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In this week’s episode, Mallory & Tamu are joined by their first special guest, Sarah Penn, for a look at what is in the Tarot cards for them in relation to love.
Sarah is an amazingly talented woman and gifted tarot card reader who lovingly donated a Saturday to give the ladies a reading, and also hit them with profound, optimistic, and meaningful insights related to love. For example, “The rightness of being in someone’s space is love.”
Mallory is on deck (get it?!) first and her cups runneth over. Which means she had a lot of cups in her spread (that is a good thing). She shares her wisdom from her recent travels that marriage could now be an option for her because has come to understand that it truly is a partnership.
At the end of the reading, it was clear that the universe knew its audience and provided the most specific reading to the most literal person in the world, Mallory.
Sarah pretty much confirmed the theme of Bad at Love Podcast, “Love is not going to look like what we think it should.”
Moral of the Story: The picket fence is not going to happen. It is possible to be connected in other ways.
Other Fun Topics Discussed:
Everyone has baggage, but it is your own, not anyone else’s
It is important to stay in your power
To have/find love, you have to take care of yourself
In this exciting continuation of The Love Chronicles of Mallory & Tamu, we are in the fun, kicky 2000s.
Mallory talks about her awesome 2 years in arts high school with a dude known as Sex God. She also examines her college romantic life and life after college which was not smooth sailing. She learned that small town living is not always great for love, as you could end up with a recovered pedophile, or dude with 2 pregnant baby mamas. However, big city life has also given our geek chic girl some challenges; clapping dudes, nerd one-upmanship dudes, and even racist dudes!
Meanwhile, Tamu takes us through her most pivotal relationships to date: the one that brought her to Minneapolis and the one that caused her to close herself off to love & relationships.
Moral of the Story: Being OK with who you are is the most important act of love you can give yourself.