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GTWP is a weekly podcast that delivers the male point of view (#POPSPOV) on dating, love, relationships, and life that your are missing. It's a sometimes serious, other times funny, but always raw, transparent, and vulnerable discussion, hosted by a father and daughter duo who believe that healthy adult father and daughter relationships matter.
33 Episodes
Traditionally we hear about lessons that dads teach their daughters, but to mark the end of season 2 Brittney and Pops talk about what he's learned from her. Pops then shares what he's learned about himself in the GTWP journey so far and talks about how GTWP has impacted his love life. They discuss how being a father and learning how to parent don't stop when kids reach adulthood as well as how having a daughter can make men more vulnerable and accountable for their actions.Brittney shares some lessons too, but you can check out a full read of things she's learned from Pops here: 5 Lessons I Learned from My Dad on Men and Dating.Thanks for rocking with GTWP for another season. Don't forget to share this episode with a friend and rate GTWP 5 stars on Apple Podcasts.Keep in touch with us on IG @girltalkwithpops and email if you have questions/feedback. 
Brittney is back with Chiedozie Okafor, host of the I Think I Love My Wife Podcast, for *bonus* episode part two. He's back sharing his truth and more about why it takes him time to get to know a woman and settle down. They also discuss:How men “slow play” a situation to learn more about a womanWhy women should give men (and take) more time to figure out if it’s really a matchDating multiple people at once (and why women should do it more often)Things men consider before dating a woman with kidsHow women mature and start trading height for honestyChiedozie also puts Brittney in the hot seat and digs in about her situationship turned long distance relationship, and the trust and honesty that's required to make it work.Hope you enjoy this additional male perspective on all things dating, sex, and relationships! If so don't forget to rate GTWP five stars on Apple Podcasts, subscribe, and share.Send feedback to brittney@girltalkwithpops.comTag on IG while listening: @girltalkwithpops
In this *bonus* episode Brittney switches it up a bit and has a solo conversation with Chiedozie Okafor, host of the I Think I Love My Wife Podcast. And just like you’re used to, he’s sharing his honest and transparent perspective on all things dating, sex, and relationships. To give you a truly different male perspective we cover a range of topics that Pops and B talked about in Season 1:Dating in your 30s, women’s internal “clock”, and how relationships progress or don’t because of pressure to get married/start a familyThe tangled world of situationships, dating, and courting — how we define each concept and the levels of intentionality that come with those connectionsHis experience with celibacy and the fact that guys always want sexWhat vulnerability means to men, why it’s not always shown, and it's relation to honestyAnd how men set boundaries/make it clear to women what they really and how women feel when those "boundaries" are setIn summary Chiedozie essentially details how a man might come to the decision to be in a relationship and the TL;DR is that women can't force or pressure men into a [lasting] relationship.If you like what you hear don't forget to subscribe and rate GTWP five stars on Apple Podcasts, share our podcast with a friend, and follow us on IG: @girltalkwithpops.Send feedback to
It's Father's Day weekend and we're back with more questions you probably wouldn't ask your dad! We're excited to welcome Jerralyn Belinda to the show, co-host of the Tea with Qwns Podcast! On this episode she's helping us elevate the conversation around father-daughter relationships and share another woman's point of view on how she talks to her dad about dating, relationships, and love. And from the questions below you can tell she's keeping it 100!How can I address my partner climaxing too quickly?Tips on how to officially end an argument/interact with your partner post-fightShout out to @jerralynbelinda for joining GTWP and check out the Tea with Qwns Podcast.By listening to GTWP, this Father's Day and everyday, we hope that you're inspired to have more meaningful conversations with you pops and father figures. Shout out to all the dads out there listening! ❤️ Also, check out our recent feature: Girl Talk with Pops: How Dads Improve Dating
The Girl Talk With Pops conversation is growingggg! With Father's Day coming up now is the perfect time to elevate our discussion and speak directly to another woman about her relationship with her father as it relates to dating, relationships, and love. We're excited to welcome MelRose, host of the Relayshons Podcast! In this show Mel opens up about the distance between herself and her father and asks Pops questions that she wishes she could ask her dad: How should I deal with a man who is not emotional?What is one thing that a man yearns for the most, but would never ask?What have you learned about yourself during your bachelor years?Shout out to MelRose (@thediaryofmr) for joining GTWP and check out the Relayshons Podcast.And if you have questions for Pops DM us! @girltalkwithpops
What a time to be alive. 2020 has been eventful to say the least. First COVID now national uproar over the latest black man (George Floyd) being killed by police brutality. Like you, B and Pops are tired, but not mum on everything that's going on. Listen in as they vent about the state of things in America, the history of how we got here, and what people are doing about it. Pops also shares his experience with the police and racism. These are their personal and very candid thoughts and they're not meant to offend anyone. If you have strong thoughts or feedback then healthy debate is welcome. :) Sending love and light ❤️ 
Let's be honest, society tells us that men are more likely to cheat than women. And because Pops once said that "men are not wired for commitment" in this episode of GTWP we're addressing the widely asked question: "can men really be faithful?". Does monogamy come with maturity for men? Listen in as Brittney and Pops discuss expectations around monogamy in the long run, the benefit/feelings men get from having a side-chick, and Pops' experience in this area.The truth isn't always pretty, but it's necessary. Pops is a real one for opening up and being vulnerable about this subject.Don't forget to follow us on Instagram @girltalkwithpops and tag us while you're listening!
In this week's episode Pops tells the story of how he met Brittney's bae. When it's time to meet the parents things can go really well, really bad, or be very weird. Many dads play tough guy when meeting their daughter's boo but this story is a little different. Their conversation then turns to parenting and Pops shares he thoughts on Brittney's independence, safety as a woman, and letting her fly the coop.Don't forget to follow us on Instagram @girltalkwithpops!
The motherhood penalty

