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Season 3/ Episode 16: How Much Should You Change to Make Someone Happy?

In All Seriousness

Compromises Make Relationships Work

In this week’s podcast episode, Jill and Tony discuss compromises and how much someone should change to appease a loved one.

You can’t please everybody nor should you try. Yet, Jill and Tony believe compromises make relationships work.

We Want to Hear from You

How much do or have you changed to make your relationship work?

Leave your response in the Comments section below or as a voicemail message when you call 404-594-2247.

We look forward to hearing from you.

 

 

Season 3/ Episode 15: Reasons to Stay Several Steps ahead of Others

In All Seriousness

It’s about Helping Others

In this week’s podcast episode, Jill and Tony discussed why they purposely try to stay at least two or three steps ahead of each other.

Surely, they are not alone in that quest.

We Want to Hear from You

Do you try to stay steps ahead of your partner? Why or why not?

You can either call us at 404-594-2247 and leave a voice mail message or leave your response in the Comments section below.

 

Season 3/ Episode 14: Time to Stop Judging Others

In All Seriousness

Do What Works for You

In this week’s podcast episode, Jill and Tony discussed the factors that make all kinds of relationships work.

Hint: It involves the individuals in the relationship.

We Want to Hear from You

Describe what type of relationship you have. Why does it work for you? What wouldn’t work for you?

You can leave your responses in the Comments section below or call 404-594-2247 and leave a voice mail message.

Jill and Tony also mentioned a new audio-only course about empathy that they are teaching on Listenable. You can listen to that here. If you also want to subscribe to Listenable, you can do that here at a discounted rate.

Thanks for listening and for your support.

 

Season 3/ Episode 13: When You Need to End Friendships

 

In All Seriousness

Sometimes You Have to Let People Go

In this week’s podcast episode, Jill and Tony discussed the times when they haven’t liked each other’s friends.

Did that strain their relationships? You’ll have to listen to find out.

We Want to Hear from You

In the meantime, we want to hear from you. Have your friends and partners interacted well? If your partner didn’t like your friend, what did you do?

You can leave your response in the Comments section or leave us a voicemail message by calling 404-594-2247.

We hope to hear from you soon.

 

Season 3/ Episode 12: When You Repeat the Same Mistakes

In All Seriousness

Don’t Listen to the Devil

In this week’s podcast episode, Jill and Tony discuss the numerous times they have repeated the same mistakes.

Their advice? Stop that cycle, but, of course, that is much easier to say than do, especially if doing it that way is all you know. But you don’t have to try to break that cycle alone. Listen to the podcast for more advice about that.

We Want to Hear from You

In the meantime, tell us how you have stopped repeating the same mistakes. You can leave your response in the Comments section below or call us at 404-594-2247 and leave a voicemail message.

We hope to hear from you soon.

Season 3/ Episode 11: Respect People’s Boundaries

In All Seriousness

Do the Right Thing

In this week’s podcast episode, Jill and Tony debate what boundaries are appropriate in relationships and the importance of respecting them.

Tony seems to have a problem always respecting one of Jill’s boundaries, and she cannot understand why.

We Want to Hear from You

What about you? What are your boundaries and do your loved ones respect them? Why or why not?

You can leave your response in the Comments section below or call 404-594-2247 and leave a voicemail message. We hope to hear from you soon.

Season 3/ Episode 10: When You Rub Off on Each Other

 

In All Seriousness

Be Wise with Your Influencer Selections

In this week’s podcast episode, Jill and Tony discuss how they have rubbed off on each other and why you should be selective about the people you spend time with the most.

People influence each other, of course, and that can yield positive and negative results.

We Want to Hear from You

Tell us about a time when you have either rubbed off on someone or they rubbed off on you. Was it a positive or negative experience? Why or why  not?

Leave your response in either our Comments section below or as a voicemail message by calling 404-594-2247.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Season 3/ Episode 9: The Pros of Pole Dancing

In All Seriousness

Consider Learning New Things

In this podcast episode, Jill tells Tony why she is considering pole dancing lessons.

Tony is excited about that, of course, but he still managed to say something related to it that Jill didn’t like. You’ll have to listen to hear what that was.

Tell Us What You Think

In the meantime, let us know what you think about your spouse or partner learning new things without you.

You can either leave your response in the Comments section below or as a voicemail message by calling 404-594-2247.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Season 3/ Episode 8: Need Some Time Away from Others?

In All Seriousness

Set and Respect Boundaries

In this week’s podcast episode, Jill and Tony discuss why it’s healthy to spend time away from each other at times.

The flip side of that is that sometimes that can go wrong or be unhealthy.

We Want to Hear from You

Is there a person in your life that you want to be around at all times? Why or why not? Do you find that you need or want space from your partner? What happens? Please leave your response in our Comments section or call 404-594-2247.

 

Season 3/ Episode 7: It’s Post-Valentine’s Day: Now What?

In All Seriousness

Show Love Each Day

In this week’s podcast episode, Jill and Tony discuss why Jill doesn’t care for Valentine’s Day.

Her reason is quite simple: love should be shown every day.  Who can argue with that?

Tell Us What You Think

Is Valentine’s Day a big deal to you? Why or why not? Please tell us your thoughts by either writing your response in the Comments section or by leaving us a voicemail by calling 404-594-2247. We look forward to hearing from you.

 

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