I was recently invited to guest co-host a radio show on relationships.
I don’t think I need to reiterate how much of a big deal this is for me, but it is pretty friggin amazing and I’m over the moon excited about it! This takes my creative outlet to a whole new level. I never in my wildest dreams thought this is where I’d be right now. I’ll admit, the last few months of my life have been extremely stressful. I’ve been battling depression and this was definitely a welcome reminder and invitation to keep moving forward with my passions. So, yay!
I must extend a big, huge THANK YOU to the host, Neil Tilk (find and follow him on SoundCloud). Not only can I celebrate a pretty wicked new friendship, but also an unexpected opportunity to explore my creativity and reach a new audience I wouldn’t otherwise be exposed to.
You can catch us live at crnc.ca Sunday nights at 9p. Great music and fun conversation.
We’ve done two shows together so far and I feel like it’s not only inspiring me to write more, but it is also giving me content to write about! Hell ya! The creative process is flowing, but the hard part is being pieced together for me. Now that is some kind of wonderful <3
So here it begins.
Last week on the show we talked about some pretty important things. We covered essential qualities in relationships. I said empathy, honesty, and communication. Blah, blah, blah. Pretty standard stuff. Ok, ok, LAME af, I know. Listen, I was sick as a dog the first night so I wasn’t on my “A” game, ok. On any other day, I’d also add in great sex, chemistry, and compatibility, a willingness to please, longing, desire, all that mmhmm yummy stuff.
I was, however, pretty impressed with Neil’s list – he used the acronym, D.I.V.A.
Desire. Interest. Very much Admire.
Yes! Yes! Yes!
BOOM. Hellllo. Now if that isn’t a sweet lust list, I don’t know what is.
And in the beginning…
Yesterday we discussed the beginning stages of most new relationships, the good, the bad, and the ugly… But mostly the good because let’s face it, most new relationships start off pretty spectacularly! If they’re not… then what the hell are you doing!? I mean, #ByeFelicia I don’t know about you, but if a new relationship doesn’t make me feel weak in the knees, I’m going to guess he’s not the one for me. I want a man that makes me weak… But also inspires me to be the best version of myself, but that stuff comes along through the process of getting to know each other.
Now you’re all caught up. I’ll dive deeper into a couple more topics over the next few posts, but as always I’d love to have you weigh in on these!
What are your essential relationship qualities?
What kind of relationship talk would you like to hear us chat about?
Send me an email and let me know!