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Farrah Reyna talks with Paulina Bucka and Mariah Aucoin about their experiences with suicide. Paulina's father committed suicide leaving her to live with anger and asking many questions. Mariah attempted suicide and survived. She shares her story and explains what pushes a person to commit suicide. It's a story for anyone who's been affected by suicide.  If you or someone you know is contemplating suicide, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255. You are loved. You are amazing. You are here for a reason. We encourage you to continue living your life no matter how dark the days are because your purpose is greater than your grief, disappointment, loneliness, sadness, and despair. 
In episode 5, Farrah Reyna, Bucket of Breakups and Makeups host, talks with Marieve Herington and Beth Curry about their hilarious and dysfunctional web series entitled “Pleasant Events”, a spoof on wedding planning. Herington and Curry are the creators, writers, producers and actresses. Pleasant Events can be seen on YouTube. Pleasant Events features Brenda Bleasant (Curry) as a tactless and delusional former celebrity wedding planner attempts to return to the industry with the help of her cripplingly polite intern named Penny (Herington)  after a 20 year hiatus. Each episodes highlights the wild and wacky world of weddings. The cast includes Curry, Herington, Tom Lenk, Noah Longo, Matt Iseman, Analeigh Ashford, Paul Wagner, Julie Zhan, Burl Moseley, Chandra Lee Breslow. Click here to view ep 5 vlog.
Farrah Reyna talks with Marieve Herington and Beth Curry about their hilarious and dysfunctional web series entitled “Pleasant Events”, a spoof on wedding planning.Herington and Curry are the creators, writers, producers and actresses. Pleasant Events can be seen on YouTube.Pleasant Events features Brenda Bleasant (Curry) as a tactless and delusional former celebrity wedding planner attempts to return to the industry with the help of her cripplingly polite intern named Penny (Herington)  after a 20 year hiatus. Each episodes highlights the wild and wacky world of weddings. The cast includes Curry, Herington, Tom Lenk, Noah Longo, Matt Iseman, Analeigh Ashford, Paul Wagner, Julie Zhan, Burl Moseley, Chandra Lee Breslow.
We all need some help recovering from a breakup! I hope these nine tips on getting a fresh start on life after the end of your relationship will help you! It's time to take your life to a new level after your breakup! Most romantic relationships end at some point. The trick is to learn something from the experience and then springboard into a new life. Each relationship is a learning experience, and the information learned can be used to reinvent yourself. It’s hard when a relationship ends, but you have the opportunity to write a new chapter in your life. What will you decide to do with this opportunity? Farrah Reyna is a relationship expert and breakup coach. She's the creator of Let Your Ex Go, a breakup recovery program for women. Learn more at www.farrahreyna.com.
Our guests Rachael Sudul and April Courville talk about their experience dating young men. What are the pros and cons of going ten years younger? Would you date a man drastically younger than you? What would your family say? How would your kids respond? Rachael and April answer all of these questions. 
In a world where being gay has debilitating challenges, @CharmingMatty (Matthew J. Humphrey) has become the head super hero of the PFLAG - Lafayette chapter. PFLAG is the extended family of the LGBTQ community. It's made up of LGBTQ individuals, family members and allies. The organization's motto is "Because together, we're stronger".Matt talks with Farrah and Mick about the importance of PFLAG in south Louisiana, and how it's saving lives in the LGBTQ community. As an advocate for the LGBTQ community, he shares his story of courage, strength, and inspiration.After spending most of his life trying to pray away the gay, he decided to go public. How did his family and friends respond? What advice does he have for others who are still living in the closet?Recently, he's contacted the newly-elected Lafayette Mayor-President Josh Guillory about being the new liaison for the LGBTQ community. Will it happen?Matt's an interactive social media shit starter. Follow him on Twitter @charmingmatty and on Facebook @MatthewJHumphrey. To learn about PFLAG visit online: pflaglafayette.org or email: info@pflaglafayette.org.
