Does Society Today Take Freedom of Speech Too Far? – S3E56

Does Society Today Take Freedom Of Speech Too Far?

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Ryan considers me the comedic troll of the TRP trio. It’s all good and fun, but Ryan feels things can get awkward and out of hand at times. Hence, the many times he says “WOW.” In today’s episode, we talk about the impact of freedom of speech and how it elicits issues today. Ryan found an article from Polygon, Steam Game About Raping Women Will Test Valve’s Hand-Off Approach, about the stance PC Game Publisher Platform Stream maintains in regards to freedom of speech. This is the result of a game release called ‘Rape Day’ produced by Desk Lamp, which was being reviewed for distribution. Rape Day is a game where the gamer plays a rapist. Many media outlets and netizens have strong opinions on this game.

Does Society Today Take Freedom of Speech Too Far? Outline

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Holiday Breakup: Is This The Best Time For Couples To Breakup? – S2E43

Is The Holidays The Best Time For Couples To Break Up?

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The holiday season is among us! Thanksgiving has just passed and Christmas, X-mas, Kwanzaa, and New Years is just around the corner. It’s that time of year to be thankful for all your blessings and maybe dump your partner. Like Ariana Grande says, “Thank you, next.” According Hephzibah Asaolu, Coffee Meets Bagel guest blogger, it was determined that 2 weeks before Christmas and Christmas Day are 2 of the 7 most popular times that relationships end (7 Popular Times of the Year Relationships Break Up). So let’s talk about holiday breakups during this awesome time of year.

Holiday Breakup: Is This The Best Time For Couples To Breakup? Outline

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Are You Annoyed With Relationship Double Standards? – S2E42

Are You Annoyed With Relationship Double Standards?

 

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We’ve been doing a number of workcentric episodes so Andrey felt like it would be a good time to switch it back to talking about romantic relationships. Namely, he wanted to talk about double standards. There’s this article on lovepanky.com named “12 Double Standards in Relationships & Why They’re Toxic AF.” 12 is kind of a lot so let’s go with the ones that stand out the most and see how many we can get through.

Are You Annoyed With Relationship Double Standards? Outline

  • Making fun of clothing choices.
    • Typically speaking, women can make fun of men’s fashion choices, but it seems so faux pas for men to turn the tables.
  • Rules about who you can and can’t hang out with.
    • This one isn’t very gender or orientation specific. Sometimes partners are held to different standards when it comes to who they’re “allowed” to hang out with.
  • Initiating the first moves – or any moves.
    • This one goes back to our episode about dates vs meetups. It’s the archaic notion that men need to initiate any action in hetero relationships.
  • Not having sex when you don’t want to.
    • Seems like it’s more acceptable when women do this than when men do.
  • Being demanding and controlling.
    • It generally seems to be more socially okay for the woman or the wife to be the ultimate decision maker. If the man is, then he’s considering too controlling of a person.
  • Having someone else buy you drinks.
    • Once again, it seems to be more acceptable for a woman to accept drinks than it is for men to.
  • Seeing any movie she likes but she never sees his.
    • This could also refer to any social activity, whether it be conventions or shows. You often hear about husbands getting dragged places to where it’s a stereotype. This may or may not be true anymore, but I’m sure all of us have been in this situation.
  • There’s also another similar article written from a woman’s perspective. Given that we don’t have a woman on the show this week, it wouldn’t be fair to give our opinions on it, but if you want to read that side of it, be sure to check out the link in the copy. We may want to revisit this topic again.
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QFA: The Quest For Answers Featuring Dr. Events [P1]- S2E26

QFA - Quest For Answers ft. Dr. Events S2.Episode 26 P1

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TheRelationshiPodcast is on a Quest For Answers, we knew we were missing the female perspective on our podcast. This is something that our friend’s and fan base has voiced as well. It is fortunate we have Dr. Events, Elaine, to be our female panelist to represent her whole gender. I believe Elaine could provide great insight into this because (1) female perspective, (2) 20-something demographic, and (3) the industry that she works in. Elaine is an entrepreneur and wedding event planner so she must have a wealth of knowledge from working with partners as they work to their big day. Today, Dr. Events and the TRP will take the journey for our Quest For Answers.

