Learning To Love Yourself In Your 20s

Posted: 19 April 2022 12:01 am
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Sal and Al share all of the ways they've learned to lurve themselves in decade deux.

Between growing up, figuring out who the f*ck you are and living up to the unrealistic expectations set by every sitcom ever, it turns out your 20s can be bloody tough. Never fear though. There is hope, chicks.

In this week's episode, Sal and Al share all of the ways they've learned to lurve themselves in decade deux. Plus, Sal shares how she learned to embrace getting older and Al drops some healthy habits to hack your brain's happy chemicals.

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CREDITS

Hosts: Sally McMullen and Alex Hourigan

Executive Producer: Pariya Taherzadeh

Editor: Bamby Media

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