In a world where social media and dating apps are King, how does one flirt with another?  Bucket of Makeups and Breakups hosts Farrah Reyna and Mick Essex talk with Chris Lofstrom and Callie Laviolette who share the best ways to find success in flirting. 
In this #liveworthylifelessons episode, I share some tips from my #letyourexgo breakup recovery program. Do you know how unhealthy relationships cause you to hit rock bottom? The only person who changes in a dysfunctional relationship is YOU; not the other person.You can find more personal growth tips in the Live Worthy Life Lessons blog at www.farrahreyna.com/blog.
Georgia Dawkins is the published author of “Everybody Knows: The Power of Being in Position”. She’s also helped develop a new popular talk show called “Sister Circle and some of calling her the future Oprah Winfrey of her generation.  As a motivational speaker, she shares her story of how success didn’t come easy, and it was the ending of a ten-year relationship eventually catapulted her to success. Learn more at www.GeorgiaDawkins.com.
There are those moments in life when the relationship ends! Sometimes we know why, and sometimes we don’t. Oh, what we’ll do to get answers, right?! Justine Luneau has some great insight on what having sex with your ex really does to a person, and how it’s the wrong way to find out why your relationship went wrong in the first place.  
Mick Essex talks about being abandoned by his wife and living life as a single dad. He shares his personal struggles that began in his early 20's. Mick's inspirational story explains how he captured success in the end that's allowed him to flourish in all areas of his life, including raising his son who's about to graduate high school.
Leigh Gentry Guidry shares some tips on how to keep the fire alive in a long-term relationship. After being with her husband, Eric, for 14 years, she knows first-hand what keeps an aging relationship strong and alive.
Angelena "Angel" Cortello became a drug addict after experimenting with drugs when she was a teenager. Eventually, her addiction took over causing her to live on the streets and prostitute to support her drug habit. In her first book Angel The True Story of An Undeserved Chance, she writes about being "lost in a world of emotional problems, addiction, prostitution and street life. This is a true story of how she chose recovery and freedom, even in the midst of the consequences such as living with HIV."You can find her books, Angel The True Story of An Undeserved Chance and Healing Letters A 140 Day Journey of Healthy Living online at  www.ourwrittenlives.com and Amazon.Angel is available to speak at conferences, meetings, small groups, and other events in secular settings, recovery groups, Christian church services.  She speaks on the topics of her personal testimony, addiction recovery, spirituality, HIV, and toxic relationships. You can contact her angelenacortello@yahoo.com.
Farrah Reyna talks with Georgia Dawkins about her transformation after heart break. Dawkins is the author of “Everybody Knows: The Power of Being in Position”. She’s also helped develop a new popular talk show called “Sister Circle and some of calling her the future Oprah Winfrey of her generation.  As a motivational speaker, she shares her story of how success didn’t come easy, and it was the ending of a ten-year relationship eventually catapulted her to success. Learn more at www.GeorgiaDawkins.com.
Let’s be real! I think it’s safe to say that our mind and our thoughts play a pivotal role in sabotaging our relationships, right? I used to be guilty of always thinking the worst. Who’s with me? It becomes even more damaging when our thoughts become unhealthy and affects all areas of our life. Unhelpful thoughts can be distractions or be destructive. Neither is helpful.Your mind is a terrible thing to waste, and if you can’t manage your thoughts, you’re not using your mind to your advantage. Imagine how powerful you would become if you could ignore or replace your negative thoughts! You could accomplish more and get greater enjoyment from your life.The key is to focus your attention on what you intend and avoid getting too involved with your random thoughts. Just allow them to pass. If you’ve never meditated before, this can be an excellent way to learn how your mind works and how to deal with random, intrusive thoughts. Most importantly, remember that you are not your thoughts. There’s no reason to take them personally.Farrah Reyna is a relationship expert and breakup coach. She's the creator of Let Your Ex Go, a breakup recovery program for women. Learn more at www.farrahreyna.com.
