68 episodes

We Still Like Each Other the podcast is a space curated by two married 30 somethings, proving that the honeymoon stage does not have to end in marriage. Newly married couples have to duck and dive negative comments like “oh just wait til you’re 5 years in” or “oh this is just the honeymoon stage”. They want the world to know they can keep their pessimistic comments to themselves! Travis and Stephanie debunk relationship myths while diving into social, emotional, trending, personal, and relationship topics. They keep it real and raw while being open about their infidelities, sex life, family dynamics, disagreements and money. Their podcast has also become an outlet for other people to share their dating and relationship stories seeking advice or just wanting to share a laugh. On their segment “Oh So Ya’ll Can Relate” they share listener submissions anonymously while giving their honest advice and raw commentary. So whether you’re single, dating, or married We Still Like Each Other is sure to keep you entertained via audio or visual podcasting. Stephanie’s infectious or obnoxious laughter, depending who you ask, combined with Travis’ sex operator or Allstate commercial guy voice is quite the combo.

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We Still Like Each Other the podcast is a space curated by two married 30 somethings, proving that the honeymoon stage does not have to end in marriage. Newly married couples have to duck and dive negative comments like “oh just wait til you’re 5 years in” or “oh this is just the honeymoon stage”. They want the world to know they can keep their pessimistic comments to themselves! Travis and Stephanie debunk relationship myths while diving into social, emotional, trending, personal, and relationship topics. They keep it real and raw while being open about their infidelities, sex life, family dynamics, disagreements and money. Their podcast has also become an outlet for other people to share their dating and relationship stories seeking advice or just wanting to share a laugh. On their segment “Oh So Ya’ll Can Relate” they share listener submissions anonymously while giving their honest advice and raw commentary. So whether you’re single, dating, or married We Still Like Each Other is sure to keep you entertained via audio or visual podcasting. Stephanie’s infectious or obnoxious laughter, depending who you ask, combined with Travis’ sex operator or Allstate commercial guy voice is quite the combo.

    Episode 067: Masculine VS Feminine Energy

    Episode 067: Masculine VS Feminine Energy

    Stephanie and Travis are back after taking a week off to recharge and recalibrate. What is the logic behind why we can be super productive while we are clocked in at work, but then lack productivity while working on personal projects? Is it just decades of conditioning? Are we burnt out? Whatever it may be, Stephanie and Travis are working on developing a new relationship with productivity. 

    While on an interactive live recap last week, the topic of masculine vs. feminine energy was brought up. It is very complex but Stephanie was intrigued with the separation of masculine and feminine energy from male and female. Meaning gender expression is separate from how masculine and feminine energy impact our behavior.

    Lastly, they were inspired by an article in which Kiara Luna, LMHC was featured in discussing mistakes to avoid in the bedroom. They discuss suppressing your desires, fantasies and kinks. What are the top 10 kinks Americans fantasize about the most? They try their best not to kink shame, but there were a couple of kinks that just required an eyebrow raise.

    Sources:
    https://medium.com/sex-with-a-side-of-quirk/5-scary-sex-mistakes-to-avoid-34f1db3d737b
    https://www.menshealth.com/sex-women/a33338854/kinks-fetish-list/
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    • 1 hr 12 min
    Episode 066: Two Hurt People

    Episode 066: Two Hurt People

    This week Stephanie and Travis reflect on which love language they use to love their friends. Stephanie’s “friendship love language” may be outdated considering how her life has evolved. Travis unfortunately wasn’t able to identify his “friendship love language”. Maybe from a lack of friendships or a lack of expressing love. 

    On “Did You Know?” Travis tells us about yet another unfortunate side effect of hormonal birth control. A reminder that men should pay up cause women pay way more in non-monetary ways. From menstruation to child birth to menopause. 

    Stephanie is candid about how she disappointed herself this week by speaking to both Eli and Travis in a way that does not reflect her healing. Why is it that we try to justify our negative behavior? It is easy to blame others for triggering us, but what if we took responsibility for our own actions? 

    Lastly, for almost everyone, infidelity is a deal breaker. The big relationship NO NO. But, that is easier said than done. What does a relational therapist say about the reasons people cheat? How do we decide when a second chance is warranted? Why are we more understanding of the person who is shamed into silence but not the person who was falsely entitled into narcissism? 

