This week we're talking all things quarantine: is it okay to cry in front of your kids, should we be sticking to our routines, and do we really need to be using this time in a productive way? Also, Brene Brown is overrated. Enjoy!
This week, we're talking about just how different daily life is from just one week ago, tossing around a few ideas about how we're coping through all of this, and sharing some inspiring anecdotes about some unique ways people are helping.
This week we're joined by our good friend Bela Gandhi, dating coach extraordinaire, to talk about The Bachelor and some of the negative ideas about gender it might be perpetuating.
This week's On Purpose is a natural, zesty enterprise where we touch on the Super Tuesday aftermath, Coronavirus, author Rebecca Makkai taking to Twitter to console people's deepest worries, this year's Zen Parenting Conference, and things that anchor us in crazy times.
Hillary Clinton retweeted Heidi! I REPEAT...Hillary Clinton retweeted Heidi! So this week, we're throwing a virtual ticker-tape parade via Skype that you won't be able to see at all since, ya know, podcasts are inherently an audio medium and all that. We'll also get around to discussing the ins and outs and what-have-yous of women's fashion on the campaign trail, the most recent Democratic debate, the verdict in the Harvey Weinstein trial, and more!
Breaking news! A new study shows that same-sex marriages tend to be happier than traditional ones. So this week, we're breaking that down and diving into what you can learn and considering what we all can learn about relationships by loosening gender norms and stereotypes.
This week, we're talking about how creating in-jokes is an absolute must for keeping your relationships fresh, fun, and alive. A good in-joke also has the power to craft resilience in a relationship over time, and just make the harder stuff a little less hard. Also, an in-depth review of Gwyneth Paltrow's new $70 vagina candle.
In this week's episode, Heidi shares some surprising insights from her chat with Peggy Orensetein, author of the new book, "Boys & Sex." Also, in the fallout of the most recent presidential debate during which Bernie Sanders questioned whether or not a woman could actually get elected president, we ponder that very thought.
We're back! In the first episode of 2020, we're talking about how consent and improving communications often pays massive dividends in the relationships of young people, as well as some startling insights from Peggy Orenstein's new book, "Boys & Sex." We don't talk about porn. Or horses.