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Can You Have A Successful and Healthy Relationship Without Trust? – S2E23

Can You Have A Relationship Without Trust S2E23

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The basis of a long lasting & healthy relationship is trust in your partner. But is it possible to be in a relationship without trusting your partner? Several months ago, the millennialdatingcoach posted a poll on her Instagram. The question was “Do you trust your partner?” When I clicked Yes, the results of the poll was shocking to me; 50% Yes and 50% No. I reached out to Marquita (millennialdatingcoach) to be a guest on TheRelationshiPodcast since she is certified counselor with LPC, NCC, and DCC credentials.  

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What Is Your Take On These Relationship Clichés? – S2E19

What Is Your Take On These Relationship Clichés?

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Ryan’s pun game is always on deck.  These past episodes I’ve [John] been dropping puns like panties.  I [John] guess it’s because I’m board (bored). Anyone catch that?  Deck and board? Har har har. Like puns, it seems many people are just as quick with relationship clichés; I [John] am most definitely guilty of doing so. Today we talk about some of these relationship clichés. The TRP team will discuss our thoughts on their meanings and people’s perception of what they could mean.

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What Is Your Thought On Relationship Second Chances? – S2E17

Have you ever given a relationship a second chance? Some of us have never given anybody a second chance [Ryan].  Ryan felt the need to explore this topic as he has gotten older and encountered people who have given their old flames a “second chance” to rekindle the passion. People always say “once a cheater/deadbeat/loser/whore always a cheater/deadbeat/loser/whore.” Is that really the case or is it possible that people can turn over a new leaf?

What Is Your Thought On Relationship Second Chances? Outline

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Does Anyone Think Chivalry Is Relevant To Our Generation? – S2E15

Chivalry is today’s topic of episode 15. I’m honestly surprised this hasn’t come up in any previous episode, but I think there might be a reason. Not to presuppose anything, but we’ve all heard people say, “Chivalry is dead.” Everyone has an opinion on this, but it rarely gets discussed at length. Before we get into modern chivalry, perhaps it would be wise to go over the history of chivalry and what it has meant historically. Chivalry was an informal moral and social code founded by the cavalry during the Roman Empire under Charlemagne and adapted by knights in the middle ages. It had more to do with warrior conduct, nationalism, and piety in those days. Today, it has been morphed and adapted many times to where most people ascribe their own definitions to it. So let’s get right into it.

Does Anyone Think Chivalry Is Relevant To Our Generation? Outline

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The Importance of Relationship Building Through Travel – S2E14

Who doesn’t like to travel? In 2018, Millennials and Generation Z is obsessed with wanderlust. Through each Instagram frame, it’s a race to sensationalize your vacation experiences. However, traveling for work takes on a whole new meaning and to the extreme can also be daily living (e.g. traveling across states to make additional income). Listen all the way to the end of the episode because we have an announcement for a special giveaway to enhance your travels.

The Importance of Relationship Building Through Travel Outline

  • How does traveling define your life?
  • Why do you feel the younger generation feels more inclined to travel now than previous generations
  • Why do other countries prioritize traveling compared to the US?
  • Pros and Cons for each
    • What are your thoughts on people who travel between states during the workweek?
    • Why is it important to travel with friends?
    • Why is it important to travel with a significant other?
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Why Are We Taking So Long To Get Married In This Generation? – S2E13

In previous episodes, we have spent a fair share of time talking about dating.  We have discussed what the dating landscape is now compared to our youth.  So I think it’s a natural transition to talk about; marriage.  Specifically, why is this generation taking so long to get married or delaying marriage?

Why Are We Taking So Long To Get Married In This Generation? Outline

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