Cecily and A.Ron are back to offer more weird tricks – A.Ron fills us in on a few more types of “reply guys”, Cecily fully embraces Dadaism, and they hear a little bit from the listeners.
A.Ron and Cecily have been around the block a time or three and have made their share of mistakes. But at the end of the day, everybody wants what we have; a good time where ever we go! Join us for a semi-weekly advice show podcast on life, love, money, careers, relationships, sex, and more. If we get stumped, we’ll call on our friends and fellow travelers from around the globe to get you find the right perspectives on living! Sound good? Email or tweet us #OWT!
A.Ron catches us up on his attempts to keep in touch with his friends, and Cecily extols the virtues of not washing your hair.
Then, they give some advice to neighbors who are trying to avoid bible study in an otherwise happy life; what to do with your life; an update on the royals; how to be unassuming when people make lots of assumptions; an update on holiday depression; and more advice on finding a new therapist.
In this episode, A.Ron discusses how men can make women feel safer in spaces, Cecily discusses complicated feelings about celebrities passing, and they both denounce crime. They also offer advice on finding new friends, moving on from old friends, and long-distance relationships.
In this episode of One Weird Trick, A.Ron puts the rap game in a chokehold by discussing Cardi B’s hustle; and Cecily encourages everyone to find meaningful friendships. They offer advice on managing anger in yourself and others, continuing traditions for your children, wielding happiness responsibly, and finding a good therapist.
New Year, New Tricks! Cecily and A.Ron discuss traditions over resolutions in the new year. They also discuss the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s big announcement (hint: it’s not a baby this time) as well as the definitive and only Cats movie you should be watching.
Cecily and A.Ron are back to discuss the idea of a potential secular non-religion modeled on Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood. Then they offer advice on exploring different kinds of relationships, anchor babies, navigating middle management, supporting friends through domestic abuse and carrying mothers through depression.