Whatever Amen : Sex and Love
Summary: We can’t talk about the human condition without addressing sex and love. Shameful and wonderful, inconvenient and euphoric, love and sex are the dynamic duo responsible for the most pleasure as well as the most havoc in our lives. Often suspicious of love and ever curious about sex, Amy has thoroughly explored these mysteries. In this weekly podcast she shares some of the surprising, annoying, and heartening things she’s learned along the way.
Compatibility and Soul Mates: the wild-childs crew tells all! (Or rather, tells a couple things, that may or may not be true.) Amy Childs | Happiness Consultant
Friendship, family, marriage, and other commitment thing-a-ma-dings
“I would rather feel this ache than feel nothing at all.” – Nikiah “Breaking up is the most important part of being in a relationship.” – Jonathan “I think breaking up is glorious!” - Kayla *Also seems applicable to "breaking up..." Enjoy! Amy Childs | Happiness Consultant
Jay and Bethany talk about all kinds of good stuff, including wearing leather and speedos, social anxiety, the queer trans community, cockroaches, drinking, drugs, bad singing, not fitting in, depression, cross-dressing, being yourself, being happy under any circumstance, and finding friends who like you for who you are.
Moving on from celibacy to.... to something else.
Maybe the secret to good communication is to quit talking so much.
Yep you heard me, my firstborn child is now an engaged man. If you want to hear them give the blow by blow of how this happened, this show is just for you.
Relationships, comfort, commitment, sex addiction and gay/human pride
The last season6 interview with Daniel on the topics of romance, sex and partnership.
Amy is a mutant, especially when it comes to love
What do healthy adults really need? Can being “in love” be a part of a healing path? And other stuff.
Daniel says that "to love is to nurture." And other things too.
A friendship is healthy to the degree that both people in the friendship are committed to their own growth and their true self. At least, that's what Daniel says. What do you think?
Do you miss sex? Do I regret your past relationships? Do I love Philly so much that I want to *marrrry* it??
past relationships, primary commitments, break-ups, sisterly giggles and love