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“So You Think Cuffing Season Might Not Be for Oreos”

podcast October 17, 2020

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In this episode, the ladies discuss cuffing season and how growing up as an “oreo” has led them to being use to not being cuffed during this time. They discuss how to decide if participating in cuffing season is right for you and how the cultural phenomenon is linked to seasonal depression and mental health. Does cuffing season affect the South? What is the most popular time for relationships to start? When do people tend to download dating apps? The hosts give insight on the time frame of cuffing season and the importance of knowing both you and your partner’s intentions and expectations before entering a relationship during cuffing season. The topic of emotional dependency arises and the four women explain why loving yourself and the law of attraction is far from a cliché.

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