This week on the podcast, Joyce speaks to Abby about the super awkward to the all-time cringiest moments - they're exchanging all the horrible dating stories you wouldn't believe. From the ups and downs of dating to what it's like dating a partner with kids, we follow Abby's dating life.
This week on the podcast Keith speaks to Joy Fajardo, a marketing professional living in PEI, Canada. Joy and her husband moved from The Philippines to Singapore and more recently to Canada. As they start a new life in a new country together, Joy shares the conversations and experiences that led them to making a big life decision despite having different perspectives.
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Dating apps can be exciting, nerve-wracking and overwhelming all at the same time. But what if you could get inside the male brain to learn more about what they're thinking when they're on apps. This week on the podcast we welcome Alex, a British Expat living in Toronto who is well-versed in the world of dating apps.
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Becoming parents can be an incredible step to take with your partner. Yet, it also has the potential to change your relationship dynamics. Kristina, a busy lifestyle blogger, writer, and soon to be mom of two shares her journey and experiences as a parent.
Being in a relationship with the right person can be a beautiful thing. However, what happens when you start to have doubts? Kirthiga has been in a few relationships that started off well, but a few flags started to pop up. So she left. We sat down with her to hear some of her relationship stories.
The hosts of BAE Podcast speak to Netflix's Dating Around's Gurki Basra about her experiences being a divorced South Asian woman, being gaslit on television, and how her parents arranged marriage has formed her views on dating and relationships.
Everybody talks about the star, but rarely does the spotlight shine on the baseball wives and girlfriends (WAGs). This week the hosts of BAE podcast speak to Erika Richardson, the wife of professional baseball player Dustin Richardson. She shares how she's been able to establish her own career path while dating and ultimately marrying a pro ball player. Erika helps reveal some of the misconceptions about the world of WAGs.
A recently married millennial couple, who recently moved back in with his parents, talk to us about what happens post-wedding and what to consider when living with in-laws. This week, the hosts of BAE podcast welcome David and Rebecca Dapaah. As millennials face unique lifestyle and financial challenges, more are opting to make the move back home. But how do you navigate this environment with your partner while married?
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Performing and recording artist and entrepreneur, Taya Marquis, joins the hosts of Before Anyone Else podcast to discuss her experiences and stories trying to balance her hustle while trying to keep up with dating and relationships.
How can you live your best single life? Tenika from unattached and unbothered joins the hosts of BAE podcast to discuss life after breakup. Discover her movement to empower the single woman and teach them how to hear their own voice again.
How can you use love spells and the power of spiritual consulting to improve relationship dynamics? The hosts of BAE podcast speak to a witch, tarot teacher, and tarot reader. Sabrina shares how she helps couples use spirituality to troubleshoot their relationships and understand their dating/relationship future.
The hosts of BAE podcast speak to an insider about Tamil Cinema. They ask Mathusha, host of Dash the Curry Podcast who worked in the Tamil television industry, to share her perspective on the industry and larger implications on tamil youth.
In the world of dating apps, there isn’t a lack of options. There are about as many dating apps on the scene as people to meet. While options can be a good thing, is there such a thing as too many?
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