We believe that we are all creators of our own realities.
Everything is possible and impossible at the same time.
If we change our perceptions, the world around us will change.
In this podcast, we examine everyday life situations using a practice of honest self-reflection, clear communication and optimistic realism.
Our goal is not to tell you what to do as we cannot claim to know the solution to every problem.
We can only demonstrate our approach to living and express what we believe.
Hosted by Daria Hackenberg and Hollis P Monroe.
Can we choose to love someone?In this episode, we ask: Is love a feeling or choice? In trying to find an answer, we share our fairly strong and different points of view.
Throughout our conversation,
We examine the theory of one person who believes that love (or more specifically, being open to love) is always our choice.
We discussed the role of love in an abusive relationship...
People on the street were asked this question by actors from a popular German comedy show but the answers they received in the actual segment were not nearly as interesting as comments under the video.
One man had such a particularly grandiose justification of his position that we had no choice but to devote an entire episode to giving our take on his premise...
We have touched upon the importance of communication and open dialogue in quite a few of our past episodes. In this episode, we decided to talk about it specifically and so we invited a professional linguist, Professor Tiffany Dyson (@tiffetzjiff) to inform the conversation.
Tiffany shares some of the knowledge she has gained about communication through the language research in which she is involved as well as through her personal life experiences and travels...
In this episode, we have replied to and discussed some of matching questions from the OkCupid dating app.
Listen to our answers to some of these questions and topics including:
1. How many dates do you wait to have sex with someone that you’re interested in?
2. Do you believe that you are more intelligent then most of the people around you?
3. Do you find intelligence more sexually appealing then physical beauty?
Almost every day, we compare ourselves to other people. Often we take someone as an example of what we think we should be. We want to be able have what they have or do what they do. And very often, we become upset or jealous because we are not as beautiful, successful, or happy as someone else seems to be...