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Urban Therapy with Sun #36 Good enough for you

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This show is about love with someone that may not necessarily meet the approval of family or fiends or colleagues.

How would you handle a situation of being in love with or being pursued by someone who was from the wrong side of the tracks so to say? What if he/she was less educated or was involved in a profession or activity that did not only not live up to the standards that you may have set for yourself but also the ones associated with your upbringing? What if they were a stripper, exotic dancer, drug dealer, slacker or ex-convict? Would it or should it make a difference to you and yours if they have the potential to make you happy? How can you know if it's right? Do you trust your own judgement to see a situation like this through?

What if a person was of a different race, ethnicity, religion or financial status than you? Would it be easy for you to present this person to your people or would you see how the relationship was progressing first and wait until there was no other way around it? Would you make the person pretend to be something else around your peers until you felt more comfortable revealing the truth?

This show is about whether you would fake the funk or not? Have you ever done that? Should you have to? Do others have influence over what you consider your happiness to be for you or do you run this?

Do you know what is good enough for you and will that be good enough for them?

 

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