This episode is a continuation of our last episode. Consider this a part-two episode where we talk more about emotional intelligence.
Why is emotional intelligence important? Well, we may not always understand our friends and what they're going through. They may not understand us and what we're going through either. But, learning emotions, feeling emotions, and processing emotions helps to understand ourselves and those around us.
In this week's episode of The Common Nomad podcast, Scylla & Edward discuss instigators or people who like to find trouble. Essentially, if you go looking for trouble then you're gonna find it. In this case, if you knock on the devil's door, someone is definitely going to answer.
In this week's episode of the Common Nomad, Edward & Scylla talk about losing friendships. Sometimes, friendships grow apart or pride prevents you from putting differences aside to continue a friendship. Sometimes, we may need "new friends" and that's not necessarily a bad thing. Have you ever lost a friend before?
This week's episode of the Common Nomad podcast, Scylla & Edward talk about the state of friendships during COVID. Some people retreated to their inner selves, while others found solace in their community. Sometimes, we drift to grow together and we drift to grow apart.
This episode of the Common Nomad Podcast, we discuss doing favors for our friends and understanding when we can say "No" to a favor. Sometimes, boundaries are necessary. In friendships, we're not meant to always be available, just reliable. This episode features two guests Matt (IG: @matt_brown_12) & Hayley (IG: @hayleyy_michelee).
Priscilla and Edward discuss maintaining and developing friendships at the workplace. Do these types of friendships survive past the work environment? Where do we draw the line between getting personal versus being cordial? Some friendships, no matter the origin grow into a deeper connection. We love to see it. Other times, it's "I'll see you at work, tomorrow". That's okay too.
In our first episode, we discuss the origin of our friendship: where it started, living in different places, and overall how traveling has shaped our friendship. A friendship that no matter where we are, we're still making sure to stay connected.