62 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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    • 4.9 • 262 Ratings

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 061: Parenting Isn't For The Weak

    Episode 061: Parenting Isn't For The Weak

    In reflecting on their week, things got a bit heated between Travis and Stephanie. It was about food, again. They aren't immune to the recurring disagreements. Just like many of you, they struggle with eating the food at home. This issue is not made any easier by the fact that Travis finds no joy at all in preparing a meal. Stephanie sees it as a more serious issue, no one wants to eat food prepared by someone who didn't put love into it, and possibly made it while harboring negative feelings.

    Parenting isn’t for the weak! This week Stephanie and Travis reflect on how becoming parents of two have impacted them personally now that baby River is 9 months old. Travis tears up when reflecting on a recent milestone he reached with Eli which he feels was a bit overdue. Like in romantic relationships, our dynamics are ever evolving in our parenting relationships. We aren't going to be the best versions of ourselves and exactly who our children need on day one. Just like in our romantic relationships, we have to do the best we can with the knowledge and support we have each and every day. Stephanie also speaks extensively about the pressures she feels to take care of herself while simultaneously taking care of the home and the children and her spouse. Something or someone has to get the short end of the stick so what is she to do?

    Stephanie gives a review of the book, Raising Good Humans by Hunter Clarke-Fields. This book focuses on helping us reduce our reactivity to raise kind and confident children. It forces us to compare our voice and tone when we speak to our children to when we speak to our romantic partners and when we speak to our friends. We often have this ill informed mentality that we have to have complete control of our kids' actions for their own safety. When in reality we have to build mutual respect, not blind obedience.

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    • 1 hr 8 min
    Episode 060: One Minute Man

    Episode 060: One Minute Man

    Would you look at that… they’re talking about sex AGAIN. But who's complaining? Y’all love it here! How long should good sex last? The answer might depend on what you define as sex. Depending on who you ask, it can be a whole experience. Stephanie and Travis discuss how they unlocked a new level in their sex life. Finding new ways to be sexual nearly 8 years later is pretty satisfying… see what we did there? We all have experienced wanting sex to last longer or even end faster, Stephanie and Travis give their tips on how to make both happen. Somehow a Viagra and Adderall story makes it into the convo.

    This week on “Oh So Y’all Can Relate” a listener needs some advice on how to improve her sex life without making her man feel objectified. Is once a week enough sex in a relationship? Honestly, there probably isn't a number to define the right amount, it comes down to compatibility. Basically, y'all both gonna want it equally or at least be willing to compromise. Stephanie and Travis discuss scheduling sex and identifying barriers to having sex.

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    • 51 min
    Episode 059: Don't Touch My Phone

    Episode 059: Don't Touch My Phone

    Stephanie and Travis did one of their favorite things this past week, enjoy a king sized bed with hotel linens and the air conditioner on blast. The past almost 3 years have been pretty hectic for most of us. Let’s be intentional with getting back to doing the things we love with the people we love.

    Smartphones and relationships. We all like to think we can play it cool, but technology adds a new layer of complexity to how we maneuver in love. If you go through your partner's phone, and you find something… is it justified? What boundaries should we have when it comes to social media? Can Stephanie thirst in Drake's comments? What about regular dudes? How many IG models is too many to follow?

    Lastly, on this week's "Oh So Y’all Can Relate", they clarify the difference between intimacy and sensuality. They read a beautiful story about how intimacy thrives in an inter-abled relationship between a paraplegic and an able bodied nurse.

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    • 44 min
    Episode 058: Non-Sexual Intimacy

    Episode 058: Non-Sexual Intimacy

    Let’s focus on non-sexual intimacy, cause if we really think about it, if we get good at it, we might actually have more sex. Are we masking a desire for intimacy by blaming it on a “high sex drive”? Stephanie and Travis discuss how learning how to connect without sex can improve your sex life and can also come in handy when sex isn’t an option. Despite having a healthy sex life, Stephanie craves some improvement in the non-sexual touch department.

    Travis picked a VERY specific and personal did you know this week, he was trying to make a point. Stephanie reenacted Travis' dramatic plea for her to “let things go” and not be angry with him, not even for a second. So you tell us, who is toxic here?

    Finally, on this week's “Oh So Yall Can Relate” a young couple is on the verge of ending things. This submission includes infidelity, drugs, alcohol, and an STD from a couple that has been together since middle school. Did FOMO play a role in this mistake? How do Travis and Stephanie feel about only ever having one sexual partner your whole life?

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    • 58 min
    Episode 057: A Couple Like Friendship

    Episode 057: A Couple Like Friendship

    Travis and Stephanie speak very candidly about being each other's best friends, but is it toxic that they enjoy doing everything together? When does wanting to spend time together become a red flag? They reflect on Stephanie partaking in Travis' love for film and television, but struggle to identify Stephanie’s passions. Anyone else ever feel passionless or even envious of people who are obviously talented?

    What is the fourth trimester? Travis was obviously confused, but it is probably the toughest trimester of them all. How can we support parents during this transitional period? How can the non-birthing/chest-feeding parent support? Acts of service should extend past your romantic relationships.

    Oh So Y’all Can Relate: Love & Grief. Stephanie and Travis tapped into some help for this one. Kiara Luna of Knew You Psychotherapy shared her insight on the stages of grief, how they manifest in relationships, and how grieving a loss and grieving a breakup can have similar manifestations. Is breaking up to heal separately advised by a psychotherapist? Also, what is up with our need to keep our ex’s close, but not committed? This is an uncomfortable gray area we have to stop expecting people to live in.

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    • 52 min
    Episode 056: You Disappointed Me

    Episode 056: You Disappointed Me

    This week Stephanie and Travis have three additional producers! They are now accepting topic submissions from their top tier Patrons! Tune in to discover what Travis and Stephanie miss about the city life, how they recover from setbacks and disappointments in their relationship, and their opinion on large age gaps in relationships.

    Contrary to popular belief, your partner may disappoint you from time to time, that doesn't mean the relationship is doomed, it means you are human. So how and why do we get past them? Travis shares his biggest mistake in his marriage, believe it or not, it tops the drama in episode 1. Stephanie shares how she envisioned throwing a can of WD40 at Travis computer. Shoutout to growth.

    Age gaps in relationships make evolutionary sense, but only to a certain extent. How big of a gap is too much of a gap? Does it make a difference if a 20 year gap is between a 20 and 40 year old versus a 30 and 50 year old? Travis and Stephanie give their opinion while leaving you all with a few tips on how to decide if a large age gap is good for you.

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    • 1 hr 9 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
262 Ratings

262 Ratings

almaluz360 ,

Love the Show

Hi Stephanie/Travis,
I listen to your podcast and I can say I truly enjoy it. I like the “Did You Know” it so interesting to hear you and Travis break it down. I’ve learnt so many new things from both of you just talking about relationships. Keep doing what you doing!

Alma 😊

Crys4574 ,

10/10

I love finding a podcast that I can listen to episode after episode and each one is just as interesting as the last! Love these two ♥️

KimDash19 ,

Dope

I love how you guys bounce things off of each other, explain your relationship dynamic but also explain different perceptions. You guys are dope. My boo & I have been together almost 7 years, we’re both 30 with a 3 year old so it’s opened up some dialogue for us & even made me think of somethings differently. Thanks guyyyys 💗

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