Episode 11

Published on:

7th Oct 2019

011: Just me - season 2 introduction and preview

On this episode of Couple Collective, I kick off season 2 by provide what's the same with the format and what's new. I also give a preview of episode 12, where Sean Holcombe, our neighbor and the Couple Collective resident therapist, interviews Emily and me, episode 13, where I feature a couple who recalibrate via counseling (Chris & Mary) and episode 14, where Court & Pax come back to speak about the miscarriage they went through.

It's a quick 7:30 episode, but If you are more interested in a particular update, I’ve updated the notes to include time stamps that you can click on to jump ahead.

  • (0:32) - Couple Collective is back - what has not changed and what has changed
  • (1:47) - Preview of episodes 12, 13 & 14
  • (2:46) - A few life updates; we bought our house and got engaged (check out the video of our engagement)
  • (5:10) - What do you want to see and hear from Couple Collective?

As always, you can continue to engage beyond the podcast on the website www.couplecollective.com and via our social channels @couplecollective; I want to hear your stories and your feedback. If I’m bringing value, please subscribe and share with those that may pull value from this as well. If find value in the idea behind Couple Collective, but feel I am missing the mark, please let me know what you would like to see and hear. Much Love!

Cover art by Laurie Berger (www.laurenjanestudio.com)

Show artwork for Couple Collective

About the Podcast

Couple Collective
A podcast that captures the relationship journey of couples and singles. Episodes are geared towards listeners who are single or in a relationship, giving you an opportunity to learn from others, including therapists, about the elements that make romantic relationships work. My name is Julian A. Lewis II and I created this platform to learn how I can be successful in my romantic relationship. Through this journey I've learned a lot; mainly, I cannot replicate others experiences, but learn from them to create my own experiences. I hope this helps you as much as it has helped me. Much Love! Cover art by Laurie Berger (www.laurenjanestudio.com).