Episode 16 - Abuse, Addiction, and the Power of Forgiveness (Abbey Lindblom)

Abbey Lindblom joins the girls this week as their special guest! Abbey is the 23 year old owner of the clothing boutique, Shop Fidelity. Abbey was physically and emotionally abused growing up, then her relationship with her mom was sabotaged by her mother’s drug and alcohol addictions. Unfortunately, Abbey lost her mom a year and a half ago to her addictions. Abbey opens up about the importance of forgiveness and letting go. She emphasizes how vital it is to create something good from trials so you can break the cycle. Her shop donates 10% of each purchase to NCADD - a rehab recovery program for women struggling with drug addiction. @abbeylindblom @shopfidelity www.shopfidelity.co

Episode 9 - Growing up Gay and Mormon (Ty French)

This week the hilarious & always iconic Tyson French, a photographer and influencer from Los Angeles and long time friend of the girls, joins the WWS podcast! Tyson tells his story about growing up in a religious LDS home and being gay, coming to terms with who he truly is, and finally coming out to his friends and family at the age of 18. Follow Tyson on Social Media: @tyfrench @tyfrenchphoto

Episode 8 Part 1 - First Guests! (Our Husbands)

& now a word from our husbands.... these two were highly requested! This week we have our first guests: Chelsey’s husband, Nick & Jaci’s husband, Leif. They talk about how they met, recall their “love” stories, offer amateur marriage advice, and spill about all the drama that comes with dating & married life.

Episode 3 - Young Love

How young is TOO young to get married? Chels and Jace weigh the pros and cons of getting hitched at a young age and what makes or breaks a relationship, all while reading and addressing comments and stories from their listeners. 

Episode 2 - Nature vs. Nurture

Were you born a blank canvas, or do your genes predetermine who you will become? Chels and Jace discuss how our childhood (good or bad) affects us, why this is an ongoing debate, & maybe, just maybe, we will learn a thing or two about identical & fraternal twins!?