Do you enjoy audio books? I have to admit, I love them. I also enjoy YouTube videos, short stories, documentaries, and yes, most recently the relationship radio podcast.

In fact, there are many channels and creators that exclusively focus on relationship podcasts. It’s a great way to reach people too, because a lot of internet users want a stronger emotional connection that comes from a person speaking to them, and looking at them face to face.

It’s more dramatic, more impactful than just words on a screen. It’s nice to make a personal connection with your relationship counselor and virtually see their face or hear their voice, so that you feel as if you’re talking one-on-one with a trusted friend.

In light of that, we’re going to discuss some of the best relationship-focused podcasts online today and ones that I find interesting. We’ll talk about not only the radio personalities but the theme of their podcasts.

Let’s get started!

1. Why Won’t You Date Me? with Nicole Byer

If you think you’ve seen it all, then give Nicole Byer’s podcast a try. This is the opposite of every relationship radio show you’ve seen. It’s raunchy, honest, and funny, as the host invites comedians and friends on to discuss their dating lives as well as the host’s dating life. I think it’s a fantastic show to listen to and learn from, to understand some of what everyone else is going through.

2. Savage Lovecast

Dan Savage is a fascinating personality and advice columnist, and the show has a very modern sensibility. It’s a must-hear show if you want to understand the fabric of social culture today and how dating happens around the country. It’s an edgy show, but one that makes you think and understand how “modern dating” is evolving with new standards and culture.

3. Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People with Chris Gethard

Another show that provides a glimpse into an anonymous person’s romantic life. It’s an interesting premise and one that illustrates the complexity of relationships – beyond just following the rules and the etiquette of dating.

4. Sex with Emily

Sex with Emily (Morse) is a graphic show when it comes to sex talk, but it’s highly educational and pretty darn funny too. The show covers everything from relationships to sexual dysfunction and how-to stuff, as well as a very non-judgmental approach to hot topic issues in dating today.

5. The Dr. Drew Podcast

I remember Dr. Drew from way back when and he’s still putting out a great show, all about relationships and sex, but also about other pressing issues that directly contribute to marital happiness. Like health, addiction, and other topics for self-improvement.

6. Death, Sex & Money with Anna Sale

This show has a great concept – more practical look at modern dating, including the stuff that other shows seem to ignore. Namely, money issues, masculinity, racism, debt, near-death experiences, parenthood, and a host of other issues that directly affect the love we feel for someone. The show also has celebrity guests. It’s a great show and one that explores some of the niches we forget to talk about.

7. Committed with Jo Piazza

A show that really goes deeper than most other love podcasts, especially since it explores stories that are funny and heartbreaking. You will hear about inspiring stories of couples that have survived against all odds and still remain committed. It’s a hopeful show, one that a lot of us need to hear right now in distressing times.

8. Modern Love: The Podcast with Meghna Chakrabarti

A modern take on romance, covering all aspects from sex to health, friendship and parenthood. The show is nicely organized on the homepage, letting staff members choose their own favorite episodes, like “The End of Small Talk” and “Despite the Losses, So Much Gained.”

9. Love Is Like A Plant with Ellen Huerta and Sarah May B.

A podcast that’s specifically aimed at relationships, dating, as well as heartbreak and moving on after a breakup. The show explores the idea of helping to “grow” a relationship just like a plant. Recent topics have focused on quarantine life, coronavirus, and how social media affects your love life.

10. Anna Farris is Unqualified

Anna Farris is a personal favorite and her show is an amazing experiment. She’s not a relationship counselor, but she wants to hear your stories. She also has a line of celebrity guests who share their wisdom on love, sex, and where relationships go right and go wrong.
And a Bonus Choice! My Own YouTube channel!

I would be remiss if I didn’t toot my own horn just a little bit. I have my own YouTube channel where I discuss female empowerment, modern dating advice, and of course, forever principles that make a relationship last and go the distance. Why not listen and hear all about your favorite topics, from texting to building tension and attraction, and winning your ex back?

The Best Podcast? Only You Know for Sure

The term “best” is always hard to define when you’re talking about podcasts and radio shows. Relationship-based podcasts are only as entertaining and informative as their host(s). Ask yourself, “What makes this host special? Is he or she analyzing a specific issue in depth?

It’s pretty easy to spread opinions. But it’s not easy to thoroughly and comprehensively analyze a subject. Some podcasts are also interesting because they bring together multiple sources of information, including different guests that talk about a theme at length. Or maybe the show focuses on niches or very specific subjects that almost no one else talks about.

I figure, it’s always a good idea to get a second or third (or fourth) opinion on your dating life. The more sources you find, and the more patterns you notice because of the consensus of experts, the more your love life improves.

I’ve shared a few of my favorite podcasts. Now it’s your turn. What podcasts do you personally enjoy? What podcasts do you suggest I watch? Feel free to share your thoughts.

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