On today’s show, Emily is joined by host, producer, and content creator Hannah Cranston to talk about social media, dating, and what the deal is with both.
The “friend zone.” We’ve all heard of it, and some claim to have been there (although it’s existence is debatable). The connotation remains at a negative.
What is the “friend zone,” really? It should be an awesome hangout spot for you and your buddies to go – equipped with a bar, arcade games, and maybe a trampoline (a girl can dream, right?) – but it’s not.
We’ve all heard the term renaissance man, but what about renaissance woman? On today’s show, Emily is joined by TV personality, model, fitness guru, & creator and host of The Naked Mom podcast Brooke Burke-Charvet, the woman who does it all, to talk about well… how she does it all!
Is your fear of rejection holding you back from fully embracing the dating scene?
In this show, Emily teaches you how to handle rejection and how to bounce back an even better person because of it. From missed online connections to shocking breakups to disappearing daters, Emily and Menace share tips to help you move forward from minor setbacks, toward better dating opportunities.
Questions I answer on this podcast: Are you bicurious? Should you give up your marriage because you aren’t having sex? What happens when his baby mama catches you having sex with with him in his trailer? How do you date if you have social anxiety? Should you tell women they are beautiful when you first meet them? Why do some people seek relationships with people who are unobtainable? Continue Reading
Become charming and confident, even if you have no idea what to say and have no confidence whatsoever. Jordan Harbinger is a lifestyle coach. He teaches men The Art of Charm (no natural charm required). He starts by identifying any situational confidence a man may or may not have. If a man is extremely confident in his work as a doctor, Jordan shows him how to channel that confidence into talking to women. Talking about your favorite band and alcoholic beverage of choice will become as easy as talking about scalpels and stethoscopes. Continue Reading