PODCAST 39: Good Grief: A Better Way to Overcome Loss

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PODCAST 39: Good Grief: A Better Way to Overcome Loss

How to survive losing a loved one.

Join us for episode 39 as we sit down with Jake Beaver, owner of the 4D Podcast Network, as he opens up to us about losing his father and brother all in the same year and discusses how to keep life on track after it feels like it's fallen apart. 

 

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PODCAST 38: Is it Normal or is it you Pt. II

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PODCAST 38: Is it Normal or is it you Pt. II

We answer 25 more questions to see how normal or strange each of you really are. Do your answers align with your partner’s? Does it matter? PART TWO!

Does it matter?

Chat it out, snuggle up, answer along with us and listen in as we keep it real and unedited (yikes) and fact check ourselves and you with what the world says is normal with REAL google answers, FOR THE SECOND TIME!

 

Warning: Explicit content

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PODCAST 37: Is it Normal or is it You

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PODCAST 37: Is it Normal or is it You

 

25 Questions to see how normal or strange each of you really are. Do your answers align with your partner’s? Does it matter?

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Does it matter?

Chat it out, snuggle up, answer along with us and listen in as we keep it real and unedited (yikes) and fact check ourselves and you with what the world says is normal with REAL google answers.

 

Warning: Explicit content

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PODCAST 35: Can Therapy Give You Clarity?

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PODCAST 35: Can Therapy Give You Clarity?

Could talking to a paid professional make you happier?

Listen in as we discuss reasons you might want to overlook the social stigma and give therapy a try. We also shed some light on a specific type of therapy called EMDR,  a therapy that has been proven effective when it comes to dealing with trauma. 

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PODCAST 31: Critical Questions for Significant Others

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PODCAST 31: Critical Questions for Significant Others

Things to ask to spark a deeper conversation & bring you closer together with your partner.

We discuss and answer ourselves, 10 Questions to try to spark conversation and a better understanding of your partner. From fighting to birthdays to sex. We discuss questions to ask one another for you to feel closer to your partner. 

Special shout out to our little helper, the book: 365 Questions for Couples

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PODCAST 30: Coping with Family Mental Illness

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PODCAST 30: Coping with Family Mental Illness

What happens when you have to be your parent's parent?

Join us as for a more personal talk as our co-host talks about how she grew up, coped and tried to understand how to help a parent with a serious undiagnosed mental illness —schizophrenia and depression.

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PODCAST 29: Outside Influences on Our Emotions: Group Confessions

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PODCAST 29: Outside Influences on Our Emotions: Group Confessions

Do others decisions and experiences shape or change our own emotional behavior?

Join us for part 3 of 3 as we discuss how outside influences affect our emotions. Listen in as we have an in-depth conversation about the biomechanics of what shapes our emotions and future, featuring special guests Heather Dahlgren and Chuck Ruther.  

Stick with us as we trudge through the sarcastic and goofy updates in the intro. We promise we'll get to the good stuff and confess what makes us react the way we do (happy, angry, sad or in-between) and what we can do to more effectively communicate why that is or work on changing it. 

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PODCAST 28: Outside Influences on our Emotions: Men's Edition

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PODCAST 28: Outside Influences on our Emotions: Men's Edition

Where did "boys don't cry" come from anyway?

Join us for part 2 of 3 as we discuss how outside influences affect men's emotions. Learn more about what outside influences affect men's personal lives (and how this could affect their partner and relationship) and how we all can better learn to do something, feel something, and ask how to fix something if it's needed.

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PODCAST 27: Outside Influences on Our Emotions: Ladies Edition

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PODCAST 27: Outside Influences on Our Emotions: Ladies Edition

Are outside influences affecting you or your relationship?

Get down with us for ladies night and learn more about what outside influences affect women's personal lives (and how this could affect their partner and relationship) and various ways to work through them or understand them.

We also hit on 3 things women feel when it comes to female competition.

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PODCAST 23: Gathering Your Wits to Survive Family Gatherings

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PODCAST 23: Gathering Your Wits to Survive Family Gatherings

How to cope when you wanna say nope.

The Social Reserve and guest Matthew Bailey help you get ready for any and all upcoming holidays, reunions, and birthdays. Shawn does lots of hand farts in this episode (our apologies) but we promise we talk more about dealing with everyone at the family dinner table. Like how to answer the same question 7 times.

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PODCAST 22: Dating Algorithm hacks IRL

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PODCAST 22: Dating Algorithm hacks IRL

What should you be doing in real life that you're not already doing?

The Social Reserve, Austin "Awesome" Smith and a special surprise guest get ready to discuss dating hacks for real life, not just for your online dating profile. 

You won't want to miss this hilarious podcast. We guarantee you'll laugh at least once.  

 

Includes a special shout out to Aldi's.

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PODCAST 21: 10 Easy Things you can do to be a Bomb-ass Leader

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PODCAST 21: 10 Easy Things you can do to be a Bomb-ass Leader

Friendly yet firm?  How to be a friendly yet respected manager or leader.

After we're done being super chatty about candy, local restaurants and the quan we discuss how you, yes you, can become a bombastic-totally fantastic, friendly, fun, fearless leader of cool (No prior experience necessary).

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PODCAST 20: Tips on Inspiring the Doofus in Your Life

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PODCAST 20: Tips on Inspiring the Doofus in Your Life

Inspire everyone around you to be better, especially your favorite dum-dum. 

We've got some advice for the clueless.

We all have one (the clueless dummy) and we love them anyway, but they could stand to listen, understand, or communicate better. Don't get frustrated and give up - Let us try to help. We'll give you a few ideas you can try before you freak out or cry.
 

 

Bonus... We talk about how you can accidentally fart on your own arm. 

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