Can you change your mate? On this episode of Which Cup is Mine, Garcia and SunAh discuss if you can change behaviors, characteristics, or personality traits of someone you’re in a relationship with. They each have tried to change aspects of their mates and they’ve each had their mates try to change something about them. Find out who was successful, who wasn’t, and regarding what. The episode ends with Garcia giving advice on selecting a mate you won’t have to try to change.
Garcia and SunAh get intimate on Episode 8 of Season 2 as the topic turns to SEX. The episode begins asking if the old saying is true: what you won’t do, someone else will. If your mate won’t do the things you like, does it give you a license to cheat? The two agree that giving and receiving oral sex is super important to the point that it has been a deal breaker in their past. The duo then move on to discuss the optimal frequency of having sex per week if you’re in a relationship and how that might change when you get married. The episode ends with a discussion about sexual boundaries, and the two share some funny and disturbing times that those boundaries have been crossed.
Is it summer love or something else? In Season 2, Episode 7 Garcia and SunAh uncover realities about proposals. Garcia talks about some of the real reasons men propose – ladies, you’ll definitely want to hear these. The two discuss common ways people get trapped in relationships both through proposals and pregnancies. In this episode, SunAh shares some of the ultimatums she’s given. To close the episode, the two end with advice for how men can respond to ultimatums or avoid them altogether and something for women to think about before giving an ultimatum.
What does your mate do that gets on your nerves? Do you tell them? In Which Cup is Mine Season 2 Episode 6, Garcia and SunAh talk about some of the pet peeves they’ve had in their past relationship, how they brought them up to their mate, and if they were successful in saying something. Throughout the episode, the two give you a glimpse into the (mis)communications in their own relationship. The episode ends with advice on when and how to address your relationship pet peeves.
The grass always seems greener on the other side. In this episode of Which Cup is Mine, Garcia and SunAh discuss the pros and cons of being single versus being in a relationship. While there are many advantages and disadvantages to both statuses, find out which one may have significantly fewer cons. In a time where being independent seems more carefree and stress-free, what are the benefits of being in a relationship? The two detail some of the biggest pros of being in a relationship with one very important caveat. The episode ends with Garcia giving advice to the single men.
Dating is a gamble. You never really know if the person you’ve met is being themselves or if they really want you or just what you have to offer. This episode of Which Cup is Mine begins with Garcia and SunAh talking about ways that people do the most in dating especially as it comes to trying to impress. Always ones to turn up the heat, the conversation then turns to the question: in dating, what’s your price? The answer isn’t always about money, as the duo point out, but of course the two dive into the topic of tricking. The episode closes with a conversation about tricking versus being generous versus being finessed and advice on how to know which category you may be falling into.
It’s not what you say, it’s how you say it. On Episode 3 of Season 2, Garcia and SunAh break down the do’s and don’t’s of disagreeing with your mate. The episode begins with each of them talking about their need to always be right and how that has affected their relationships in the past. The two then share how they’ve approached differences of opinion in their relationship with each other and ways you can have a disagreement without making personal attacks. In a surprise confession, Garcia reminds SunAh of the one time they had an argument. Find out what it was about and who could not swallow their pride. The episode ends with advice on what to do if you and your mate cannot stop arguing and if those verbal disagreements turn physical.
On this episode of Which Cup is Mine, Garcia and SunAh talk about their experiences with interracial dating. Both have had multiple experiences dating outside of their race – but for one of duo, this was the first time that they brought their partner home to meet their parents and for good reason. Find out why. The two share some of the challenges and stereotypes in dating cross-racially as well as comments they’ve heard from friends and family. SunAh divulges some shocking news around her perspective on dating outside of her race. The episode ends with a piece of advice for people in interracial relationships.
Season 2 of Which Cup is Mine podcast begins with Garcia and SunAh discussing racism in America. We have all been witness to the countless murders of Black people by police and most recently we have seen global uprisings in defense of Black lives and the eradication of anti-Blackness. On this episode, Garcia and SunAh discuss systemic racism and its effects in the criminal justice system, education, and hiring, among other areas of our lives. They also reflect on the current movement for Black lives.
For more on how you can get involved in the movement for Black lives or resources for understanding anti-Blackness, visit blacklivesmatters.carrd.co
Season 1 of Which Cup is Mine podcast ends with a special guest: hip hop artist, producer, song writer, author, pastor, your neighborhood hope dealer – Mr. Delmar Lawrence aka Mr. Del. Bringing all of his relationship expertise to the podcast, Mr. Del delves into love, lies, and of course soul ties. After breaking down what soul ties are and how they are created, Mr. Del explains the importance of creating a culture within your relationship.
The podcast then takes a detour from romantic relationships to talk about Mr. Del’s time with Three 6 Mafia. Mr. Del gives a quick history lesson on the early Memphis rap scene including how he got signed to Three 6 Mafia, the story behind his most infamous hit song “Azz & Tittiez,” and what led him to leave the group in the middle of their national tour. As you can imagine, all of these past experiences affected his dating life.
Of course, it wouldn’t be Which Cup is Mine without getting all in Mr. Del’s dating business! Mr. Del keeps it transparent as he shares how his family life shaped his outlook on romantic relationships. Garcia and Mr. Del talk about the generational curses that they are breaking and one of the common mistakes women make in dating. In case you are wondering, Mr. Del is single, and in this episode he shares what’s on his “list” for the type of woman he’s looking for. The episode ends with Mr. Del giving advice on what is needed to have a healthy, whole relationship.
For more about the Soul Ties book series, the Soul Ties podcast, and to register for the FREE “When Men Worship” online conference happening on Father’s Day, click the link in Mr. Del’s Instagram bio @soultiestrilogy and go to dellawrence.com