Relations - The Podcast
Summary: Relations: The Podcast, is the show that helps your social, professional, and romantic relationships start on a healthy foundation, grow to their full potential, or heal from any issue, with your hosts, Sarah J. Storer and Elijah R. Young!
0159 – How to Rock Single Life
0158 – Comp Wrong Single
0157 – 8 Facts About Singles
0154 – Everyone Hates These 8 Types of Couples
Show Intro I am Elijah R Young, I’m here with Sarah J. Storer and this is Relations: The Podcast, the on-demand radio show giving you better relationships, and more importantly, helping you become a better person to be in a relationship with…In today’s show: Show Description This is for the fellas, today we’re gonna … Continue reading "0153 – 3 Rock Solid Ways to Get Your Ex-Girlfriend Back"
Show Intro I am Elijah R Young, I’m here with Sarah J. Storer and this is Relations: The Podcast, the on-demand radio show giving you better relationships, and more importantly, helping you become a better person to be in a relationship with…In today’s show: Show Description We’re going to give you eight, ‘no fail’ … Continue reading "0152 – 8 First Date Conversation Starters Guaranteed to Get Your Date Talking"
Admit it...we all have “the list.” The one we keep in the back of our minds that automatically mean “no, thanks,” in a relationship. Dealbreakers can range from the petty to the serious, and in some ways, help us to narrow our choices. But are they always useful in dating and relationships? And how do we know if we’re cutting out people who might otherwise be a good fit because of our “list?”
Communication is lubrication…” but what if you and your partner suddenly seem to be speaking a foreign language to each other? Or what if there is that person in your life you’d like to reach on a different level? Perhaps the way you perceive and receive love is a language all its own...but it is possible to learn other languages, no matter how badly you did in high school German.
We all mess up from time to time, whether we mean to or not. It’s not easy to admit when you have hurt someone, and sometimes a messed up apology can make things even worse. So what’s the proper way to apologize? And how can we get past meaningless “sorries?”
The old saying is that the best way to get over someone is to get under someone else. But is a rebound really the best way to heal? And what if you’re missing life lessons from the last relationship by jumping right into the next? So if you’ve ever rebounded or are looking to rebound, this episode can help.
She’s convinced he can’t really think she’s beautiful. He’s convinced that he can never really please her. Both of them are wrong...and why? Because they’re insecure. Insecurity can be an insidious feeling that can literally destroy perfectly good relationships. But what if insecurity doesn’t have to be a fact of life? And what if there are real and actionable ways to overcome insecurity and make your relationships more awesome TODAY?
Advice is everywhere, and everyone loves to give it. But let’s face it, most of it is mediocre or even bad (as we discovered in our last episode). So what is some of the greatest advice the experts have to give? And what is some of the best advice you’ve heard? We’ve got it all in this episode.
Everyone loves to give advice. The problem is, a lot of it is bad. Even our well-intentioned friends can completely steer us down the wrong path. So today, we’re getting that all out of the way with some of the worst advice from the experts, and the worst advice both YOU and the Relations Podcast team have ever heard.
Countless dudes claim to be the “nice guy” who never gets the girl, yet many women keep wondering where all the “nice guys” are in the dating scene. So is it truly a detriment if you’re a nice guy, or do nice guys just need to reframe how they approach their interactions with women they’re attracted to?
With more than 40% of adults divorced, widowed or purposefully single in America, it stands to reason that there would be hundreds of resources for single people on how to get through life. Unfortunately, the world just sort of assumes that all single people want to be “not-single” people, and there is a sad lack of information for people who are kickin’ it alone. So how DO you learn to navigate life as a single person? And what if you’re totally okay with being single...forever?