Best of the Walk of Shame – Talking Bisexuality with Mr. Steal Yo’ Girl

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Our Most Popular Episode Back by Popular Demand This week Lexi and I thought it would be fun to our most popular episode ever… Talking Bisexuality with our friend Max, or “Mr. Steal Yo’ Girl”. Max is a male model, bartender and, obviously bisexual.  Since this show originally aired in May 2015, Max has gone on to do some serious modeling gigs in Los Angeles, New York and Miami. Max was invited to the show because of his unique perspective of being a bisexual man that can, let’s be honest, catch the eye of a lot of women as well …

Millennial Sauce Blog: What is Balance?

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submitted by “Mom-llennial” Have you ever tried to balance a book on your head while standing on one leg and clapping your hands? As a Millennial and a new mom, that is what my life feels like when I feel out of balance. I am a person who doesn’t do well without some form of structure. I need to know that I can get everything done and give others the time they need in the little time that I have. If  life feels out of balance, it makes us extremely uncomfortable and causes us to lash out on others. So …

Approval Seeking – The Good and the Bad

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When it comes to Approval Seeking – there is actually a good way to do it and a bad way to do it.   Introducing your potential forever Boo to your friends and family, things can get complicated.   Don’t worry!   Lexi and Tony are here to help!   On this weeks episode of The Walk Of Shame Radio Podcast we discuss whether or not your friends approval is really that important when it comes to the people you date.   Yes, it’s always an amazing feeling to witness a genuine friendship come out of “the introduction” and that is ideal.   BUT, …

Millennial Sauce – Patience and Perspective

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by Amanda P. Patience has never come easy for me. Ironically, I am now a full time mom and a teacher so I had to learn patience quickly. When you spend your day in a classroom full of 27 screaming students who don’t take directions well, and come home to a toddler banging her head against a wall because I won’t let her eat cookies for dinner, it is easy to lose yourself. I have had to take a step back and realize that not everyone thinks the same way I do, or does things at the same rate as …

Millennial Sauce : Being Right versus Being Righteous

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This is the first blog in a series I’m calling: Millennial Sauce (subtext…it’s great on everything).  I’m starting this in response to some of my Millennial clients wanting a place to post thoughts or concerns that they would like to give, as a gift, to you.  Our first contestant submitted four really good blogs…this is the first…enjoy!   Being Right versus Being Righteous by Ashlyn (24, Millennial Mom) Having an opinion and respecting someone else’s opinion are two very different things. I have been struggling with the fact that most people are closed off to others opinions and only value …