Hey There Listener! We didn’t make much of an effort but our amazing friend and broker Justin Parks sold our Manhattan apartment, and we are officially on the road. We are going to be documenting our journey for the next several months here on the podcast! So many of our friends have exited New York City for the time being, and we have joined the fray.
If you’re looking to sell or buy a place in Manhattan, we cannot recommend our friends Justin Parks, and our lawyer Jared Presberg, as well as the Actor’s Federal Credity Union who helped us finance our mortgage. Go check all of them out here:
SPOTLIGHT ON LOVE from our Instagram follower Jacob
So my and my ex bf started dating at the beginning of COVID and then broke up at the end of the “lockdown” in May. So I’m 20 and he is 20 years older than me and ever since the breakup we have been friends and we still hang out a lot and watch drag race and such together. And we will still like sit on the couch and cuddle while watching and we do still kiss and make out and such. And I don’t want to ruin the friendship but I also don’t want it to turn back into a relationship because I know that I’m not what’s best for him especially since we are in very different stages of our lives. So I was wondering what your take on it would be? If we should just be normal friends or if you guys think this is “normal”. I came out in September of 2018 so I haven’t been out long at all and I was engaged to my first bf so my gay life has not really been normal lol so that’s why I’m looking for advice.
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