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Ilana Dunn, the host of ‘Seeing Other People’ podcast, talks about modern dating, her experiences, and advice. She answers dating questions, from getting to know new people to understand when a relationship has come to an end. Shaun and Ilana discuss deal breakers in relationships, how to not overthink being single, and share past dating experiences   What you'll learn (or why you should care): How to be friends with your ex and date other people Where to find dates outside of apps and how to approach people you are interested in Reasonable expectations when you start dating   Where to find Ilana: Ilana’s “Seeing other people” podcast on Spotify and Apple Her podcast on Instagram Ilana on Instagram  Ilana on Tik Tok   Learn more about The Love Drive Website https://thelovedrive.com/  Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thelovedrive  Newsletter https://thelovedrive.com/newsletter
Welcome to The Love Drive Helpline, where I answer questions you submit via voicemail. Leave your question here: https://bit.ly/lovedrivehelpline ~~~ Today's question comes from Ivy. [edited for brevity's sake]   "I caught my partner of two years on dating apps and meeting up with other women. Can somebody who habitually lies ever truly change your opinion and what they might have to do to make that change fully?" ~~~~   Leave your question here: https://bit.ly/lovedrivehelpline Most of my links: https://www.shaungalanos.com/hello My online courses: https://www.shaungalanos.com/courses Support my work: https://www.shaungalanos.com/join
Welcome to The Love Drive Helpline, where I answer questions you submit via voicemail. Leave your question here: https://bit.ly/lovedrivehelpline ~~~ Today's question comes from Sam. [edited for brevity's sake]   "I am HIV-positive, and I've been on treatment and undetectable for several years. I'm just starting to date new guys again, and I'm having a really difficult time with the disclosure conversation. I'm not public with my status, and there's a lot of stigmas out there for HIV. So these conversations just make me really nervous. Do you have any advice or tips on having tough conversations like this?" ~~~~   Leave your question here: https://bit.ly/lovedrivehelpline Most of my links: https://www.shaungalanos.com/hello My online courses: https://www.shaungalanos.com/courses Support my work: https://www.shaungalanos.com/join
Welcome to The Love Drive Helpline, where I answer questions you submit via voicemail. Leave your question here: https://bit.ly/lovedrivehelpline ~~~ Today's question comes from Jessica from Dallas, TX. [edited for brevity's sake]   "I asked out a friend at work via instant message, and he ignored me. We have to see each other at work all the time. We had a good rapport. There was some flirting, and I was really prepared for any response except being ignored. So what should I do? Should I approach him, or should I let it go? " ~~~~   Leave your question here: https://bit.ly/lovedrivehelpline Most of my links: https://www.shaungalanos.com/hello My online courses: https://www.shaungalanos.com/courses Support my work: https://www.shaungalanos.com/join
Welcome to The Love Drive Helpline, where I answer questions you submit via voicemail. Leave your question here: https://bit.ly/lovedrivehelpline ~~~ Today's question comes from Michaela from Vancouver, BC. Michaela's question [edited for brevity's sake] "Is it OK for men to have female friends? I'm talking to a guy with several female friends, including an ex from years ago. He thinks that it's all right to hang out one-on-one and stay in touch with them and that I should have no issue with it.  Most men I talk to don't understand why I need boundaries around this.  Help?" ~~~~ Leave your question here: https://bit.ly/lovedrivehelpline Most of my links: https://www.shaungalanos.com/hello My online courses: https://www.shaungalanos.com/courses Support my work: https://www.shaungalanos.com/join
Some details about my course on Healthy Communication. Click here to sign up. ~~ Do you struggle asking for help? What about saying no with love? Would you like to make requests for your needs in a way that won't push others away or make them defensive?  Want to learn to ask for anything, including sex, more money, space from your loved one, and more touch? This course is for you if you want to learn to: Talk about your needs and desires and make thoughtful requests that are easy to meet.  Say no with clarity and compassion Bring up hurtful or unwanted behavior and set healthy boundaries Speak up for yourself without pushing people away. Click here to sign up.
