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Single Girl Problems is a one stop shop for real relationship talk. Television Host and Author of "Single Girl Problems", Andrea Bain has become the voice of single women around the globe. Her podcast not only delivers candid conversations about topics ranging from pop culture to relationship issues, it also doesn’t pull any punches. The weekly show features high profile guests including experts, celebs, married, divorced and of course single people.
31 Episodes
In this Throwback Thursday episode from last December, Join guests Dustin Woods and Noah Cappe as they spill the tea on what men want, why men ghost and how they feel about relationship rules. Follow Noah on Instagram @noahcappe and Dustin on Instagram @dustin_a_woods To join the conversation email us at
Andrea is joined by Rebecca Eckler, author of Blissfully Blended Bullsh*t, which tells the real story of her moving in with a new family and trying to make things work with her partner, step-daughters and a new baby. In an honest and revealing conversation, Rebecca and Andrea discuss their experiences dating guys with kids and how to deal the craziness that comes with it. 
Andrea chats with best friends Kim Cloutier, world famous model and Veronica Chu, celebrity makeup artist. They test out Cosmopolitan's tips on how to make him fall in love with you and GQ's advice on how to get out of a relationship. They also share the craziest ways they've "checked up" on boyfriends and Veronica shows her true crazy.  Got a story to share or a relationship you need advice on? Email us at  
Actress Joanne Vannicola drops by our studios to discuss her new book, “All We Knew But Couldn’t Say”. In her memoir, she relates her journey from child performer to Emmy Award–winning actor, from hiding in the closet to embracing her own sexuality, from conflicted daughter and sibling to independent woman. “All We Knew But Couldn’t Say” is a testament to survival, love, and the belief that it is possible to love the broken, and to love fully, even with a broken heart. Joanne is most noted for her roles as Dr. Naadiah in Being Erica on Netflix and Dr. Mia Stone in PSI Factor. If you want to talk more about the book, email us at
Andrea is joined by Carley Fortune, the executive editor of Refinery29 and Nick Hobson, Chief Scientist at the new dating app paird. They talk about how online dating can be improved, going on a break in a relationship, and the controversy around Ayesha Curry's comments on getting male attention.       What would you change about online dating? What do you think about what Ayesha said? Email us at   
Andrea's long-time friend Tanya Sam, tech-savvy businesswoman and the newest Real Housewife of Atlanta, returns to Toronto! They talk about a new dating app that lets your friends vet your prospective matches, telling a friend they shouldn't go through with a marriage, and bridezillas.   Email us at
Andrea catches up with comedian Jean Paul and celebrity trainer Brent Bishop about modern fatherhood and gets the male perspective on how much PDA is too much, after hearing from the women last week. If you're looking for somewhere to take your mom on Mother's Day this Sunday, check out Jean Paul at the Trinidad vs. Jamaica Clean Mother's Day Comedy Clash at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre at 2pm and 6pm!  Email us at  
Andrea chats with newscaster and beauty blogger Nneka Elliott and celebrity stylist Erica Wark on how to use your personal style to make the best of that first impression, what to wear when meeting the parents, and the ups and downs of PDA!  Email us at  
We talk love and money! Join my guests negotiation expert Fotini Iconomopoulos and author Shannon Lee Simmons, author of “Living Debt-Free: The No-Shame, No-Blame Guide to Getting Rid of Your Debt”. We discuss having a secret stash of money, what to do when the person you love has lots of debt, and more! Email us at
Andrea is joined by Andrew Phung of Kim's Convenience and Nicole Servinis of Entertainment Tonight Canada to talk married sex, The Bachelor and petty gestures to spite your ex.
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