Author of the best-selling relationship book, Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus, John Gray discusses what happens when Mars & Venus are quarantined. YIKES!
A GREAT episode about male/female dynamics and the balance of power. What do men need in time of need? What do women need to feel safe? How do you give each other space? Get great tips and takeaways on keeping your sanity AND your love alive in the time of coronavirus.
Even though this episode of Done Being Single was recorded just before the coronavirus hit, its message and lessons are right on time.
Building habits, maintaining structure, keeping a sense of normalcy is EVERTHING right now. From dating habits to living habits, your survival depends on how well you adapt, change, and rewire. The question is, can you do it? Our guest, behavioral scientist and New York Times best-selling author BJ Fogg, shares his actionable and science-backed steps to help you make immediate changes in your life.
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 fount of wisdom when it comes to mastering a zen attitude in 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 his constructive ways to harness your energy.
Dr. Andre Berger
There’s nothing like a pandemic to cramp your dating style. Should you take a break or 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? What are best practices for video dating? 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.
Whether you’re a Boomer or GenX, the midlife crisis is real, and so is the struggle. 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, journalist and New York Times best-selling author Ada Calhoun shares her eye-opening, groundbreaking research on the new midlife crisis and how to deal with it.
Your inner bully has been kicking the sh*t out of your self-esteem and confidence for years, convincing you you’re not good enough. Now it’s time to tell your inner bully (and anyone else who tries to bully you) who’s boss. Empowering you is Theresa Byrne, global defense expert, business owner, 4th degree Black Belt, and a badass at slaying the inner bully. Her 2019 TEDx talk on “The Dangers of the Inner Bully,” was recently listed as one of the “Top Ten Most Meaningful TED Talks” by Thrive Global magazine
Dr. Karin Anderson Abrell
Daters beware: it can happen if you’re not careful. Burnout and bitterness from being single is all too common, especially if you’ve had repeated disappointments, chronic rejection, or too much time in the dating trenches. The temptation to take out your frustrations on others can also happen if you’re not careful. If you’re going to be in the game, if you want to be a successful dater and a happy single, you’re going to need endurance, staying power, a better attitude, and some serious game skills. Coaching you with insight and experience, is psychologist and dating expert, Dr. Karin Anderson Abrell.
Debi Carlin Boyle
On this week’s episode, we prove you don’t need to have your shit totally together to find love. You don’t have to be the perfect weight or financially stable or completely self-actualized. We’re all a work in progress, and trying to find yourself shouldn’t preclude you from finding love. You shouldn’t have to wait. As a wellness expert and single woman, our guest Debi Carlin Boyle shows you how to do both.
In this very real and raw episode of Done Being Single, we share our stories of losing loved ones: from processing grief, finding healing, understanding the impact of loss on relationships and dating, and finally surrendering to the power of love. Joining the conversation with his own inspiring story is midlife dating coach and mentor, Jonathon Aslay.
To read more about Jonathon’s journey through love & loss, go to www.jonathonaslay.com/love