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    WASTE! Discerning Sara got what was deserved

    Oh my! Super dramatic and dumb. The fake Christian perspective made me laugh. Sara's family and friends are the problem . She was 30... being treated like she is a young virginal teen bride to be. So tired of the word discerning, her family over used that word and made it worthless. Sara was definitely NOT discerning at all. She jumped on that D real quick. So easily fooled by a smooth talking "Christian" man. Her sister is constantly out of breath when talking and the audio quality is awful. Pass this up, not worth your time. Sara is dumb AF and got what she accepted and allowed. Too effin old to be that easily fooled. She is just a typical entitled idiot.

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    DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Reader,

    I beseech you to RUN, run FAR AWAY from this despicable sham of a "podcast".

    This unfortunate piece of media was falsely touted as "true crime" and promised listeners an in-depth look into an extremely serious and often overlooked topic (abusive relationships) which, if done correctly could have made a greatly informative and entertaining production.

    I had the displeasure of listening to Season One. Why, you might ask, did I continue to subject myself to hours of unimaginable suffering, episode after episode, with no relief, no end in sight?? Well dear reader, I had to hold on to hope that this unbearable "story" spun by this "Sarah" was going to deliver in its promises. "There must be some unimaginable psychotic twist at the end that makes this all worth it!!!" I lied in an attempt to comfort myself as my body jerked in and out of consciousness. But alas, dear reader, my relief never came.

    The main protagonist Sarah and her friends and family are the epitome of every negative stereotype afforded to the rich, white, Christian privileged members of our society. What befalls our dear Sarah at the hands of her ex is mere CHILDS PLAY compared to real life experience I know myself and people in my own life I have gone through. At most it makes for a good regaling at a party when the topic of ex-boyfriends comes up. NOTHING MORE. I dare say this "crazy" ex was probably the best thing to happen to Sarah considering she got her of 15 minutes of fame on the podcast PLUS she has some blog or whatever that they kept plugging every 2 seconds?? This giant princess baby had it coming, considering she must have lived under a literal ROCK her entire life if she was fooled for even 2 seconds to believe this guy was anything more than your basic run of the mill, dime a dozen
    narcissist.

    From a production standpoint the audio was horrible, multiple interviews could've been greatly cut down or omitted completely for repeating the same goddamn information every goddamn time, the music sucked, the ad breaks were random.

    In conclusion this podcast needs a serious rebranding or it needs to apologize to ACTUAL victims of abuse for its gross mishandling and misrepresentation of the subject. Byeeeeeeeeeeeee felicia

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    Hey 'OG Crime Junkies'! Just because you don't have social media doesn't make you a sociopath

    Good Grief. I have heard this comment on Tiffany's show several times. Just because someone chooses not to participate in social media does NOT mean they are a sociopath. Some of us conscientiously object to participation for many legitimate, thoughtful and insightful reasons. There's nothing wrong with saying no to social media. I'm tired of the assumptions and grand misinformed statements made on this podcast. I've had enough.

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    That's all folks!
189 Episodes 18.1k Ratings First Aired: Dec 17, 2018

When Sara got engaged she thought she was marrying the Christian man of her dreams. Until one week before their wedding when she learned - something was wrong. Something Was Wrong is an Iris Award Winning docu-series podcast about the discovery, trauma and recovery of being engaged to a sociopath. Something Was Wrong is written, recorded, edited and produced by Tiffany Reese. (@LookieBoo) All music by Glad Rags. Hear their newest album, Wonder Under via iTunes. (@GladRagsMusic) Check out Sara’s personal blog, Space & Purpose. (@SpaceandPurpose) Thank you to Alissa Doyle for her hype, support + story editing assistance. Follow the hashtag #SomethingWasWrongPod on Instagram. Buy SWW Merch at sww.threadless.com Up your 'gram game in a snap with Picture Play. Use offer code SWW to get $3 off now at jillkrause.shop Sip on Inbooze Cocktail Kits and get 20% off AND free shipping with code: SOMETHINGBOOZY at www.inbooze.com Get free shipping (USA only) at Pew Pew Lasercraft with code: SWWPOD www.pewpewlasercraft.com If you or someone you know is being abused, please contact The National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 (SAFE).

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189 Episodes 18.1k Ratings First Aired: Dec 17, 2018

When Sara got engaged she thought she was marrying the Christian man of her dreams. Until one week before their wedding when she learned - something was wrong. Something Was Wrong is an Iris Award Winning docu-series podcast about the discovery, trauma and recovery of being engaged to a sociopath. Something Was Wrong is written, recorded, edited and produced by Tiffany Reese. (@LookieBoo) All music by Glad Rags. Hear their newest album, Wonder Under via iTunes. (@GladRagsMusic) Check out Sara’s personal blog, Space & Purpose. (@SpaceandPurpose) Thank you to Alissa Doyle for her hype, support + story editing assistance. Follow the hashtag #SomethingWasWrongPod on Instagram. Buy SWW Merch at sww.threadless.com Up your 'gram game in a snap with Picture Play. Use offer code SWW to get $3 off now at jillkrause.shop Sip on Inbooze Cocktail Kits and get 20% off AND free shipping with code: SOMETHINGBOOZY at www.inbooze.com Get free shipping (USA only) at Pew Pew Lasercraft with code: SWWPOD www.pewpewlasercraft.com If you or someone you know is being abused, please contact The National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 (SAFE).

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