Welcome to The Common Nomad podcast. A podcast about friendship that's evolved across the countries and over the years. A friendship that no matter where we are, we're still making sure to stay connected. Enjoy! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/common-nomad/support
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On this week's episode of the Common Nomad podcast, Edward & Scylla discuss friends who aren't quite reliable. We might even refer to them as flaky. These are the types of friends that say they'll do something, but in reality they won't. There comes ... more
This week's episode, Edward & Scylla discuss the hierarchy of friendship, specifically the difference between good, close and best friends. more
This episode, we talk about being a highly sensitive person and the difference of emotional capabilities between friends. A highly sensitive person (HSP) is a term coined by psychologist Dr. Elaine Aron. What does it mean when the tolerance to handle... more
Just listened to the podcast!! I enjoyed this! I really resonate with healing in relationships. I believe that friends and family help you become your best self. Having those friends that you get coffee with, go on vacation with, get dinner, or just come to the house and y’all have wine together is essential. more
Loved this episode! The topic really resonates with me. I like the point you made about high maintenance friendships and creating boundaries that maintain the relationships and allotting yourself space to live your life or say no when you need to. Looking forward to next one.
Great episode! Unpopular opinion - the description of the high-maintenance friend(to me) is not a friend at all? While you can have the friendship from a distance, it eventually gets old. In my experience either you stop being friends or you learn to meet each other halfway. Even for the most understanding and kindest of people, the high maintenance friend, per the definition in the episode, may find the end of the friendship because the tables will turn and the low maintenance friend will requi... more
Lol they said Ed has hella friends. I agree and that is something I find relatable. more
I really hearing the dynamic between you and your brother as you discussed what created and continues to foster your brotherhood. It’s amazing to compare our vastly different experiences even though we share some similar circumstances. Regardless, your brother is lucky to have you, and it sounds like I don’t have to tell you - you’re lucky to have him!
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