Advice from Mom
About This Show
Advice from Mom is a cross-country advice podcast between a psychologist mom and her designer daughter. Each month, they tackle some of life's big questions with a variety of expert guests. This month, we explore questions from a post-election world. Next up: dating & relationships! Anyone can submit a question at www.advicefrom.mom/request.
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Episode 2: Dating Advice from Mom
On this episode, we provide advice for those who miss the puppy love of younger years, for those who feel misunderstood while dating, and for those who are looking to make a friendship into a romance and so much mawwwwr!!!
For advice from Momma B, go to www.advicefrom.mom/request or leave a voicemail or text: 706-9-ASK-MOM aka (706) 927-5666. We are currently working on upcoming episodes about working woes and break-ups. Send those questions in pronto!
Each question on this episode gets 3 doses of advice. First you’ll hear Momma B’s advice. Next: You’ll hear a segment called Mother-Daughter Pickleball, where your host, Rebecca presents some clarifying questions and builds on Momma B's advice. Last, you’ll hear a second opinion, because it’s always good to get a second opinion.
For the complete question texts and show notes, go to http://www.advicefrom.mom/listen
Here are our guests on this episode:
Question 1 from "Knock knock knocking on 40's door"—advice for those who miss the puppy love of younger years
Our guest is Lisa Podell. Lisa Podell is a former matchmaker for The Dating Ring and founder of Better Sessions (www.bettersessions.com) She has over 10 years of experience as a teacher, educational specialist, certified life coach, and public speaker; specializing in helping individuals attain their personal and professional goals. Lisa is also known for her position in Washington Square Park as Free Advice Girl (www.freeadvicegirl.com), by which she seeks to uplift humanity one conversation at a time. She has spoken to over 5,000 people in service to this mission. With her passion for education, Lisa piloted The Advice Project. This was a series of educational workshops held in NYC public schools designed to empower adolescents to develop and express their own voice.
Question 2 from "Doubtful Dater"—Advice for those who feel misunderstood while dating
Our guest is Ronda L. Metcalf. She works at UCSF, dispatching for Facilities Services. She is the most awesome person to ever give advice on this podcast, even Momma B says so.
Question 3 from "Handsome Nugget Lover"—Advice for those who looking to make a friendship into a romance.
Our guest is Charlie Beckerman. Charlie Beckerman is kind of surprised anyone wants his advice about dating, but not so surprised that he's not going to give it. He's the creator of the podcast Serial Dater which can be found at www.serialdaterpodcast.com, as well as on iTunes and Stitcher. He's also