Alright guys, I’m switching gears today and instead of obsessing over the undeniable power of Snapchat, I’m getting personal again.
Today, I’m talking about…douchebags.
Rather, dating douchebags.
Actually, more specifically, I’m sharing what I learned about myself after spending YEARS dating douchebags, which led to a lot pain, which eventually led to a true sense of self (and self-love), which ultimately brought me to open my heart up to an amazing man who, less than a year and a half ago, became my husband.
Yep, I got SUPER personal last week and laid it all out on the table during the latest podcast episode of “The Great Love Debate,” hosted and produced by the genius Brian Howie, also a long-time buddy of mine.
Because of our deep history, Brian and I, (along with the fabulous Cara Carriveau, radio personality and host at 100.3 WSHE Chicago), riffed effortlessly on so many incredibly fun topics, including the importance of personal branding in the world of online dating, how Uber destroyed the art of chivalry, why “nice guys” are the sexiest guys, how Snapchat is your best tool for sharing your most authentic self (duh) and so, so, so much more.
We did spend quite a bit time, however, discussing douchebags.
This episode is too good to try and describe over a blog, so head on over iTunes now and listen to the episode. Whether you’re single, dating, married or divorced, I have no doubt you’ll be able to relate to it. And to boot, it will make you laugh… I hope.
And IF you are single, and you haven’t seen the “The Great Love Debate” live, head here to view the latest schedule of shows in a city near you. It’s one heck of an enlightening experience.
Here’s to finding love – in all forms,