Welcome to The Love Drive Helpline, where I answer questions you submit via voicemail. Leave your question here: https://bit.ly/lovedrivehelpline   Today's question comes from Marie from Massachusetts. Marie's question [edited for brevity's sake] "I was broken up with by this guy that told me he wasn't ready for a relationship, and not even ten days after the breakup, he's back on dating apps. Should I reach out and confront him or just accept that as closure?"   Leave your question here: https://bit.ly/lovedrivehelpline Most of my links: https://www.shaungalanos.com/hello My online courses: https://www.shaungalanos.com/courses Support my work: https://www.shaungalanos.com/join
Welcome to The Love Drive Helpline, where I answer questions you submit via voicemail. Leave your question here: https://bit.ly/lovedrivehelpline   Today's question comes from Camilla from North Carolina. Camilla's question [edited for brevity's sake] "Hi, this is Camilla calling from North Carolina. There's someone from my childhood, and we've tried things on and off, but it hasn't worked, and we live in different states.  I feel that we're supposed to be together in my heart, and I'm waiting on life to just do that.  What if you feel that you're meant to be with someone, but life doesn't work that way?"   Leave your question here: https://bit.ly/lovedrivehelpline Most of my links: https://www.shaungalanos.com/hello My online courses: https://www.shaungalanos.com/courses Support my work: https://www.shaungalanos.com/join
Welcome to The Love Drive Helpline; a new format where I answer listener questions that are submitted to me via voicemail! Leave your question here: https://bit.ly/lovedrivehelpline Today's question comes from Emily about letting a once-in-a-lifetime love go. I share about forgiveness, accepting the consequences of our choices, and how to keep hopeful that love is right around the corner.  Emily's question [edited for brevity's sake] "I'm three and half years past a breakup that pretty much rocked my world. He moved on right away got married right away; there's been no contact, so I can't even see them on social.  It's hard for me to move past the story that I let a really good love go and that that could have been a once-in-a-lifetime thing and that it might not come back again.  How do you forgive yourself or how do you get past that and find hope?" Leave your question here: https://bit.ly/lovedrivehelpline Most of my links: https://www.shaungalanos.com/hello My online courses: https://www.shaungalanos.com/courses Support my work: https://www.shaungalanos.com/join      
In this episode, Susan Piver, New York Times bestselling author and Buddhist teacher, discusses what are the most important questions to ask your partner before committing to them. The point of asking these questions is not to directly come to an agreement, she says, but to get to know our partners intimately. Susan and Shaun talk about deal-breaker questions in relationships, sharing their insights and experiences with their partners.    What you'll learn (or why you should care): Why loving someone doesn’t necessarily mean you will be able to make a life together How to deal with disagreements in a relationship How to accept changes in our partners   Where to find Susan: Join her online community Susan’s website Get her books   Join The Lovebird Club A private community for those who value love, trust, and intimacy. Group support and weekly calls. For contributing lovebirds only: https://thelovedrive.com/thelovebirdclub    Learn more about The Love Drive Website https://thelovedrive.com/  Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thelovedrive  Newsletter https://thelovedrive.com/newsletter The Love Drive podcast is edited by Camilla Morandi.
This short conversation was inspired by one of my most popular posts about how to ask for loving words from your special person when you're feeling insecure.  I read the post, the caption, and add some additional thoughts on the power of vulnerability and intimacy.  Here's the post: https://www.instagram.com/p/CV0iPI3L4D9/ Most of my links: https://www.shaungalanos.com/hello My online courses: https://www.shaungalanos.com/courses Support my work: https://www.shaungalanos.com/join    
No science to back this stream-of-consciousness monologue. Just my thoughts on the subject. Most of my links: https://www.shaungalanos.com/hello My online courses: https://www.shaungalanos.com/courses Support my work: https://www.shaungalanos.com/join      
A few tips to make the first couple of dates a bit easier for you.   Most of my links: https://www.shaungalanos.com/hello My online courses: https://www.shaungalanos.com/courses Support my work: https://www.shaungalanos.com/join    
Damn, we've really given being single and lonely a bad rap. There's nothing wrong with being single; let's normalize that. There's a lot of beauty and freedom in accepting your loneliness for what it is; an opportunity to deepen your relationship your yourself. And I invite you to see it that way, too. Be OK with being single. Enjoy your solitude and your singleness, even if you wish things were different.   Most of my links: https://www.shaungalanos.com/hello My online courses: https://www.shaungalanos.com/courses Support my work: https://www.shaungalanos.com/join
Keep your standards high, but your expectations low. Here's how.   Most of my links: https://www.shaungalanos.com/hello My online courses: https://www.shaungalanos.com/courses Support my work: https://www.shaungalanos.com/join
I love rejection because it brings clarity to my life and makes room for something more aligned. Here's how I learned to love it.    Most of my links: https://www.shaungalanos.com/hello My online courses: https://www.shaungalanos.com/courses Support my work: https://www.shaungalanos.com/join
I think you are, even if sometimes, your best is not that great.  Most of my links: https://www.shaungalanos.com/hello My online courses: https://www.shaungalanos.com/courses Support my work: https://www.shaungalanos.com/join
When did not having needs become cool? In today's podcast: 00:00 intro 00:22 when did not having needs become cool? 02:37 even robots have needs 03:56 nobody likes rejection 06:31 the three-steps to getting your needs met Most of my links: https://www.shaungalanos.com/hello My online courses: https://www.shaungalanos.com/courses Support my work: https://www.shaungalanos.com/join  
Relationships of all types will be uncomfortable. You can choose to turn towards the discomfort, or away from it.  Most of my links: https://www.shaungalanos.com/hello My online courses: https://www.shaungalanos.com/courses Support my work: https://www.shaungalanos.com/join  
The goal isn’t to get over your ex as quickly as possible, it’s to feel the heartbreak and give it the time it needs to move through you. It might be hard to believe right now, but your feelings towards your ex and your separation will change. Here are 6 tips to speed up the healing process   Most of my links: https://www.shaungalanos.com/hello My online courses: https://www.shaungalanos.com/courses Support my work: https://www.shaungalanos.com/join
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