The motherhood penalty


Life's not fair, especially when it comes to women and choosing to have children and a career. In this week's episode Brittney and Pops discuss why women are assumed to be parent #1, the impact that has on their lives, and how to share some of that responsibility and sacrifice with fathers, family, etc. Times have changed a lot for women; more education, higher paying jobs, and the ability to build generational wealth for her family with her mate. Does a child have to slow down progress on their individual goals?The topic for this show comes from a listener like you! If you have a question or topic for us to address let us know! Email: girltalkwithpops@gmail.comDM: @girltalkwithpops
It's Mother's Day weekend so you already know Mom had to grace us with her presence. Brittney and Pops are delighted to have Brittney's Mom on the show as their first guest! Mom and Pops are friends, but this is the first time that she's talked to Pops about their relationship in a while. You won't want to miss Mom dig into Pops and set the record straight (see previous episode: Baby mama drama).If your parents were young when they had you and aren't together today then this episode is for you. It's therapeutic, heartwarming, and good for the soul. ❤️ Happy Mother's Day to all of the mothers out there. Y'all rock! 
Baby mama drama

Baby mama drama


We all know the phrase and many of us hate to hear it (including Pops and Brittney). Baby mama drama, the tension and conflict that sometimes arises from two unwed young parents who aren’t on the same page. Pops is no stranger to it so this week Brittney gets he’s take on his experience having two daughters, by two different women in his twenties. And NO there's no mommy bashing here! This is a retrospective, we're sharing life experiences, lessons learned, and regrets. Don't forget to rate and review Girl Talk With Pops on Apple Podcasts and follow us on Instagram @girltalkwithpops!
Would you say yes to a marriage proposal if you weren't 100% sure or ready for marriage? Well apparently men often propose to women without being full bought into the committed life or the concept of marriage. In this week's episode Brittney and Pops talk about the various reasons a man might propose, what the engagement period is all about and how it could/should be used, and the general psychology involved in gearing up to marry "the one". Don't forget to rate and review our podcast on Apple Podcasts and check us out on Instagram @girltalkwithpops!
Women cheat too