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    • 1 hr
    Episode 065: Dreaming Of My Ex

    Episode 065: Dreaming Of My Ex

    Did you know, “married women are more than twice as likely to use a vibrator than non-married women?” Great more rhetoric that implies your sex life dies when you get married. It’s honestly not surprising anymore. But what if we flipped that idea on its head? Team work makes the dream work, sometimes a vibrator is on the team.   
    This week Stephanie and Travis discuss wet dreams. Wait… aren’t wet dreams limited to teenage boys? Actually they are a lot more common than we think and happen to both men and women even in adulthood. Sex dreams can be tricky when in a committed relationship. What happens when your partner isn't the co-star in your dreamland fantasies? Are our dreams trying to tell us something or are they just a random combination of our memories?  
    “Oh So Y’all Can Relate” is back with an obvious case of trauma bonding. Unfortunately this one involves a love triangle of sorts, with one side leading to a healthy marriage, one side leading to the reunion of a trauma bond, and the other leading to giving up on love. Having recurring thoughts about our exes is normal, until it's not. Where do we draw the line? This story also serves as a reminder as to why we need to cut off all ties from our toxic exes. Including ending relationships with their friends and family.
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    • 56 min
    Episode 064: I Married A Liar feat. Tabitha & Pete Fields

    Episode 064: I Married A Liar feat. Tabitha & Pete Fields

    What in the world convinced two 21 year olds to get married while the rest of us were trying to figure out the right water to shots ratio to avoid a hangover? Tabitha and Pete Fields try to help Stephanie and Travis make sense of it. Six years, one baby, buying and selling a home, and moving to a different state later, they still like each other. We all know marriage comes with challenges, mostly because two people who have lived as individuals now have to learn how to live relationally. Doing this before their brains had fully developed into adult brains came with its unique but relatable challenges for the Field’s. From pathological lying to navigating and reducing erratic and intense emotions.

    They refused to model the broken homes they lived through, so they leaned into mentorship to save their marriage. They also speak very candidly about how intentional they were to deliberately change behaviors that they learned in childhood. They identify childhood trauma not to live in the victimhood, but to acknowledge and heal.

    Oh and we have a question for y’all, who is worse? The passive aggressive person or the person that is outwardly angry and direct? The answer may lie in perception.

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    • 1 hr 29 min
    Episode 063: The Levels To Childhood Trauma

    Episode 063: The Levels To Childhood Trauma

    It has been a hectic couple of weeks for the We Still Like Each Other family. Is mercury in the microwave to blame? Or is life just life-ing?

    This week Stephanie and Travis discuss our inner child vs. our adaptive child. One is curious, creative, and forgiving, the other is living out a trauma response. One can be nurtured and celebrated in our adulthood and intimate relationships, the other is a relationship killer. Is our intimate partner responsible for healing our childhood trauma? Or is it our job to reparent ourselves?

    Lastly, a listener posed a very important and scary question for us “breaking generational wounds” parents. “Are we prepared for our kids to talk about where we f****d up at? The same way we talk about where our parents f****d up at?” Honestly, we’re shook, but it would be grandiose of us to think that our children will think we are perfect.

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    • 59 min
    Episode 062: It's Just A Piece Of Paper

    Episode 062: It's Just A Piece Of Paper

    It’S jUsT a PiEcE oF pApeR. Dig into the WHY you are opposed to marriage. Are you truly just holding onto a false sense of control? Are you believing the false narrative that sex suddenly stops? Whatever your reasoning, talking negatively about marriage in front of married people is wack. Stephanie and Travis discuss other people's problems when they give their two cents on the Nia Long and Ime Udoka scandal.

    After having a 20 minute argument mid episode, that had to be cut, yeah it was that bad, Stephanie and Travis share that they created a free resource available for couples on their website. Remember that marriage meeting that went mini-viral? They created a template for those wanting to give it a try.

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    • 1 hr 9 min

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306 Ratings

Dalexmommy ,

Love this podcast!

You guys are amazing! Thank you for being so open and honest!

JonyAl ,

Conversation Starter Podcast

I love listening to this podcast to be a conversation starter between my spouse and I! My husband and I love having marital debates and this podcast gives us the material to do just that! I love how much Stephanie researches to educate not only herself, but also her audience. I love to see Travis’s vulnerability as he grows throughout each episode.

CB Jones ❤️ ,

Love y’all!

Im 25 and I’m getting married in 59 days and I have been listening to y’all’s podcast for a while now. I listen on my way to work and share little things with my fiancé when I get home, especially the ‘did you know’ and ‘oh so y’all can relate’ lol. I love the partnership y’all have and though we don’t have kids I love the insight on that world as well. Keep giving the great advice and blessings to you both!

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