Healthy Boundaries Episode Summary:
Healthy boundaries are the cornerstone to a healthy life, and Adam and Sarah spend this episode talking about how to set boundaries and just as importantly, how to respect the boundaries others have set. Also this week, Adam’s writing a book, Sarah’s signing a lease with her boyfriend, and some poor girl in Rapid City, South Dakota, has been forever mortified.
Dating Kinda Sucks is a raw, honest, and hilarious podcast that focuses on all aspects of dating, sex, and relationships, promoting a lifestyle of transparency, openness, and healthy communication as a path to happiness. It is created, edited, and produced by Sarah G. and Adam Heath Avitable.
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Dating Kinda Sucks Commentary
Season Four Episode Fourteen
Host Thoughts on Season Four Episode Fourteen
Get to know yourself and what you like, don’t like, and don’t want. Listen to your gut and don’t be afraid to stand up and say no. You don’t have to be nice about it. You don’t have to explain anything. Be clear and don’t leave things up for interpretation. Don’t be afraid to block/remove someone from your life if they show they can’t respect your boundaries. A small violation of your boundaries is a red flag because it will lead to bigger violations. Dating apps can be a great way to establish boundaries initially and weed someone out who can’t even respect the smallest of boundaries. Remember, being alone is much better than being with someone who invades your bubble. Also, it is impossible to set boundaries without also setting consequences.
It boils down to, once again, honesty and transparency.