DTWM-53: Tapes, Trains & STDs

Hold on to your cocktail glasses, we’re taking you for a wild ride this episode. This week the hosts of Drink til We’re Married are discussing the “Hoe Phase”. How exactly do you enjoy being Young, Wild & Free without ending up with Sex Tapes, Train tales or a STD? Listen up as the ladies break it down.

Drink of the Week: Watermelon Strawberry Mojito Drink up and Listen in!

DTWM-33: Which ‘Golden Girl’ are You

As we get older maintaining solid friendships is essential to navigating life. On this episode we discuss the quintessential sitcoms that highlight the journey single women take in their 20’s & 30’s. Shows like Golden Girls, Girlfriends, Sex in the City, and Living Single each had characters with similar personalities. Tonight we discuss which character fits you best and which do you ABSOLUTELY need by your side. This episode is perfect women who want to evaluate or take stock of their friendships.

Drink of the Week: Salted Caramel Apple Martini

DTWM-20: Besties over Testies

Our episode this week answers a question from a listener:
“Can you be friends with someone when you hate the person whom they’re dating? My friend’s boyfriend is a cheater and a liar, and she keeps taking him back. She moved him in and this changed everything between us. He got her and another girl pregnant at the same time. And he puts the other girl on his Facebook with pictures of them dating and none of her. My friend has loaned him money, which he has used to take the other chick out…. But still she wants him. The site of him sickens me so I don’t hang around her when he is around. They live together and I do NOT feel comfortable being there if he is home. I invite her out with me but I have to ask if she is coming alone because I don’t want him in my house.I love her and feel like a bad friend because of the limitations I have put on our friendship. Plus she isn’t the same person she, she is sad all the time or angry and shuts herself off to the world. I still reach out to check on her but I do not bring up the boyfriend at all.

As a friend should I keep my distance and see how it plays out? Try only talking to her on the phone and seeing her when he isn’t around and hope it doesn’t push her way? Or do I need to fake it until I make it with the boyfriend and let him come with her when we hang out?”
Geek Goddess and HeyCutie give the listener advice on how to handle this situation and when it’s a good time to step away or set boundaries. Listen in as we help preserve friendships and weed out the foolery.

Drink of the Day: Queen Bee Royale