Quinn Fry

Quinn Fry speaks candidly about religion and relationships.

on Jan 16, 2008


A lot of you have been asking about what it is I do for a living and this episode gave you a little taste of it. My work keeps me very busy — I've been working at a telecommunications company for nine years now as their Internet Marketing Manager and I also run an Orange County Event Web site that gives local people the weekly updates on where to go, what's happening, and who's playing where and when. We also have weekly restaurant reviews, concert updates, and list most charity functions. Those two jobs keep me VERY busy, both at the office and also out and about on the OC social scene. So if you want to know the haute spots in the OC to go, I'll know them!

Religion and relationships — wow — where do I start? I guess I'll start by saying that what a person feels strongly about (whatever that is) is woven into their very core. It's part of who they are, why they act the way they do, and what makes them unique. If you are in a relationship and you believe strongly in something and the other person doesn't, or worse believes the total opposite, things can get messy. If it's something uncomplicated like ...who likes butter and who likes margarine, obviously the butter wins — kidding. But when it's something that is important to the other person, you will need to talk openly about it and share why they feel the way they do with each other. If we are still at opposites after communicating our heartfelt beliefs ... then for me that's a deal breaker.