It’s time to get real honest on Which Cup is Mine. On Season 4, Episode 3 the two discuss if they have ever compared themselves to their partner’s ex. Garcia and SunAh cover a variety of areas where you may find yourself making comparisons from sex to finances, education, and status. The two talk about how these comparisons come about and the insecurities they can fuel. The episode ends with the two being honest about any times they’ve felt insecure or compared themselves to each other’s exes.
There comes a point in every relationship where you have to tell your partner no or you wish you would have. On this episode of Which Cup is Mine, Garcia and SunAh talk about times they’ve told each other no, why they thought it was necessary, and their reactions. The situations that may lead you to tell your partner no vary from finances, safety concerns, and yes, even sex. Regardless of how necessary it may seem, telling your partner no can be a tricky situation. As Garcia points out, no one likes to be told no, so navigating these moments must be done with care.
How important is communication in a relationship? In this episode, Garcia and SunAh share some reasons why they haven’t been great communicators in the past – sometimes it’s a matter of respect other times you don’t want to hurt the person’s feelings. Are there certain topics that should or should not be discussed when dating? If you should talk about them, how do you know when it’s the right time? The two run down some topics that they think should be communicated and how they’ve approached the issues including living together, finances, love languages, weddings, and health history. They also discuss their unique approach to addressing issues in their relationship. The episode ends with each giving tips for communicating with the opposite sex.
On Episode 12 of Which Cup is Mine, Garcia and SunAh discuss a sensitive subject: money. Even though everyone has some idea of how they expect finances should be handled in a relationship or, if and when you should live together, most people don’t talk about it until it’s too late. Garcia and SunAh talk about their experiences with splitting the bills and cohabitating and what they would do moving forward. The episode closes with an even sticker situation when Garcia asks: if the person you were in a relationship lost their job, would you let them live with you?