Sometimes your friend’s relationship advice is not what you need right now. Maybe you have been pestering them about the same crush so many times that they are afraid to ask you one more question about your options. It’s crucial to seek out the help of experts when you are in such a situation.
There are hundreds of dating podcasts available online. This is great news for anyone looking for advice on dating, how to get over a bad relationship, and more. These are the top 10 relationship podcasts you should be listening to right now.
Why Would You Not Date Me? With Nicole Byer
Nicole Byer may be a familiar face from Nailed It, but did know that this funny woman is also single? (I know, it’s shocking). In “Why Won’t You Date Me?” Nicole embarks on a journey to discover why she isn’t being booed up. She talks to comedians, ex-exes, and experts along the way to find the right answer.
There are over one million three hundred thousand sixty-two podcasts dedicated to heterosexual couples. This is why “Nancy” is so important. Tobin Low and Kathy Tu discuss today’s “queer experience”, which covers everything from coming out to finding love. The show has stopped releasing new episodes but there is an amazing backlog that will always be relevant.
We bought a house
Yup, Billie Eilish’s brother Finneas, has a podcast with his charming Billie-lookalike girlfriend Claudia Sulewski. Finneas, Claudia and their neighbor talk about living together in “We Bought a House”. They discuss everything, from how they met to the difficulties that plagued them.
“Modern Love” began as a column in The New York Times. It then evolved into a podcast and is now a Amazon show. Its success is due to its stories. Meghna Chakrabarti, Daniel Jones and other celebrities join them to discuss and read amazing stories about love. This podcast covers every aspect of life. Even if you don’t relate to every story, there are still lessons to be learned.
The Viall Files
You will love “The Viall Files,” regardless of whether you are a Bachelor fan, or just in need of some advice from a guy. Nick Viall answers questions and gives advice to his fans. He also has very interesting conversations with his guests.
The world of dating has changed so much since your parents first met. This is why “U Up?” This blog is dedicated to the discussion of the rules and issues surrounding modern dating. Jared Freid, Jordana Abraham and Jordana Jacob cover everything from dating apps to DTR (defining a relationship),
“Dear Sugars,” promises “radically empathic advice” for all your dating questions, regardless of how obscure or niche they might be. You must hear the advice of experts and columnists in dating Cheryl Strayed or Steve Almond.
Breakup Boost is the podcast to listen to if you are currently in a relationship breakup. Trina Leckie, a relationship and breakup coach, promises to “help heal you heart” while also helping you prepare for your next relationship.
Dating Diaries: Quarantine confessions
Although it is possible to date during the coronavirus epidemic, it can be more difficult. “Dating Diaries” examines the changes in relationships and how to navigate them.
Committed with Jo Piazza
Jo Piazza shares incredible stories about couples and how they managed to make their relationship work, despite many challenges. You’ll realize how lucky you are that long distance is not the problem in your relationship.