On this episode of Which Cup is Mine, Garcia and SunAh explore the many fears of commitment people have. Some fears are more obvious than others, so the two get to the root of what’s really behind why people avoid commitment. Tune in and see which one you may relate to, then decide if you’re ready to let go of your fear.
Garcia and SunAh kickoff Season 4 of Which Cup is Mine reflecting on how the coronavirus pandemic has changed relationships for better and for worse. But first, the episode starts with birthday wishes for SunAh. Then, the two discuss the good that has come from the pandemic in terms of relationships and dating and the bad. The episode ends with the two sharing how they weathered their own pandemic related relationship storm and advice for folks who may find themselves in similar situations.
Season 3, Episode 15 uncovers the main reasons why men won’t commit. Garcia gets real honest about reasons why he wouldn’t commit in the past – some you might expect and others are hard to hear. Of course, men aren’t the only ones who won’t commit, so SunAh shares some reasons why women won’t fully commit. The episode ends with the two talking about some petty reasons why they didn’t want to commit.
Episode 3 of Season 3 asks the ladies how they feel about submitting to their man. What does it mean to be submissive? Why are some women so against it? Garcia and SunAh then ask the fellas what they are willing to change for their woman. Relationships are all about trust, communication, and compromise, and there is no time that it is more apparent than when it comes to being submissive or changing. SunAh talks about why she never considered being submissive before, and Garcia shares some things he’s changed now.
Are you a ride or die? In Season 2, Episode 13 of Which Cup is Mine, Garcia and SunAh talk about potential ride or die scenarios. From going to jail to having an outside baby, getting into a serious accident, taking a bullet, or losing a job, the two discuss if and when they’d be down to ride for each other and what would be too much to handle. While being a ride or die may seem like a desirable trait, there are certain conditions where it may not be. The episode ends with a warning on when ride or die goes wrong.