Episode #49 – Jim and Cindy (Part 2)


In part 2 In this week’s episode we wrap up last week’s conversation with Jim and Cindy Wigdahl. Jim and Cindy have been friends for over 30 years, but have only been married for 4 or 5 years. Their story is amazing and sad and full of hope all at the same time. It will open your heart. I hope you love it.

In this conversation, we discuss:

  • Not trying to change each other.
  • Be a good listener.
  • The power of male friendships
  • Don’t allow yourself to be drawn to a person who is exactly like you
  • Love yourself first
  • Being ok not having all the answers, and instead being a questioner
  • How losing your spouse changes your perspective of life
  • Loneliness
  • How do you know in 2 months that you were supposed to get married?
  • “I’m happy to be stuck with you.” When you’re single, if you don’t like something, you just leave and find something else that you prefer.
Show Notes:
If you love the smooth and sultry sounds of Jim’s voice, you can check out his voice talent website <a href=”jimwigdahl.com” target=”_blank”>here</a>. Leave your thoughts about this interview in the comments!

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