We sat down at a literal round table and discussed mental health with a surprise guest. For the sake of suspense, we're not telling you who the guest is, and the only way you will find out is if you listen to the episode. If that isn't enough to incentivize you then we can tell you that the episode is funny and informative just like all of our other episodes. Not that we're bragging (we are).
In life, people sometimes grow apart or come back together, but the most constant relationship you have is the one with yourself. In this episode, we help listeners find ways to nurture all the different types of relationships you encounter in life, ranging from friendship, to romance, to self-love.
Unbottle your teen angst and self-loathing because we’re going back to school. As recent graduates we’re official school survivors which means we’re instantly qualified to give advice on it. Class is in session (sorry).
It recently occurred to us that when this podcast inevitably goes viral some people might not know who we are (the audacity). To help new listeners, we recorded an episode all about us. And of course it was our longest episode to date.
Joey tolerated Janice for Chandler. Lorelai tolerated Dean/Jess/Logan for Rory. But not everyone is that accepting and sometimes your friends and family hate the person you are dating. In the last episode of our dating series, we help a listener whose friends and family don't like their girlfriend. Also, we give our take on lying and heartbreak.
We’re just two B*tches trying to dismantle the patriarchy. A question in the third episode of our dating series led to an important discussion everyone should listen to, whether you have to deal with harassment or not. We can only hope it serves as a call to action for people to come together and make real change.
Uh oh! You woke up and realized you have a crush on your friend. In the second episode of our dating series, we help guide a listener through this revelation and also answer the age old question: “Can guys and girls just be friends?” (Hint: Um, yeah?)
In the modern dating world, everyone seems to have been ghosted at least once. But what do you do when you are ghosted? And when does it stop being considered ghosting and start being considered emotional abuse? Join us in the first episode of our dating series as we answer these questions and share our own experiences with ghosting.
To celebrate Eryn’s birthday, Episode 5 is dedicated to The Handmaid’s Tale! Eryn discussed differences between the book and the TV show, Team Nick vs. Team Luke, and how the show relates to the political landscape of today. Happy birthday, Eryn!
To celebrate Callie’s birthday, this fandom episode was dedicated solely to the X-Files! We (meaning Callie) talked about the fandom’s complicated relationship with Chris Carter, Mulder and Scully’s romantic relationship, the movies vs. the show, favorite story lines, and more. Happy birthday, Callie!
In this mini-episode, we do our best to help one of our anonymous listeners tell their partner they are transmasculine. We also discuss how to keep up motivation and discover new interests outside of work and school.
College: A time warped place where everyone is crying but still somehow living their best life. That’s right, in this installment we sat down and answered some of our listeners most pressing questions about college. We gave advice on how to make the freshman year adjustment easier, picking the right major, and taking care of your mental health.
Our first episode is here, and to kick things off we ”reviewed” Avengers: Infinity War. Topics covered include the Russo Brothers vs. Joss Whedon, Loki’s fate, Gamora and Thanos’ relationship, saying goodbye to Phase 1 characters, and predictions for Avengers 4.