Ariel Kashanchi is an Iranian American comedian, actress and podcaster. Ariel is a comedic star on the rise, and a future perennial face on television. She hosts two podcasts, is a pilates pro, and a cat lover.
over 4 years ago
Can intelligence cure depression? Armed with an IQ of , comedian and writer Ariel Kashanchi hopes so. Every week Ariel brings you into her dark and sometimes funny world examining how she got to this place and how the mind can be manipulated. Listen on Apple Podcasts. Ariel talks about the terrible psychic reading she just got, her made up vocabulary, the time she got revenge on a bully, and braving a Persian market mid pandemic. Ariel makes her post Covid predictions and other musings from having too much time alone.
I was thinking about this last night after listening to Radio West. I'm the kind of person that believes that it is just tacky in general to break up or end things via text, but that was my only option. We're generally very happy when we're together, but like everyone else, it isn't always easy to find the time between his schedule and mine. I know kids and a house will make our time together challenging, but for as long as I have known him his family is the most important thing and he makes sure to keep a strong relationships between them. It is so hard, so sad and so lonely.
I was definitely taking the "Tough love" approach because I've read countless times on this and other boards, how Mormons claimed that they were cool with their SO not being Mormon, and that they weren't, themselves, orthodox. Being independent is sexy to these men who endure grueling hours, tons of paperwork and politics AND operate. And if he loves you as much as you love him.