Latest Episode: November 21st, 2017
Young Love, Old Love
Featuring JAMES + JACY and BOB + PEGGY
Elephant Talk met these two couples on the road last summer in Texas. Bob and Peggy have been married 40 years and keep their relationship light-hearted by using humor and not taking things personally. They’ve enjoyed an adventurous life together from dinner at the White House to living abroad for a decade.
James and Jacy met as teenagers and married seven years later. As newlyweds in their early twenties, they represent a smaller number of couples in the US choosing to marry early. More couples are waiting until later in their twenties to tie the knot. James and Jacy share their story of dating, breaking up, and coming back together.
Tune in, it’s time to explore real love.
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Love, real love, in all of its raw, beautiful, dirty, confusing, funny, and sexy forms is what connects us. It’s the grittier aspects just as much as the beautiful aspects that make partnership wonderful.
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WE WANT TO HEAR YOUR STORY!
SEEKING ALL COUPLES
Each of us communicates differently, and that can develop from family, from culture, from religion, from language, and from within. We are looking for couples to share their stories. We want couples who have gone through something small or big and have a great story to tell, couples who have dreams for the future, and couples who want to deepen their relationship by moving through a difficult issue.