Roommate Issues, Marry Me Now, Used For Sex – S3E68

Roommate Issues, Marry Me Now, Used For Sex

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Podcast episode 68 is titled Roommate Issues, Marry Me Now, Used For Sex. TheRelationshiPodcast gives advice to people that write in. The big disclaimer is that they did not write in to us. Yes, we will be giving our 2-cents on all your love problems whether you like it or not. Doctor Ryan, Drey, and John are in the building.

Roommate Issues, Marry Me Now, Used For Sex Outline

*Please be advised that S3E69 will be the last episode of the TRP forever (Releasing 07/01/19)

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Do Any Of You Find Having Sex Is A Chore Now? – S2E34

Do Any Of You Find Having Sex Has Become A Chore

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Is sex a chore now? This topic came about because I was listening to a podcast episode, The Chore of Sex, by Relationship Hot Topics with Hank Davis and Rebecca Ryder. After listening to it, I think I can relate that sex is a chore sometimes. I’ve had a few long term relationships (over 1 year) and sometimes the sexual excitement definitely dissipates. You still love them, but the sexual fervor you once had is not the same anymore. I was curious if other guys or even if women have experienced this.

Do Any Of You Find Having Sex Is A Chore Now? Outline

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Sex Debate: Morning, Night, Anytime? – S1E13

Sex Debate: Morning, Night, Anytime?

 

 

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Men and women have sex (Yaaaass, please!!).  Men and Men have sex (Is that a banana in your pocket or are you happy to see me?).  Women and Women have sex (Meeoow).  The greatest part of being human is to have SEX, especially if you are in a loving and committed relationship.  Well, it occasionally occurs when you are not in love and/or committed as well.  However, is there a time of day that you prefer to have sex?  Most of the time the TRP Team agree on things, but it seems we differ in when we like to bump uglies.  Therefore, this episode is the great 2017 Sex Debate: Morning, Night, Anytime?  This topic “came” about from Debatable on Buzzfeed “Morning Sex Vs. Night Sex.”  You can watch it HERE.

Sex Debate: Morning, Night, Anytime? Outline

  • Who initiates more sex regardless of the hour, Men or Women?
    • Why?
  • Morning Sex:
    • What are the Pros?
    • What are the Cons?
  • Night Sex:
    • What are the Pros?
    • What are the Cons?
  • Doesn’t matter (Anytime and/or surprise) had Sex:
    • What are the Pros?
    • What are the Cons?

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Scratching done by DJ Indoe (Drey).

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Episode 12 (Recap) –The Bar of Standards.  Check it out here.

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Cohesiveness allows for Healthy Dating Relationships- Dating- S1E6

Cohesiveness is important in all healthy relationships, even in festivals like these that celebrate corgi cohesiveness at SF's Corgi Con 2017.Episode 6 (Listen NOW!) – Cohesiveness allows for Healthy Dating Relationships according to Andrey… What is really at the core essence of this relationship trait?

What keeps people together? By definition, it’s usually some sort of cohesiveness. However, every couple can have a different reason for staying together. Some people like being with uncanny versions of themselves. Some people are nothing alike, but that’s what they love about each other. Also, it could just be about the sex. Let’s be real, everybody knows at least one couple that they think is just in it for the sex. The question is, is there anything really wrong with that?

As Andrey mentioned previously in Episode 5, he and his fiancee have absolutely nothing in common. So what does he think his secret is? Is it opposites attract? Or rather is there something underlying that’s the source? As he tries to unpack his own conclusions on the matter, John and Ryan chime in with theirs. Tune in to find out how we dissect the issue of cohesiveness.

Cohesiveness Outline

  • Is it maintaining a healthy sexual relationship?
  • Common ground vs Complimentary traits
  • AND MORE!

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Episode 5 (Recap) – John goes in deep with The Relationship Podcast about Deal Breakers.  Check it out here.

This is the NON-SALTY Disclaimer: ‘We at The Relationship Podcast do not discriminate based on race, sex, sexual orientation, income level, political affiliate, religion, or creed. These opinions are solely based on our own unique experiences; our opinions are not the rule. We are always open to EVERYONE’S personal life experiences and opinions. At the end of the day, we can always agree to disagree. Please enjoy the podcast.”