With “ghosting” having become the new norm in terms of breaking off a relationship, Denali shares her most recent dating experiences and also discusses the #DeleteFacebook uproar.
Denali briefly discusses the anti-porn nonprofit organization, “Fight The New Drug”, getting pulled over for literally doing nothing wrong, and why Starbucks is disgusting.
Denali discusses the topic of cheating and why she believes that our society has encouraged, accepted, and allowed it to get to this point.
Denali rants (with solid evidence) about all of the fake feminists out there and what the true meaning of feminism should be. She also answers listener questions.
Denali shares what she has learned about a sinister site, referred to as the “Georgia Guidestones”. During this episode, you will hear about what this monument has to do with a possible New World Order, as well as a definitive depopulation plan, which has been formulated by Bill Gates and other elites. Get ready to freak out.
Cute But Psycho is back and in full effect, with this stir crazy fueled
rant discussion. Denali addresses all of the frustrations that come with online dating and social media, why knowing how to hack is an essential skill to have, and why guys that wear t-shirts with naked girls on them suck. This is an episode that you won’t want to miss.
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Here we go… Holding nothing back, Denali openly shares her opinions on sex and why it may be holding people back from finding the person that they are meant to be with, or a healthy relationship in general. She shares what she has learned from one of Oprah’s podcast episodes which featured DeVon Franklin & Meagan Good, authors of the New York Times best seller, The Wait. Truly, nothing is off limits in this candid episode.
Denali talks about taking Dr. D’Adamo’s Eat 4 Your Type blood test at home and some of the benefits that go along with eating for your blood type.
Denali has a much needed breakthrough involving a past relationship and shares what she has learned in regards to finally getting over somebody.