Wednesday, December 2, 2020

Why Stay With A Cheater?

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On this show, we'll discuss why some people give cheaters 2nd and 3rd chances.

Duration: 63 minutes.

Ok, so you have a significant other, right?  And you suspect that something is going on and that they're possibly cheating on you.  So, you put on your CSI hat and do your investigation for weeks and you find out that it's true.  That person did cheat on you.  So, you call up the other person to let them know that your mate comes home to you every night and that they're just "something to do".  Then you curse your mate out and put them in the dog house for a while.  Two weeks later, you all are lovey-dovey again. 

We all know multiple people who have been through that scenario.  They work like a Walmart employee on Black Friday just to try and find out if their mate is cheating only to stay with them anyway. The question is: why?  

That's what we're discussing on this episode of the Talk 2 Q Radio Show.  "No experts.  Just opinions."

Show #887

Sunday, November 29, 2020

Q-on-1 w/Nikky Niche of The NicNac Show

I have a conversation with the host of a fairly new show who has taken social media by storm! 

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Duration: 11 minutes.


Nikky Niche started The NicNac Show six months ago and she hasn't looked back since!  The Windy City resident has been on her grind as she brings in guests each show on top of discussing a wide range of topics.

I had the pleasure to sit down with her to talk about her inspiration for starting a show.  We also discussed some of the guests who have appeared and what direction she wants to see the show go into 2021.  

Follow her on IG @NicNacTalkShowHost.

Show #886





Friday, November 27, 2020

Dating Is Extinct

Will marriage soon be a thing of the past?

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Duration: 3 minutes.

People don't take dating seriously any more and because of that relationships are becoming extinct. It is no longer the informal interview process to determine if someone is a long-term option or not. It's just something to do. Some people do it for free food. Some people do it for easy sex. 


The art of courting has gone the way of the dinosaur. What can we do to get it back? How can we refocus society on taking their relationships seriously these days? 

Show #885

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