Married Life Podcast
Best Way To Ruin your Marriage
They are back from their hiatus to give you the best way to ruin your marriage, humorously, toward precisely how not to behave in your most cherished relationships.
Looking At Others
In most relationships, looking at others can get you into some serious trouble with your partner. Ria and kNERO chat about why it shouldn't be a big deal.
This week Ria and kNERO Lapaé discuss the possible issues in interfaith marriages in America. Also, Ria gives us insights into her marriage with kNERO while he was practicing Islam and how they handled their different beliefs.
Secret Days Off
Ria and kNERO end the week with a very interesting topic they call the "Secret Days Off". Don't want to give away what that means, so I highly recommend you to sit back and enjoy the ride!
Keeping Them Out
On this episode, kNERO and Ria talk about why they keep their families and friends out of their marriage. Venting and seeking advice from someone outside of your marriage may be tempting but, is it worth confiding in them about your marriage? Will they only make it worse?
There's a reason why every doctor asks about your parent's medical history. It's because our parents will always pass down something through generations. But for this conversation, it's about the upbringings!
As they say, money is the root of all evil. Ria and kNERO kickback "counting stacks" ending this week with another episode discussing the causes of possible breakups or divorces by money issues within a relationship.
Co-parenting can have a negative stigma attached to it. It doesn't necessarily have to be a negative thing, co-parenting can work just as well as a home with mother and father. Its all about understanding and accepting the fact that the child is the only one that matters after a divorce. Any animosity from the past based on the relationship with the parents needs to be set to the side.
Do All Black Men Cheat?
Ria and kNERO talks about the benefits of communicating through writing to express one's emotions for each other in a relationship, to avoid heated arguments and cheating.