On today’s show, Emily sits down with actor Scott Eastwood to talk about everything from who taught him about sex to turn offs to pheromones.
Q: DEAR EMILY,
I’m a 27-year-old female, and I’ve basically been single my entire adult life. I’ve had relationships, but nothing longer than a few months. I’ve wanted to be in a relationship for as long as I can remember, but I also try to put it out of my mind so I don’t obsess about it. I have met a few guys at work or on a dating app, but it seems that they just want to text every day and not actually meet up.
So I want to know: How can I meet a good guy? And if I am talking to a guy via text, how can I make a date happen?
On today’s show, Emily is joined by chief content officer of Hearst Magazines Joanna Coles to talk about her new book Love Rules: How To Find A Real Relationship In A Digital World – basically a diet book for love.
Q: DEAR EMILY,
I’m a single mom and my daughter is 2 years old. I’ve told my friends that dating for me will be harder because I’m a mom, and my daughter is still very young. I’ve tried online dating apps, but the guys I’ve matched with fade off after a couple of days. What should I do? Do guys get intimidated when they meet single mothers?
I’ve lost hope in finding a relationship. Please help me, Emily!
Thanks—and love your podcast!
Nadine, 24, Texas
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