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Season 3/ Episode 32: The Problem with Work Spouses

In All Seriousness

Are Labels Necessary?

In this week’s podcast episode, Tony and Jill debate the topic of work husbands and work wives. Listen to why Jill hates the term.

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Season 3/ Episode 2: What Will You Do First When or If Covid-19 Restrictions Are Ever Lifted?

In All Seriousness

Safety Is Always a Must

In this week’s podcast episode, Jill and Tony discuss the things they will do when or if Covid-19 restrictions are ever lifted.

They both said they miss hugging loved ones, but washing hands and giving people space are things they would continue to do.

Tony also came up with an idea for daters. Listen to the podcast to learn more about that.

 

Season 2/Episode 36: Holidays with Loved Ones

In this week’s episode, Jill and Tony discuss what can happen when you get together with your family and friends or your partner’s family on a holiday.

Season 2/ Episode 31: When You Need Your Space and Alone Time

In this week’s episode, Tony took the podcast to a new low by talking about bathrooms and commodes. You’ll have to listen to all the crap he spewed, pun intended. 

Season 2/ Episode 30: Are You a Star?

In this week’s episode, Jill and Tony debated who is the star of their relationship and this podcast. Who do you think it is? Listen to their response.

Season 2/ Episode 29: Do You Tell Too Much?

In this week’s podcast episode, Jill and Tony debated how much is too much information when you reveal details about yourself or your relationship. 

Season 2/ Episode 28: When Is it Time to Speak up for Yourself?

In this week’s episode, Jill and Tony talked about tolerance levels and knowing when to speak up for yourself. 

Season 2/ Episode 25: Everyone Dislikes Something

In this week’s episode, Jill talked about the one thing she despises doing, even though it’s a necessity: going to the grocery store. 

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