Sex when you're single can be wild and fun if you're adventurous, or it can spell doom and gloom if you're not careful. It all depends on where you're at, what your needs are, and what kind of shape your ego is in. Long term relationship? Marriage? Fuck buddy? Casual hook-up? There's something for everybody, you just gotta be clear on what you want first. Tune into DONE BEING SINGLE and let Treva and Robby help guide you through the Wild West of singles sex.
Who are you online? A straight shooter or con job? Do you lie about your age, height, weight, income, marital status, etc. on dating apps? Or, do you tell the truth and hope for the best? On this week’s DONE BEING SINGLE, we’re delving into the shady world of online dating, with its liars, bullshitters, and yes, some very good people too. Adding her insights to the discussion will be cyber-dating expert Julie Spira, author of the bestseller, “The Perils of Cyber-Dating: Confessions of a Hopeful Romantic Looking for Love Online.”
We all have them—some are harsh, some are unreasonable, and some are more deal points than deal breakers. Won’t date a guy who’s separated? Won’t date a woman with small kids? Don’t want to be a nurse or a purse? Don’t want to date someone who isn’t a college grad, great looking, or rich enough? Good luck with that. As we discussed in last week’s episode, nobody’s perfect, but shouldn’t everyone have a few non-negotiables when they’re dating? There's great debate on whether deal breakers are self-protective, or self-sabotage--especially if used to put up obstacles or make excuses. Tune in this week when we debate deal breakers with Brian Howie, host and creator of the Great Love Debate world tour, and the Great Love Debate podcast, the top-rated dating & relationship podcast on iTunes since 2016.
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.
If you’re single in this political climate, chances are politics are either wreaking havoc on your love life, or if you’re lucky, helping you get lucky. Are you dating across the aisle, or only along party lines? These days, the politics of dating are screwing everybody. We’ll be talking to singles on the political spectrum—from diehard Dems to staunch Conservatives—to hear their take on dating in the age of Trump.