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Love Is Like A Plant, sarah May Bates (Hello Giggles) teams up with me, Ellen Huerta, to answer the question "If love is like a plant, how do we keep it alive?" Whether you're heartbroken or happily in love, we explore what it means.
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Death, Sex Money, like Savage Lovecast, these episodes aren't exclusively on love and relationships, but many are.
Strangers, though not strictly about romantic love, many of Lea Thau's stories center guys looking to pay for sex around relationships.
If you're going through a relationship rough patch, there are times when all you want is an unbiased source to give you some solid advice.We love the expert's daily tips and try to do them everyday.And yes, you can even discover things about your own relationship just by listening to strangers talk about theirs.To listen to an audio podcast, mouse over the title and click Play.Savage, who is probably best known for founding the It Gets Better Project, brings his well-known humor to topics like We know What Women Really Want.You will not be able to stop listening, especially as she starts to interview former lovers.But sometimes you just need someone to remind you that you're not alone, and maybe even tell you what.Though the topics definitely center around SF dating culture, you'll be able to relate to it even if you don't live in the Bay.
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Dateable, if you want slightly more professional advice on finding love and you're in the San Francisco area, you might enjoy this new podcast on dating hosted by two dating coaches.
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