Sex and the Single Girl was wildly popular non-fiction book written in 1962 by Helen Gurley Brown, editor of Cosmopolitan Magazine. It broke taboos and sold millions by encouraging women to take charge of their sex lives at a time when men had all the power in the bedroom. 56 years later, the single girl might have more say and more power, but she still has questions about sex, and she isn’t afraid to ask. Whether you’re a single gal worried about her sexual mojo, or a guy wondering how to turn his girl on, all your questions will be answered by our guest this week, psychotherapist, writer, and sex coach, Vanessa Marin.
You say you want to be in a relationship, but do you even know how? Do you know what it takes to find a healthy, stable partner? Do you know what's required to sustain a happy partnership? Treva and Robby are still learning, and want to share their discoveries and insights with you. So they're hitting the couch for some live, on-air, couples counseling with Jonathan Robinson, psychotherapist and author of the bestselling book, "Communication Miracles for Couples."
The Rolling Stones once said: “You can’t always get what you want, but if you try sometime, you find you get what you need.” But when you’re single and dating, can you get what you need without settling? Is even a little settling too much? How do you keep your bar raised, your standards high, and still be realistic? The real truth is, you get what you need when you stop searching, and start settling. Settling isn’t a dirty word, it’s just misunderstood. On this week’s episode of DONE BEING SINGLE, we’re inviting Lori Gottlieb, psychotherapist and author of the New York Times bestseller, “MARRY HIM: The Case For Marrying Mr. Good Enough,” to put a different spin on settling. And she should know—she wrote the book on it.
Dating with baggage--you may have it, or you may be dating someone who has it. Kids, a crazy ex, an ugly divorce, personal issues, all qualify as stuff we bring with us when we date and get into new relationships. The baggage might be heavy, but it doesn't have to weigh you down. Our guest this week, Tom Carouso, MFT, will help you unpack your baggage, unload your stuff, and free yourself up to love.