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31 minutes | Sep 2, 2021
Long Distance Love
On this month's Into You, we're asking the question, "Does absence really make the heart grow fonder?" as we find out what it's like to be in love with someone who lives far away from you.I chat to Leo (from France) and Kyomi (from Peru), about the long-distance relationship which started when they met via a language exchange app called Tandem. Leo and Kyomi share what it was like when their first meeting was rudely interrupted by the pandemic and how they kept their long-distance love alive during lockdown.I also speak to Grace, a YouTuber from Taiwan, who has had three long-distance relationships and shares her roller coaster journey to happiness, and gives advice about what you should consider before jumping into "this kind of sweet nightmare."So grab your map and get ready to go the distance as we find out what love is like when your partner lives half a world away!Leo and Kyomi's blogGrace's YouTube channel
33 minutes | Aug 5, 2021
The Science Behind A Toxic Mind
In the final of our three-part series on domestic abuse, Fern speaks to psychologist and researcher Dr. Dina McMillan to uncover the science behind toxic relationships. Dr. Dina shares why people become abusive, what to look out for in a potential partner and offers some tips and tricks she has used in dating in order to avoid getting involved with an abusive person. Dr. Dina's passion for spreading the message about abuse and helping people find happy, healthy relationships is infectious and her insight into the psychology and dynamics behind domestic violence is invaluable. All that and more on this month's Into You. This is an episode not to be missed!
30 minutes | Jul 1, 2021
When Silence Hides Violence
In this month's episode of Into You, I speak to TEDx speaker Andrew Pain, a male victim of domestic violence. Andrew shares his story of hiding the emotional and physical abuse he was facing at the hands of his ex-wife, how he believed he needed to "man up," and why he feared leaving the relationship may mean losing his children. Andrew highlights the importance of boundaries in a relationship, and why having people you trust who can offer you an outside perspective can be crucial. He also speaks of the stigma and shame surrounding being a male victim of domestic abuse. Follow Andrew's journey and find out what he learned along the way about romantic relationships and about himself. Andrew's TEDx Talk
30 minutes | Jun 3, 2021
When Love Turns Lethal
This month on Into You, we're getting serious as we delve into the dark depths of domestic abuse. I speak to two-time TED speaker and the author of Crazy Love, Leslie Morgan Steiner, about the roller coaster romance she had with her abusive ex-husband. Leslie was beaten, strangled and held at gunpoint on numerous occasions by a man who claimed to love her. She tells the story of how she fell into this relationship, how the abuse unfolded and what made it so hard to walk away from. Leslie also smashes many stereotypes and misconceptions around abuse and highlights the importance of "breaking the silence" about this chilling subject. Powerful, informative, captivating and authentic, Leslie's story has a lesson for everyone. Watch Leslie's TED Talk Anti-Violence Resources in Canada Resources in UK
35 minutes | May 6, 2021
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34 minutes | Apr 1, 2021
What is dating like when you have a disability, and what lessons can we all take from that - disabled or not? In this episode of Into You, we're talking about a topic which, (as a blind lady myself) is close to my heart: dating with a disability! I chat with mental health advocate and vlogger Paige, who has been a life-long wheelchair user, and model, actor and personal trainer Julian, who was born with only one arm. We discuss everything from disclosing your disability to maintaining confidence despite stark rejection, and what makes it so important to understand why some people may be hesitant about dating a person who is disabled. Paige speaks about her very own social experiment in which she tested out Tinder users' reactions to pictures of her both with and without her wheelchair in her profile and Julian shares some psychological facts which very much made him doubt his chances of dating success as a young man with a disability. It's a subject surrounded by taboos and uncertainty, so join me as we seek to dispel misconceptions and help break down barriers when it comes to dating and disability from both sides. Links: Paige can be found on social media: @alifelookingup Julian can be found online: @julianwlucas
28 minutes | Mar 4, 2021
Ghosting with Renee Slansky
Fern chats with dating expert Renee Slansky about her professional take on ghosting. We explore how people are affected differently, how to know when it's time to give up on someone, and how we get stuck in a haunted house of our own making by refusing to let go of somebody who has ghosted us. Whether you've experienced being ghosted, know somebody who has, or share a fascination for dating dynamics, this is a must-hear episode guaranteed to blow away the cobwebs and leave you in high spirits.Renee's links: www.reneeslansky.com or search Renee Slansky on social media for more.
31 minutes | Feb 4, 2021
Haunted Hopes and Gorgeous Ghosts
In this episode, we tackle the topic of ghosting - when someone you are dating unexpectedly disappears without a trace! We explore the psychology behind ghosting, why people do it and how it can have an impact on both parties. I speak to Stephanie DeLacy, (a top rated writer from New York) about her many experiences of being ghosted, how she was impacted by the sudden disappearance of men she had been dating for some time and what happened when she reached out to confront one guy who had ghosted her - and actually got a response! I also talk to Colin Drucker, a self-confessed serial ghoster, who explains why he chooses to vanish, where he draws the line with ghosting and how important it is to see things from "the other side." Grab your torch, because today on Into You, we're going on a ghost hunt!
26 minutes | Jan 7, 2021
Digital Dating Dissected
In this episode, I chat to TV dating coach, author and TEDx speaker, Evan Marc Katz about how to transform your online dating experience and make it something you feel excited about. It may sound like an impossible task, but this is the guy for the job. He reassured me, "With online dating you can create a love life from scratch guaranteed always". We delve into the psychology behind topics such as why people are dishonest in their profile, what makes online dating so difficult and how a spoonful of self-awareness can make meeting someone online taste so much sweeter. This is your one-stop shop for online dating advice and positivity, which is sure to shift your perspective and leave you feeling motivated.
28 minutes | Dec 3, 2020
Cyber Love Success
Sick of swiping, tired of typing or caught up in a dead-end dating app trap? This is the episode for you! I'm speaking to an early adopter of online dating, Melissa Edwards, who matched, met and married her online man within the space of two months. And, find out what dating coach Evan Marc Katz has to say about why so many people struggle with digital dating.
3 minutes | Nov 5, 2020
First dates, more like worst dates, am I right? On this first date of an episode, Fern explores some of the intricacies of meeting a stranger. Some do’s, some don’ts and a whole lot of “WHY?”
1 minutes | Oct 19, 2020
Into You Premieres November 5th!
Dating and relationships: are they dreams come true or living nightmares? That’s the question Fern Lulham, who is blind, asks each month on Into You. Fern, from Hastings, UK, and a regular contributor of Kelly and Company, welcomes guests to share in honest discussions about relationships and dating.
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