But I don't want to change the storytelling for a hypothetical. But luckily we're coming back so it's all good." While the first season didn't end on any cliffhangers, the MMA series is going to look extremely different when it returns for season two, since the premiere picks up after a big time jump.
Balasco spoke with What did you learn from season one that you're going to apply to season two?
Feeling angry isn't necessarily a problem if that anger is handled constructively; however, anger is often worsened by common beliefs that are not necessarily true.
For example, many people learned as children that being angry means being out of control, acting childishly, or being aggressive.
These differences can range from trivial to more significant disagreements, but regardless of the content of the disagreement, conflict often stirs up strong feelings.
Disagreements can lead people to feel angry and hurt.
The truth is that anger is a normal human emotion, just as normal and healthy as joy, happiness, and sadness.
Fair fighting is a way to manage conflict and the feelings that come with it effectively. Don't introduce other topics until each is fully discussed.
She was plagued by slurs and derogatory comments on a regular basis during her three tours in Iraq."It didn't really have an affect," Balasco tells ."I go into every season optimistic that we're coming back and if for some reason we never did, the season will still be satisfying.We learned what we're good at, production-wise, and what we can really achieve, budgetarily.And how our filmmaking works and the tone of that and the vibe of that.