Ah, wedded bliss! The charming melodies of your partner chewing, every dirty dish stacked to perfection, passionate dialogue that is definitely NOT yelling! Real-life couple, Emily & Nathan explore the mirth and the myths of long term relationships.
What's more important to you: buying things or buying experiences? Do you prioritize building a comfortable savings or paying down debt? Are you an "in-the-moment spender" or a "long-term investor"? In this week's episode, Emily and Nate ask each other...
No, it's not an episode about some gelatinous molded tofu blob we had at Aunt Martha's house last Sunday... today, Nate and Emily discuss jealousy. How it happens, who it affects (hint, it's all of us), why it's toxic, and how they were finally able to...
Travel Trials & Tribulations
When it comes to traveling with someone, are you a wanderer or a planner? Is your travel companion the opposite? How can you respect their priorities and still get the most out of your vacation? And when you do manage to find a travel groove with...
The All or Nothing Marriage
Ever feel like you're constantly climbing up the marriage mountain with no summit in sight? What is it that makes marriage harder than it's ever been, but also more rewarding? In this week's episode, Nate and Emily discuss their favorite book on...
In Part Two of this two part series discussing the #MeToo movement and relationships, Emily and Nate dig into how the conversation transitioned from an external conflict to one that they discovered was very close to home. Also, this week's giveaway...
What is marriage like in the midst of the #MeToo movement? In Part One of this two part episode, Emily and Nate explore their initial reactions, their individual connections with the movement, and how the collective conversation forced them to look at...
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Doing the Work
I was on the road for like 10 hours today, and so I binged all 9 episodes. What an amazing journey! Emily and Nate approach their relationship with compassion, grace, humor, forgiveness and understanding. But it’s all because of the work they’ve put in that makes it so gratifying. I certainly learned a lot about my own shortcomings in my most recent relationship. I look forward to sharing in their journey moving forward.
LOVED this episode and LOVE these two people! They haven’t been married for 50 years but they have 50 years worth of insight, thoughts and ideas about marriage.
Makes me want to hang out with them on a socially distanced porch with a mimosa and talk about marriage and relationships.