In this episode, we have Storytime with our special guest, Actress, Comedian, and the Host of The Isabella Prida Podcast, Isabella Prida. Get ready to laugh as Millennial, Isabella talks about finding the love of her life at a gas station. Get ready to sit back and enjoy a lively discussion about love and dating during a pandemic, the worst date Isabella has ever been on, dating apps, and more. If you’ve never heard the term, “toxically independent,” sit back and listen in on this one. Sherley and Isabella close out discussing the importance of communication, how people change for who they want to change for and the little things that mean the world to us.
In this mini episode, Sherley discusses expectations for and from the podcast, Season 2 takeaways that will continue to empower us all, and what you can look forward to hearing in Season 3! If you want to share your takeaways from the last season or would like to be a guest (anonymous or not) on the podcast, be sure to reach out via email! Stay tuned for full length bonus episodes coming soon! Happy listening!
Continuing our discussion about marriage from a divorced woman’s point of view, Sherley, Kira, and special guest, Alicia Hawthorne dive deeper. You’re in for a great discussion on red flags, believing the best in our other half, parents and trauma, staying or going different paths, grieving, counseling, happiness and more. We close with the reminder of being grounded in who you are because marriage is not a game and the importance of tapping into our source of peace.
No one gets married and wants to get a divorce. How does one get to that point? Should you only get married once? Why is divorced so shameful? Your vows include the phrase, “till death do us part.” Does that mean forever? In this episode, we discuss all of this plus bittersweet lessons from divorce, rebuilding and preparing for the next relationship, living together before marriage with our guest, Alicia Hawthorne who provides insight and guidance on life after divorce.
Continuing our discussion about marriage from the LGBTQ point of view, Sherley, Kira, and Cultural Expert, Collincia Rouse dive deeper into discussing marriage in the LGBTQ community. We discuss the value of hetereosexual relationships and queer relationships, our first exposure to the LGBTQ community, sin in Christianity, acceptance in different regions, desiring children, sexual compatability, challenging our mindsets, and more.