Men and women approach relationships in different ways. People will often experience times when they have a problem or just need some extra help in understanding what makes a successful relationship. Some of us choose to see a third-party counselor like a psychologist or relationship coach, while others may look to articles or self-help books. Thanks to technology, people can also use podcasts that concentrate on helping people better their relationships and to understand the opposite sex. Podcasts are usually presented in an audio or video format.
Even as someone who is considered as an expert in this field, I find it very important to listen and learn from other’s experiences. While there are many, I have picked out these particular Podcasts for couples who may want to listen to them together or on their own time.
Top Podcast: Please make a note that these are not in any particular order.
A Fly on the Wall: whatmenreallysayaboutwomen.com.
This is a podcast hosted by men who are in different parts of their life. One guy is the typical single stud and the other is a happily married man. Based on their personal experiences, both men are able to give serious and funny opinions on sex, women, dating and other related topics. While this podcast is not specially created for couples, it gives females an idea of what men really think about them.
Sex, Love and Intimacy: http://personallifemedia.com/podcasts/222-sex-love-and-intimacy
Charles Chip August is the host of this show and is also a personal life coach, counselor and a workshop facilitator. Not only does he give his personal opinions, he is a really effective interviewer. He has a whole range of guests on his show. Other than getting expert opinions on sex, love, & relationships, he is also able to play devil’s advocate to understanding his guests own professional and personal agendas.
Sex with Emily: http://www.sexwithemily.com/
If you’re the type of couple who finds the humor in relationships & sex, then Emily’s show is more for you. Her show makes you feel like you’re listening to a friend’s sexcapades & relationship stories over brunch. Emily is friendly, fun, and upbeat. Like a lot of other people she also includes guests on her show.
Relationships are a learning experience, so try and get all the help you can, and remember, a lot of these podcasts are free to listen to & watch.