Dave says his last relationship ended because while they were great friends, they were like oil and water once they were under the same roof. Oh, and then there were the tomatoes! From a series of conversations at St. Mark’s Coffeehouse on why people split up.
From a series of interviews on a theme of “My Last Relationship Ended Because,” Terry tells me about how much work his last relationship took and the toll a long-distance move had on both of them. Recorded at St. Mark’s Coffeehouse in Denver, CO.
Meg didn’t mean to arrive at her breakup conversation so amped up on adrenaline, but she did. What happened next involved hurling an item at the ex and refusing to talk about emotions. From my series of conversations on different themes at Denver-area coffeehouses.
Sara’s relationship ended after she realized the it was “dead in the water.” His cheating didn’t help matters. But she learned two important things that she’s carrying forward now. From my series of conversations in Denver-area coffeehouses.
Jenny was in a relationship for four years and they were engaged but the reason the relationship ended was because he couldn’t stop being attracted to his exes. From the series at St. Mark’s Coffeehouse in Denver….
From my series of conversations on different themes, this one on how relationships end was recorded at St. Mark’s Coffeehouse in Denver: Lars says if one person wants to have a “real” relationship but the other person wants an escape, things won’t work out.
From my series of conversations on different themes, this one recorded at Kaladi Coffee in Denver: Anthony says he doesn’t know why his last relationship ended, but he really does once I start asking more questions.
Erin started dating a friend but what was once funny when they weren’t dating became really annoying when they started going out. From my series of conversations on different themes in Denver-area coffeehouses.