I recently sat down with Baya Voce, host of The Art of connection, to talk about narcissism, sociopathy, pathological lying, gaslighting and so much more.
The biggest take-home message is that anyone can find themselves in a manipulative relationship, and you can heal.
Though she’s now got a boyfriend at home in West Palm Beach, Florida, being the first trangendered person on has to be pretty daunting, so Katelynn defuses the tension by talking about how she’s been in orgies (“polyamory” she explains to Mormon Boy, who doesn’t know what the word means) and by running around in tight pink short shorts. Also in the “Katelynn is awesome” department is the fact that she’s already blogged about her hatred of The Gothamist. ” Chet When roommate Ryan (we’re getting to him) tells Chet that J. sets off his gaydar, Chet explains off-camera that he doesn’t seem to have a gaydar and can’t tell if a person is gay or not.
This is hilarious, because Chet is obviously gay and unable to recognize it, which sounds like something we should all grab each other and sob about.
For the past decade she has studied connection in three pillars: connection with yourself, your partner, and your community.
She is a Dating & Relationship Coach, founder of Secret SLC, co-founder of Womenpreneurs and hosts a monthly segment on ABC as Utah's Relationship Specialist.
It's easy to feel like when we're not forgiving someone that somehow they're paying for it, but in the end, it's us who pays.
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