Something Like Marriage
About This Show
A relationship podcast by Jon and Jema Anderson. The journey of a couple that left their old life in 2011 with four kids to heal their marriage and travel in an RV. Once a relationship broken by secret wounds, they share stories of hope and healing while living together as a family of six in a house on wheels.
Most Recent Episode
016: Let's Do Stuff Together
In this episode of our relationship podcast Something Like Marriage, we talk about finding common interests as a couple. Every relationship is like a unique fingerprint, with each couple deciding what they want their relationship to look like. Some couples have very different interests and live more independently, while others do everything together, or a balance of both.
Sometimes our partners or spouses don't know it is our desire to connect and spend more time together. Also, we may assume things about one another that are untrue or believe the same interests of the past are the same in the present. Talking about your interests can lead to more adventures together whether that is trying out a new restaurant or a new country. The possibilities are endless and up to you two.
(Theme music: Ethan Anderson, Photo credit: Pablo Heimplatz)
Relationship Podcast Gems on Finding Common Interests:
Becoming aware of your own interests and developing them.
Talking about your individual interests together.
Try something new to both of you.
Decide how do you want it to be? What activities do you desire to do together?
Jema has a Secret Room that she files away her deepest thoughts, it's like a vault.
Jon has been known to read every sign at a Science Museum.
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