Archive for Dating
René Ashton is the author of How to Stop Hating Your Ex: So You Can Co-Parent in Peace. René is also an actress who has appeared in more than 70 commercials and two dozen television shows like Nip/Tuck, CSI, 7th Heaven and Dexter.
René joined us to discuss her book and provide valuable advice for all those parents out there who haven’t quite figured out how to play nice with their ex and put their children first.
Listen to the interview here.
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She Said, She Said is a podcast featuring lesbian couple Genia and Andrea. Genia is the host of SistersTalk Radio and Andrea is the assistant producer.
In Monday’s segment, we discussed:
*Analysis: Venice 1.01
*Book discussion: My Miserable Lonely Lesbian Pregnancy (by Andrea Askowitz)
*Listener submitted question: How can I tell when my girlfriend is lying to me?
*Parenting: When your teenager sneaks out the house at 1am
*Using WebWatcher to secretly monitor your partner’s web activity
Tonight on SistersTalk Radio, we interviewed Renee Olbert, the co-creator and star of the online lesbian web series Seeking Simone.
Seeking Simone is a lesbian web series that explores the world of online dating.
Olbert has worked as a producer, tv presenter and as an actor in tv, theatre and commercials. Her recent credits include Anne and Diana were Totally Doing It, Forensic Factor, Paradise Lost and CTV’s upcoming controversial tv movie Pickton, directed by Academy Award winner Malcolm Clarke.
Hear Renee discuss:
*Where the idea for Seeking Simone came from
*Unique challenges faced when producing Seeking Simone
*The most exciting part about doing Seeking Simone
*Her favorite episode
*The worst date she’s ever had
*Her upcoming projects
Last month I did a radio interview with a woman who helps single women find their “J” spot. I’m resurrecting this interview because it has significant meaning for me in my life at this very moment.
Shoshi is a lifestyle coach who helps single women live luscious lives. This is an interview that everyone would benefit from. She offers some really good advice for single women, women who don’t want to get married, and women who finally decide to settle down. Even if you’re not a woman, I think her advice is worth listening to because relationships and love are universal.