How are things in the bedroom? You’re probably like most couples who are not having sex or enough of it. Explore ways to spice up your sex life and reconnect with your partner with Ali “Sushi” Hulgan’s wonderful advice on how to be a freak in the sheets. “I feel like a lot of relationships fail because you’re not talking with your partner about what will make you happy in the bedroom,” said Hulgan. After working in an adult toy store for six month, Sushi share some laugh-out-loud experiences and explains the best ways to open up with your lover about what you really want in the bedroom. “If you’re not happy in the bedroom, you’re not happy in a lot of other aspects of life.”
Georgia Dawkins is the published author of "Everybody Knows: The Power of Being in Position". She's also helped develop a new popular talk show called "Sister Circle and some of calling her the future Oprah Winfrey of her generation.
How are things in the bedroom? You’re probably like most couples who are not having sex or enough of it. Explore ways to spice up your sex life and reconnect with your partner with Ali “Sushi” Hulgan’s wonderful advice on how to be a freak in the sheets.“I feel like a lot of relationships fail because you’re not talking with your partner about what will make you happy in the bedroom,” said Hulgan.After working in an adult toy store for six month, Sushi share some laugh-out-loud experiences and explains the best ways to open up with your lover about what you really want in the bedroom. “If you’re not happy in the bedroom, you’re not happy in a lot of other aspects of life.”
In this micro-episode of Bucket of Makeups and Breakups, Kathleen Gannon explains why and how she nicknames her lovers and how one of them ended up in tears ... after SEX!
“Andy! OMG! She has a vagina,” said Clayton the first time he changed her diaper. In episode 7 of Bucket of Breakups & Makeups Podcast, Clayton Shelvin and Andy Forester share their love story as a same-sex, interracial couple, and explains the grueling process of adoption. Follow their story on Instagram at Real Dads of New Orleans. You can read more about their story featured at www.gayswithkids.com. Available now on iTunes Apple Podcasts Google Play #bobampodcast #relationships #gaydads #lovestory #relationshipgoals
There are those moments in life when the relationship ends! Sometimes we know why, and sometimes we don’t. Oh, the things we'll do to get the answers. Farrah Reyna talks with Justine Luneau about moving on from a breakup while still having an intimate relationship with her ex-boyfriend. 
 WHO SAID IT? 🤔“Oh, I’m glad to hear that someone else is a shitty dater. There was a point when I was going on dates just to entertain people. Also, to send screenshots of their Tinder profile to other people. That was funny.” 😂A. Farrah ReynaB. Mick EssexC. Kathleen GannonD. Gerren Benoit🎧 Listen to our new episode "Swipe Right, Outrageous Dating Stories" on all podcast platforms.
Farrah Reyna talks to Eduardo “Eddie” Diaz who shares the story of his first love with another soldier when he was in the army. “She turns to me and grabs me then pushes me against the wall and kisses me,” he said. “My legs melted." “Eddie’s a true romantic! I can hear the passion in his voice,” said one listener. However, Eddie's wife left him despite the passion that brought them together. Find how why she ran off with her unemployed lover....
Swipe left. Swipe right. Swipe, swipe, swipe! How many of you spent a lot of your COVID-19 quarantine time on your online dating apps? Dating allows us to connect and build relationships with all kinds of people for many different reasons. Evan Daniels found success dating during the COVID-19 crisis! I know, it's shocking, right? My guest co-host Mick Essex and I caught up with Evan to find out how he managed to meet women across the globe during these unusual times.
Could you date someone for a year without having sex? In world where sex is always on the minds of most, Dezi Slusher and Aram Mesina are a new couple who's practicing "conscious celibacy" during their first year together. What is conscious celibacy? It's a way to truly connect with a partner on a much deeper level than you though was possible. Listen to this episode to find out and if it's right for you.You can follow Dezi and Aram's journey on IG @consciouscelibacy. Learn more about Dezi www.thesistersofhealing.comCupid's Poisoned Arrow: From Habit to Harmony in Sexual Relationships can be found https://tinyurl.com/udx4sjx.
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Started
Feb 12th, 2018
Latest Episode
Mar 29th, 2020
Release Period
Daily
No. of Episodes
28
Avg. Episode Length
31 minutes
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