The concepts of marriage and monogamy have been around for ages, but does that mean they’re right for us all? On today’s show, Emily is joined by Tao Ruspoli, writer and director of his new film Monogamish, to talk about how relationships have evolved and expanded.
Breakups: it’s something that we all go through. Sometimes, adjusting to life post breakup is easy peasy, painless, maybe even a weight off your shoulders. Sometimes, however, it’s depressing, life-changing, and it can be incredibly difficult to calibrate a new life routine for yourself. When it’s the latter, it can often feel like you’ll never feel the same again—especially in the bedroom.
We’ve been talking about it for months and it’s finally here. In today’s show, Emily and Menace are answering not only your emails, but your voicemails too!
On this show, Emily is joined by award-winning author, TV personality and podcaster Anna David. With the help of Menace, they address a slew of tricky topics, from bad sex to bad breakups and everything in between.
Emily may have just dressed up five nights in a row for Halloween and Menace was nominated to be a Prom King, but don’t worry, today’s show is all about grown up topics. A rather young listener has trouble leaving a relationship and entering a new one, so Emily has some advice on how to break up. Menace starts a 30 day Starbucks challenge to “see what happens,” so he might not be the best source of advice for making mature decisions… Continue Reading
Emily recaps Episode Five of Miss Advised in a video podcast on TradioV. Emily and Menace discuss their momentous kiss before calling up her costars, dating columnist Julia Allison and Matchmaker Amy Laurent. Julia talks about attending “prom” at 31 and Amy talks about walking out on her date at a diner… Continue Reading
Emily is going to New York to hang out with Andy Cohen as a guest on Watch What Happens Live on the 23rd. Menace prepares Emily for the “hard” questions she’s going to have to answer. Emily and Menace discuss relationships and how spending time apart from your boyfriend or girlfriend can be beneficial for your relationship. Emily breaks down the the top ten reasons people break up including the need to feel independent… Continue Reading
Emily talks to Rachel A Sussman, author of “The Breakup Bible,” to learn how to move through breakups in a more healthy, constructive way. Rachel talks about the huge mistakes women make during breakups, taking accountability, and creating a ‘Personal Love Map’ to understand your breakup patterns and yourself better.