Ever heard someone use the excuse they're too picky and that's why they can't meet anyone? Or, maybe you know someone who isn't picky enough and keeps attracting losers. Haven't we all been a little of both at times? Remember, nobody's perfect--especially in the dating world. Join us as we explore the deeper reasons for pickiness, and it's flip side, not picky enough.
After a year plus of pandemic stress eating and drinking, we're finally getting back to normal, and back into action. But what about those extra pounds and bad habits we picked up along the way? How do we lose the weight and get fit? What kind of diet should we be on, and where do we find the motivation if we've turned into lazy sloths?
Look no further than fitness guru and nutritional expert, Jill Brown, our guest this week on Done Being Single. She's got all the tips and tools you need to get yourself into post-pandemic shape.
Science geeks and horny bastards, this episode is for you!
Sexpert and sexy brainiac Susan Bratton bares it all with her newest techniques, hottest tips, latest science, and reveals her own struggles and recovery from COVID. From cock rings to hyperbaric oxygen therapy, Susan knows all.
Whether you're looking to spice things up, enhance your intimacy, or are curious about COVID treatments and ways to stay healthy and sexually active during the pandemic, there are takeaways for everybody.
So light some candles, slip into something more comfortable, and tune in!
What does business and dating have in common? The highly desirable, very elusive "It Factor." It's more than charm, looks, and charisma, it's about having conviction and passion about what you do, and who you are.
Our guest this week, author and professor Suneel Gupta, cracks the code on how to pick a winner, how to stand out, and how to get someone to take a chance on you. In other words, how to be "Backable," the name of his forthcoming new book.
This episode is like Xanax for dating jitters. Get rid of nerves and performance anxiety by understanding your attachment style, honoring your needs, and practicing science backed coping mechanisms. With Chris Rackliffe's expert guidance and insights, you'll recognize your core gifts, and get the love and affection you deserve--all without a doctor's prescription!
We've all chased love at one time or another, some of us still do. We do it when we're lonely or insecure, when we're seeking approval or need connection. We chase love because we don't trust it will come on its own. And the harder we try to catch it, the further it stays away.
Not even a pandemic will stop people from chasing!
On this episode, Dasha Schindler, author of the new book "Don't Chase Love, Cut To The Chase: Or, How To Google Your Way To A Happy Relationship," shares her story of childhood trauma, her lifelong pursuit to heal her heart, and her secrets to finding love without having to chase it.
Robby and Treva aren't parents, but they're tipping their hats to the (single) parents doing the heavy lifting. Managing home, work, life, kids AND a love life is never easy, but doing it in a pandemic takes mad skills and patience.
This week's guest, licensed marriage and family therapist Kristin MacDermott, shares her tips, tools, and strategies for successful pandemic parenting.
From knowing your roles, to managing expectations and setting healthy boundaries, to instilling respect, creating structure, and building coping skills, we're helping parents of all kinds to get a grip and level-up during the pandemic and beyond.
In an election year that's more contentious than ever, is it possible to hate someone's politics but still love them?
According to our guests Jeanne Safer and Richard Brookhiser, it is.
Jeanne is a Liberal, and the author of the book, "I Love You, But I Hate Your Politics." Richard is a Conservative, and the Sr. Editor of the National Review, the leading conservative journal of opinion. Despite being on opposite sides of the aisle, they've been happily married for 40 years!
There's a secret key to politics and love, but you'll have to put your political differences aside to find out in this episode!
Cougars are having a moment. Not that midlife women dating and marrying younger men is anything new, it's just that midlife isn't what it used to be. Gone are the rules, parameters, restrictions, and judgement. Today's post-50 women are free to be who they want, date who they want, and be equal partner with the ones they love.
Older women/younger men, your time has come.
Joining the discussion is Vicki Larson, award-winning journalist, and co-author of the book "The New I Do: Reshaping Marriage for Skeptics, Realists and Rebels."
When you slay your anxiety, you slay your need for control. Dealing with the unknowns and tolerating the uncertainty of a pandemic are skills that need learned and practiced. On this week's episode, we've got the perfect teacher, Lisa Gornall.
A spiritual medium, healer, mindset & energy coach, and author, Lisa has the tools to help you slay anxiety, and connect with your power. Because when it comes to beating back any monster, you're stronger than you think.