Caught By My Sister // Perspectives

Siblings are special. We never ask for them. We sometimes don’t want them. And yet, with the right nurturing they can become your best friends. I have two siblings. I’ve held a podcast with my little brother. My big sis is the last one on the list. The eldest of the family, Ana paved a way for me and my little brother and ended up becoming my rock in many situations. In this podcast, I recollect the first time I ever came out. She gives me her perspective to talk about sibling intuition and the boundless dedication she had as a big sister to her younger siblings. Enjoy the podcast. 

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The Clingy Dater // The Gay Dater

CLINGY DATERS! When you start dating, sometimes people go a little too far too fast. When is it appropriate to love up on someone? When do you realize that maybe you’re just a little icy? I talk to my girl Jo about this topic. Enjoy the podcast! 

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Emotional Chemistry // Foundations

Emotional chemistry is the second foundation that I discovered as an essential part of a lasting relationship. If you can’t laugh, cry, scream, joke, or be afraid with the person you love then what’s the point? Having an emotional bond with that person allows makes way for honesty, trust and reliability. And it remains to be just as one of the base foundations of a relationship. I talk to a brand new voice, Mar about the relationship she built with the man of her dreams while we break down emotional chemistry. Enjoy the podcast. 

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Love Is // *A Valentine’s Day Special*

LOVE IS IN THE AIR!

Like most of my podcasts here at The Sassy Gay, I often explore the idea of relationships and love. I put together a very special Valentine’s Day episode that focuses on love in every aspect. Check it out!

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5 Steps to Getting Over Your Ex

Oh exes, how you plague thee. For anyone who has had to deal with a break up, comes the bi-product of the EX. What do you do with that? How do you get over it? Well here are top 5 tips that I think can help you along the way. I need to preface this with the idea that there isn’t a real timeline for these things. Oddly, sometimes, many of these things are experienced while still in the relationship. But here they are:

  1. Mourn the relationship – When a relationship of that gravity ends, you need time to heal. And this doesn’t mean sit in a dark room and cry about it. It might, but it doesn’t have to be. This means seeking within, take time to remensce and understand taht while things usually end on a bittersweet note, there were very good things that I’m sure came out of it. So cry, but smile, and laugh throughout the reflection.
  2. Healthy Distractions – Relationships take a huge chunk out of your social calendar. So when they’re dunzo, one of the best things to do is to just fill up your free time with some new things. Join a sports team, or hit up more days at the gym! Do things that make you smile and make you feel accomplished and active. The key to this tip is HEALTHY. Many people fall into a sinkhole of sadness. But the best way to curb this is to do something that will benefit you, not set you back.
  3. Take Time for You – Another thing you lose when you’re in a relationship is a bit of self-identity. So now that it’s over, take some time to take back some things you want to do for yourself. No boyfriend? Go on that trip anyway! No man on your arm? Take all the individual baths you desire! Spend all that extra cash on clothes for your fine ass instead of his broke one.
  4. Get Yourself Out There – Like I prefaced, everything in good time. But, one thing I have experienced is when a relationship ends, you start to feel unloved and unlovable. Nothing like a little attention seeking to quell those dark thoughts. Too soon? Meh. Live in the present. Why spend time sulking when you can spend time getting heart emojis and/or free drinks from doting strangers 😛
  5. Don’t Be So Hard On You – This one is a toughie. When relationships end, it’s easy to be hard on yourself for it ending. It always takes two to tango, and at the end of the day, things start, and things end. It’s just the way of life and it changes from person to person. Don’t get yourself down with the guilt of the relationship being over. Heads up buttercup, you will be fine.

Finally, I will leave you with a recent podcast where I sit down with my good friend to chat about what happens when you break up with someone. We both tell our stories of love, loss, and heartbreak and ask the question, can you really be friends with your ex?

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Trust // Foundations

Trust is an interesting concept because unlike many other foundational blocks of a relationship, it grows over time. In many cases, it can be seen as the strongest, but also the most fragile. With a strong unwavering sense of trust in someone, a pair can be unstoppable – not getting clouded with the negative effects of jealousy and disdain. But as soon as trust is broken, it can be impossible to repair. I talk to Jo about Trust and her experiences with it. Enjoy the episode.

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Unity // Foundations

Welcome to Foundations. Unity. Now according to google definitions, Unity is the state of being united or joined as a whole. This is a true statement for my podcast guest Nat where we discuss her relationship with her husband and how it got to that point. We discuss the in’s and out’s of unity and the work that it takes to find a level of what I can only describe as an intimate synchronicity with your partner. This is Foundations. Enjoy the episode

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