Women cheat too


Women are often big mad and hurt when they suspect or learn that their man is cheating on them. Assuming a similar or comparable reaction is also true for men, Brittney starts this week's episode by asking Pops about his experience with being hurt by a woman. If you listen to GTWP consistently you might be able to guess his response. Haha. ;) They also discuss his experience with being cheated on and the various reasons women cheat. Brittney is often railing at Pops about why men are the way they, but in this episode she acknowledges that women cheat too, but we wonder if you agree with the reasons...? Tag us on Instagram @girltalkwithpops while you're listening and let us know what we missed.And if you like what you hear, don't forget to rate and review our podcast on Apple Podcasts and Subscribe on all other platforms.
How are you doing? Hopefully you're staying well in these crazy times. In just a few short weeks the Coronavirus has swept the world and changed many aspects of our lives. It's all over the place, in the news, online, and being passed person-to-person all over the world. No matter who you are it's hard to ignore the fact that COVID-19 is making history and that we're living through a pandemic. So this week GTWP is switching it up a bit to talk about "the rona" and how it's impacting our day-to-day lives and communities, predictions for life after the Coronavirus, and the upside of times like this: increased creativity and innovation. We want to know that you're doing well, tag us on Instagram @girltalkwithpops while you're listening and take care of yourselves. <3And if you like what you hear, don't forget to rate and review our podcast on Apple Podcasts and Subscribe on all other platforms.
So you love your man and you both want to take it to the next level, well Brittney can relate to that. This week Brittney gets Pops' thoughts on moving in with her boyfriend. As a non-married woman who has never lived with a significant other, she thinks living together is a big deal. Pops has lived with a few girlfriends in the past so she's curious about the big and small things she should be thinking about before making the leap to cohabitat. They discuss what's important to align on before living together, from day-to-day things such as what products to buy, to big things such as why you want to live together at all. Listen in and tag us on Instagram @girltalkwithpops to let us know if you agree or disagree with our thoughts. Healthy debates welcome. ;)And if you like what you hear, don't forget to Rate and Review the podcast on Apple Podcasts and Subscribe on all other platforms.
You may not realize it, but you receive and give love in very specific ways. And when it comes to loving someone romantically, you've probably been in situations where you didn't feel loved even though the person insisted that they loved you. Have you ever thought about why you didn't feel that person's love? Ever think that It could just be that they express love differently than you?That's where The Five Love Languages come and in this episode Brittney and Pops dig into what they're all about. Brittney discovered love languages a few years ago and Pops recently got hip. Listen in as they discuss how love languages impact them and how beneficial it is to know your love language. Tag us on Instagram @girltalkwithpops while you're listening! Or find us on Facebook @girltalkwithpops. We want to hear what your love language is and what you think about it. And if you like what you hear, don't forget to Rate and Review the podcast on Apple Podcasts and Subscribe on all other platforms.
Love is not the only thing that keeps two people in a relationship. People break up with partners they really love, all the time. Pops transitioned out of a relationship last year so in this episode Brittney picks his brain about what keeps men in long lasting relationships and what makes them leave. Feelings of excitement and happiness are at the core of their conversation, although Brittney doesn't necessarily agree with Pops' POV. One thing they do both agree on is that evolution is not only inevitable in relationships, but it's required-- of both partners. His quick dating advice to women for lasting love is: Keep it fun, keep it spicy, and "KEEP THAT SAME ENERGY". (His words exactly, haha.)Tag us on Instagram @girltalkwithpops while you're listening! Or find us on Facebook @girltalkwithpops. We *always* want to hear what you have to say, plus Pops likes a good debate. ;)  And if you like what you hear, don't forget to Rate and Review the podcast on Apple Podcasts and Subscribe on all other platforms.
Relationships come and go. That's a natural part of life, but what happens to the connection when the commitment is no longer in tact? Do you maintain friendships with your exes or do you completely disconnect? In this week's episode Brittney and Pops chat about why he's friends with his past girlfriends, what being friends with an ex actually entails (how friendly is "friendly"?), and how to do it right (obviously sex is not included). Being friends with an ex requires maturity... are you there?Don't forget to rate and review Girl Talk With Pops on Apple Podcasts and follow us on Instagram @girltalkwithpops!
For some unknown reason society trends toward making Valentine's Day about ladies, but what about guys? Men around the world flood stores before V'day to buy flowers, cards, and heart-shaped knickknacks. Have you ever stopped to think about what your man wants or how he feels on Valentine's Day?We think that guys should get loved on and be appreciated on Valentine's day too so in this episode Brittney and Pops talk about why the world generally cares less about men on Valentine's, plus Pops shares his raw thoughts on how men feel about Valentine's day and what men really want on Valentine's day (*hint*: It's not sex).Website: www.girltalkwithpops.comEmail: girltalkwithpops@gmail.comInstagram: @girltalkwithpopsFacebook: @girltalkwithpops
T.I. has the whole internet looking at him sideways. He recently went on the "Ladies Like Us" podcast and shared TMI regarding his 18 year old daughter's sexual history (or lack thereof). T.I. presents himself well as a family man, but his latest comments are.... controversial, to the say the least. Listen to Brittney and Pops discuss what TIP had to say and hear a clip of the original audio too. And apparently T.I. (and Tiny) are set to be on the next episode of Red Table talk so we're looking forward to more from him then. Website: www.girltalkwithpops.comEmail: girltalkwithpops@gmail.comInstagram: @girltalkwithpopsFacebook: @girltalkwithpops
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