There’s no way around it -- marriage is tough. After the exchanging of “I Do’s” and a blissful honeymoon, reality sets in. And the reality is: marriage is hard work. There are highs, and there are lows, and they both require serious time and effort. So what happens when you’ve reached your breaking point and you’re no longer interested in putting in said hard work?
Well, if you’re familiar with her research, you contact Eve Rodsky, the author of Fair Play. In each episode In All Fairness, we’ll hear from a real life individual about a significant moment in their relationship that pushed them to their limit. Eve, along with a special guest, will provide commentary and advice infused with humor and hope.
How it works: Eve will kick off each episode by introducing herself and chatting with her guest about today’s episode. From there, they’ll dive into the theme and story. Eve is contacted by hundreds of people seeking her advice, so we’ll hear one of their stories during the podcast. The stories shared will be real, emotional, and help our audience feel as though they’re not alone. Afterward, we’ll open it up to our guest for their perspective before getting Eve’s take, coupled with helpful tips from her book, Fair Play.
Packed with comedic commentary, relatable stories and heart, In All Fairness is a fresh look at modern day relationships and a reminder that we’ve all been there.
Ellie and Jared Mecham Talk About Why the Little Things Have the Biggest Impact
Ellie and Jared Mecham discuss the little things in their relationship that impact them the most - for better or for worse. Listen in to how these YouTubers divide and conquer.
Shan Boodram and Jared Brady on Managing Marriage Expectations
Newlyweds Shan and Jared discuss what it means to manage expectations as a young married couple.
Catt Sadler and Eve Rodsky on the Imbalance of Gender Labor
Catt Sadler and Eve Rodsky discuss what it means to be the default (read: “She-Fault”) parent, the notion that all time is created equal, and the elusive Happy Marriage Formula.
Lance Gross on Building a Future That Feels Like Home
Values, intentional expectations, and transforming a bachelor pad into a family home: these items are all on the menu as new parents Lance and Rebecca Gross open up about their strengths and weaknesses.
Tanika Ray and Eve Rodsky on Single Parenting and the Need for Support Systems
Tanika Ray’s life on the red carpet isn’t all glamour. Ray reveals the good, the bad, and the ugly throughout her journey as a single parent in the limelight, and how her own upbringing informs her parenting style.
Whitney Port and Tim Rosenman on Resolving Conflict in the Household
Whitney and Tim discuss the importance of communication, and why simply saying what’s on their minds helps them work through tough times more efficiently.