Known for his many roles on TV and film, but probably best known for his role as "Jackie Chiles" on "Seinfeld," Phil Morris is way more than a talented actor: he's a martial arts guru, a spiritual seeker, and fountain of wisdom when it comes to mastering a zen attitude in the face of crazy and chaos. He's also Treva & Robby's lifelong friend, and a great guy to talk to when all hell is breaking loose. On this episode, Phil shares his go-to tips and best practices for dealing with panic, fear, being out of work, as well as constructive ways to harness your energy.
There's nothing like a pandemic to cramp your dating style. Should you keep swiping? Get tested before meeting? Can you go on a date and stay 6ft. away? When is it safe to hug, kiss, or get intimate? Physician Dr. Andre Berger and dating expert Sandy Weiner give you the 411 on ways to stay safe AND socially connected in the time of COVID19.
At a certain age, most of us will find ourselves caring for aging parents or elderly loved ones. How do you do it and still have a life? If you're single, how do you balance caring for a parent with dating and relationships? Even if you’re married, how do you find balance and set proper boundaries? What kind of self-care techniques should you be practicing to save your love life and sanity? On this episode, Treva and Robby open up about their aging parents, the challenges they’re facing, and how they’re protecting their marriage through it all.
Whether you're a Boomer or GenX, the midlife crisis is true, and the struggle is real. Buying fast cars and dating younger women are nothing compared to the existential despair of financial worry, unmet expectations, self-doubt, hormonal changes, aging parents, and the pressures of social media. On this episode, New York Times best-selling journalist and author Ada Calhoun shares her eye-opening, groundbreaking research on the new midlife crisis and how to deal with it.