Let's chat about the significance of being honest, owning it, and the art of moving on. Daniel and Garet explore these themes through personal anecdotes, reflections on family dynamics, and parallels drawn from "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills." The conversation underscores the importance of honesty in personal growth and relationships, especially within the LGBTQIA+ community.

Episode Highlights:

  • Garet's reflections on his journey towards self-honesty and authenticity.
  • Daniel's take on being too honest and the need for tact.
  • The contrast between characters like Erika Jane and Sutton on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills in handling honesty.
  • Personal anecdotes about difficult conversations with family and friends.
  • The transformative power of owning your truth in personal development.


  • [00:15] The importance of honesty in personal relationships
  • [02:30] Discussing the challenges and rewards of being authentic
  • [03:00] The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills as a metaphor for conflict resolution
  • [10:30] Empathy and honesty in various aspects of life
  • [15:30] Comparing different approaches to conflict resolution
  • [17:00] Practical tips on owning your truth
  • [20:45] Moving on and resolution in difficult conversations
  • [23:30] The benefits of moving on from conflicts
  • [26:00] Embracing authenticity for personal fulfilment
  • [27:30] Closing thoughts and encouraging listeners to own their truth

Key Discussions:

  • The balance between honesty and empathy in relationships.
  • How family upbringing influences one's approach to honesty.
  • The role of authenticity in LGBTQIA+ experiences.
  • Strategies for owning one's truth and the impact on self-confidence.
  • The psychological and emotional benefits of resolving conflicts and moving on.
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