Full disclosure: I am not a fan of reality TV–with one exception. I’ve just watched the first two episodes of Liz Nead’s Life Dare show on Fox TV. If you missed them, you can catch up at http://lifedare.tv/
The first episode featured two couples with good relationships completing challenges intended to make their relationships better. On the second episode, chef Kris Van Tuyl dared to cook brussels sprouts and serve them to kids.
The challenges are worth taking on but not too threatening, the pace is relaxed, and Liz respects her audience enough to avoid preaching. Advice is shared through candid comments from Liz and her friends and guests.
The “reality” in this series comes from real people doing realistic things to make everyday life better. Daring to embrace everyday life is a courageous act, and this show provides engaging, practical ways to step up to the challenge.