Elizabeth and Andy discuss anxiety dreams and the art of being present before giving their unqualified advice to listener questions about how to address the heart of a weight problem, what’s the deal with leasing a car, how to navigate a relationship with a man who is a father and isn’t going “public” with your relationship, what to do about a friendship that ended without closure, and how to re-flame a sex life that is lagging due to schedules and stress? Enjoy!
Elizabeth and Andy discuss her recent foray into the world of mind expansion as well as what they’ve been legitimately arguing about lately (hint: starts with Bu, ends with Jo). Then they give their unqualified advice to listener questions about attending twentieth highschool reunions with your significant other, whether or not to get a wedding gift for a friend who did not do the same for you, how they got their start podcasting and what equipment they use, whether or not to move forward with an ex friend coming to visit even though it might be weird, and how to address a small but important lie you’ve caught your boyfriend in? Enjoy!
Elizabeth and Andy discuss pitching, the #bujo saga and they even learn each others i love you numbers! Then they give their unqualified advice to listener questions about reluctantly keeping a family secret from your husband, how to handle being a relationship with someone who in disinterested in pulling their financial weight, what to do about a boyfriend who is taking his sweet time saying I love you, what to do about a toxic friend and roommate, and lastly how to be supportive of a friend who is in denial about losing his mother? Enjoy!
Trigger Warning – Elizabeth and Andy go deep and discuss listener questions about child sexual abuse, the merit (or non) of porn in a marriage, and whether or not to move out from under overbearing parents or not. Not before we dive deep into BULLET JOURNALS though! #BUJO4LYFE. Stay tuned for this kinda intense episode, eeep!
Elizabeth and Andy discuss the purpose of worry, Frasier and ego before giving their extremely unqualified advice to listener questions about a lack of sex drive at a young age, whether to stay in an unsupportive marriage with five kids, whether to intervene with an ex who is suffering from mental illness, whether to go through with a marriage to someone who seems increasingly selfish, and if it’s normal to crave cuddling to an extent that it’s affecting your relationships? Enjoy!