In a fast-changing world like ours, we're somehow conformed to the influences of Pop-Culture, Social Media, Technology, and more. In the interest of promoting awareness, your host, Ellis, explores the impact(good and bad) of present-day culture on various aspects of our lives, and also look through the lens of current events. I hope for folks to use the good influences in our society, and promote a culture that does the right things and treat others with respect and dignity, Ellis Said.
After serving 27 years as a public servant in the law enforcement field, it's fair to say special guest Jesus "Eddie" Campa (an Ex-Police Chief) has gained enough experience to discuss the issues with the policing culture in America. In an interview-style, the host asks Eddie a series of questions to address various issues in our current climate for Law Enforcement and Police brutality.
Let's talk about Substance Abuse Disorder! THIS GOES BEYOND THE PATIENT. Special Guests Leah and Rozzeta both work for the State of Colorado as counselors for Substance Abuse Disorder. The conversation tackles various issues surround this topic; the social aspects, its impacts on relationships, cultural influences, government policies, and more. "Borrowing Happiness" also points out the progress made as we continue to battle this disease and how we can do better as a society to combat it effectively.
How does spirituality and religion influence the present-day culture of dating and relationships? Is Our approach often conditioned? The Episode features Special guest R.L. Malpica, he provides clear definitions and explains how the most common misconceptions and lack of understanding about this topic can affect how we treat ourselves and others.
Often times we tend disagree with trends that appears unconventional to a society's social norm. Ellis tries to understand the mindset behind a woman proposing to a man. Amber passionately expresses her strong opinions on the topic. Love is beautiful as both hosts agrees. However, the conversation sparks important questions that we all might need to ask ourselves.
MARCH is Women's History Month. As we celebrate our women, it's important to promote mental health for them. Ellis and special guest Tiara Tucker discuss mental health and the challenges particular to women.
In the first episode of the third season, Dr. April Brown virtually joined Ellis and Amber to discuss self-Intimacy. The Hosts posed a series of questions, including those that sometimes spark debates in our society. In a true Undefined Truth Podcast fashion, the episode provides some comic relief while educating its audience.
In the final episode of season 2, the hosts, alongside special guests Austin and Leo, discuss the culture of the world's most popular holiday in a true Undefined Truth's fashion, filled with laughs, debates, and opinions that foster awareness while promoting positivity.
As the second season comes close to its end, Ellis and Amber use this episode to reflect on the year 2020, identifying various issues that we all (collectively) had to deal with. The hosts focused on uplifting listeners with messages of hope, and the need to end the year on a more positive note.
Have you always wondered what the conversations are like at the Barbershop? If you're a woman, the answer is probably, Yes. If you're a Guy, you plausibly may have thought to yourself, how is the conversation different at other shops. In Undefined Truth's introduction of The Barbershop series, Ellis, Kyng Kess, and Slick, owner of Slick Kutz, give different opinions on several issues.
Sometimes, people downplay their love for money or how it primarily drives their motives. The Hosts, and special guest, Dan, explore how money, success, and wealth influences present-day relationships. Let's be honest; we do care about what money can do.
Ellis and Amber discuss various things surrounding the Thanksgiving Holiday Celebration. For example; its meaning, what it means to other countries, and the possible changes in how people living in the U.S. would celebrate this year's Thanksgiving amid a Pandemic.
In a world of online dating and social media, long-distance relationships are much more prevalent than ever before. Its challenges can put one's loyalty, faith, or character to the test. In this episode, Ellis and Amber talk about an LDR's difficulties and offer opinions on maintaining such a relationship.
Ladies and Gentlemen, please return to your seats and keep your seat belts fastened. We're about to experience some rough turbulence! On today's episode of Undefined Truth, special guest, Rodock, the creator of Discovering RVA, tells a story laden with infidelity, drama, and several twists and turns you'll barely see coming.
Once a relationship has ended, is it really done? In Season 2 Episode 3, Ellis and Amber talk about the lingering effects of an ex, why some people tend to drift back together post-breakup, and the importance of healing before moving on.
It's common for people to think that everything in life should be available on-demand in a society like ours. Unfortunately, this mindset makes things difficult in today's dating and relationship climate. Along with special guests Brandon and Chanel, the hosts tackle various issues affecting the journey before and after marriage; they offer opinions on how we can better ourselves as individuals to maintain a healthy relationship.
"Don't shit where you eat" it's a well-known phrase used to warn against Workplace Romances. Interestingly, a lot of married couples in the U.S. met at work. Dating in a work environment can be risky, but it's happening more in present-day culture. Your hosts delve into this conversation with special guest Kesha, exploring various aspects of this type of romance.
When did online dating become the go-to way of meeting people? Ellis and co-host, Amber, explore this topic, including the advantages and disadvantages of dating apps, and the stigmas associated with online dating.
Maintaining a healthy relationship can be challenging when certain expectations aren't clear or met. Ellis, and returning special guest, Kyng Kess, discuss what a men expects from a women. Even though there are no conclusive answers in such a broad conversation, their views may provide insights for many.
In the fourth episode, your host, Ellis, and special guest, Julie, discuss dating for Indians living in America. The conversation touches on interracial dating, arranged marriages, and how the Indian culture influences dating and relationships in a non-traditional society.
Could you be in a situationship? In episode 3 of The Undefined Truth Podcast, Ellis and special guest, Genesis, discuss what this new-age term means. Their personal experiences allow them to consider why many people find themselves in a situation, rather than in a defined relationship.
Ellis(Host) dives into being African and dating in the U.S. He addresses the challenges and misconceptions African men face while navigating the dating climate in America. Ellis also tackles the controversial topic of why African men tend to not date African Women living the U.S. Special Guests, Amber, and Kyng Kess join Ellis and chime in to offer other perspectives which leads to a lively conversation.