May 20, 2021
My fiancé joins me on this episode to talk about what it means to “be real” in a relationship and also her definition of what “normal” even means to her and to many women at large. We discuss how our relationship started, and how we were able to let our guard down over time despite our concerns. Relationships don’t have to be hard, and oftentimes we expect them to be, but if you allow yourself to be real and vulnerable, you can cut through a lot of the things that eventually show up later in your relationship that can be deal breakers. Bringing your “representative” to relationships can waste a lot of time getting to what’s really going to just be in the relationship. It’s better to get that stuff out of the way early rather than later so you don’t have to be so wrapped up emotionally and make it hard on yourself to get out of a bad relationship that really, shouldn’t have gone farther than the first date.
#boyswillbeboys features Ben Mazur of Alton, Illinois. An autistic grocery store worker that saved a toddler’s life with his quick action.
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