Putting your best foot forward in a relationship is admirable, but there are waves where we are lax/not on are game and completely reveal something about ourselves for the long run. We gotta roll with the bad and the good in relationships, but when do you really know someone's true colors? Is this based on time, like in 2 years I know this person? Or does this only happen after your time with a person has passed or even never?
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You might think the answer to this question is obvious, but we think there's more to it than simply yes or no. And do millennials have commitment issues, both at work and in relationships? In our first Asking For a Friend episode, we're sharing our individual takes on these exciting topics that people love to debate on, so check it out and see if you can relate. Do you have a similar story? Hit us up and tell us about it as we'd love to hear it! And if you have a burning question, email us at [email protected] Don't worry, you can always "ask for a friend"! ...
Growing up as a minority, I think most of us had this problem: that we didn't really see 'people who looked like us' on TV or in pop culture. Things are different now, but this lack of representation may have left some of us feeling lost somehow. But fret not, young padawans, role models are everywhere around you. And if you can draw inspiration and emulate the good traits of people in your lives... oh the places you'll go! If you want to request a topic, share your story, or have a burning question, contact us at:Email: [email protected]: @frndsnextdoorDon't worry, you can always "ask for a friend"! ...
Aaannnddd we're back! What was meant to be a short hiatus turned out longer than we expected, and for that, we're sorry! BUT now we're ready to get back into our humble little podcast and you're in for a fun ride. On this episode, we're talking about a simple question of whether we add value to those around us or whether we're a hindrance to people (oops). The idea of positively having an impact to other people doesn't always have been a grand one. For Mia personally, you can give her boba and she'll highly, highly appreciate. Anyways, thought this would be a good question to ponder so we hope you enjoy! As always, if you have a burning question, you can find us here: Email: [email protected] IG: @frndsnextdoor Dan's IG: @therealdanchen Mia's IG: @msmiaaa Thomas's IG: @nomastmas ...