008: Groom Guide: How to avoid sleeping on the couch!

by Aleisha
Welcome to the first Groom Guide Episode! I really want this podcast to be gender neutral. No matter who you’re marrying and what your budget it, Bridechilla Podcast caters for all things weddingy and ALL couples.

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This is a fun, must listen, for fiancés of both sexes who are wedding planning! Grab your guy (or lady) because this episode is for everyone. Wedding planning can bring out the best and worst in couples. And there are plenty of nonchalant Grooms-to-be, whose seeming indifference can be just as grating as someone who is overly passionate and controlling.
Aleisha welcomes author, podcast host and entrepreneur Nick Pavlidis, whose latest project A Terrible Husband is super apt for Bridechilla Podcast listeners.
How did he make the discovery that he was a ‘terrible husband’ and how did he turn it all around?
We talk accountability, wedding napkin selection, embracing each other’s family (no matter how alien they might seem) and how to undo bad habits that will only get worse. By the end of the episode, you’ll be on track to being a Fabulous future Husband/Wife! So take a moment to step away from wedding budgets, photographer selection, guest lists, vow writing and grab your significant other, to learn about how to maintain and improve your relationship, while planning the best wedding day ever!


I really connected with Nick’s ethos. Sometimes we get lazy. Sometimes we don’t listen. Sometimes we aren’t on our best, most respectful, you’re the love of my life, so why am I being a dick, behaviour (my words not his).

A Terrible Husband Website has plenty of great reading on this topic, by Nick and his team of contributors, be sure to check it out!
Get Nick’s Book for FREE Here!

Nick Pavlidis is a husband, father, lawyer, and business and life coach whose upcoming book, Confessions of a Terrible Husband: Lessons Learned from a Lumpy Couch, exposes how he became a terrible husband, discovered that he was a terrible husband, took inventory, and committed to becoming better and better each day.

Nick linked to this Buzzfeed article, which I thought was fun ’15 simple long term relationship hacks’. ..which in turn came from this old school but still cool Meta Filter feed (never thought I’d write that in 2014!).

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1 comment

Nick Pavlidis November 28, 2014 - 3:46 am

I had a great time chatting with you. Thanks for having me!


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