuck you want.

warg says:

Seriously, fuck that numbers dude. No one should make you feel ashamed for your sexual history. He’s a shitty-pants baby and he needs to spend some time alone so he can figure out what is important.

Guy Handel says:

Figured I’d put this here since this is the most recent podcast the idea of “shared intimacy w/ someone not your spouse” has come up. It’s about a female rabbi, so there is some talk of judiasm, but her choice doesn’t seem based on religion (as a non-Jewish person though, I could be missing something). Anyway, it looks like Elizabeth has more support for her perspective on this. http://www.tabletmag.com/jewish-life-and-religion/134992/female-rabbi-male-friends/2

Guy Handel says:

I should add that it is not to say I necessarily endorse either the article or Elizabeth’s viewpoint, just that they seemed related and thus of possible interest to everyone.

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