Season 2/ Episode 52: The Lessons that 2020 Taught Us

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Look at Yourself

In this week’s podcast episode, Tony and Jill reflected on the biggest lessons they learned about themselves.

Tony joked that he didn’t learn a darn thing. Meanwhile, a big change for Jill was learning to be content with the present, the now.

Both agreed that self-reflection is important to do. After all, we all want to be best versions of ourselves, right?

We Want to Hear from You

What is the biggest lesson you learned about yourself and others this year? Tell us your answer either in the Comments section below or by calling us at 404-594-2247 and leaving us a voicemail. We’d love to know more about you, our listeners.

Thanks to you, our podcast is now two years old! We appreciate your support.

Season 2/ Episode 21: When Your Age Gets in the Way

In this week’s episode, Jill and Tony discuss their realization that they may be too old to engage in activities that were once no problem to do. 

Season 2/Episode 19: When Change is Deliberate

In this week’s episode, Jill and Tony discuss what happens when at least one person in the relationship wants to make a life-altering change. 

Season 2/Episode 5: Find the Courage to Love Again

In this week’s episode, Tony and Jill discussed why all of us need to learn from our previous relationships and love again.

Season 2/Episode 2: Listen to the Man, my Husband Says

Can you believe Tony told Jill to “listen to the man”? Check out their discussion.

Episode 52: New Year, New Relationship Goals

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Tech Op/Editor: Anthony Cordova
Music: Gifford Ivan Cordova III
Art: Nick Zinkie
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Prioritize Your Relationship

We did it! We did a year’s worth of podcasts. Thank you for listening.

The start of a new year often brings reflections about the past and goals for the future. In this week’s episode, we discussed setting goals for relationships.

Tony told listeners–once again–to run if they see something early on in their relationship that rubs them the wrong way.

Meanwhile, Jill said that if you’re looking to start a new relationship in 2020, leave your house. Your mate is out there somewhere.

For those who are already in a relationship, she urged you to look for ways to grow together.

Both Jill and Tony have more advice:

  • Make your goals actions that you can control.
  • Remember that we can’t control what others do or think.
  • When your goal is met, set a new one to become your best self

What relationship goals do you have for 2020? Leave your responses in the comments section.

Also, we still want you to submit topics for us to discuss. You can do so by either sending us an audio file or by simply putting it in the comments section.

Thanks again for your support.

Episode 38: When Your Relationship Changes Because you Did

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Tech Op/Editor: Anthony Cordova
Music: Gifford Ivan Cordova III
Podcast Art: Nick Zinkie
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Expect to Evolve, Hope to Grow Together

In this week’s episode, Tony and Jill discussed how much they’ve changed since they first met. In their case, they believe their change, especially when they changed together, helped them reach an all-time high in their relationship. In essence, they believed their changes–individual ones and those they did as a couple–were mostly positive.

Jill brought up the times her changes resulted in a significant weight gain. She thanked Tony for not loving her any less.

Jill told listeners to avoid being a dream killer.

As always, she has other tips:

  • Expect change. Few people stay the same forever.
  • Embrace growth. Change is often a sign of moving forward.
  • Avoid staying in the past. Remember that you can’t change what has already happened, but you can grow and progress in the days ahead.

Tony advised listeners, when meeting someone, to really take the time to know the person.

He suggested they also do the following:

  • Be honest with yourself and with each other about changes.
  • Consider that change can either enhance or destroy a relationship, but don’t make snap judgments about it.
  • Strive for open communication, no matter the changes.

In what ways have you changed during your relationship with your significant other? How did your partner respond? Have you followed any of Jill and Tony’s suggestions? Which ones? Leave your responses in the comments section at the bottom of this page.

Thanks as always for your support. Join Jill and Tony in person at their first meetup related to this podcast. Details are near the top of this page.

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