Whether you’re in a relationship or going through a rough patch, all of us want a little bit of romance every now and then, especially on Valentine’s Day. But unfortunately you can’t always get what you want and problems will arise in a relationship. Sometimes listening to the right podcast can help you navigate through some of these tricky situations and maybe even bring back a little bit of romance.
If this is not the case and your other half is just a bit busy this Valentine’s Day then go out and buy lots of popcorn and chocolate, so you can binge-listen to your favorite podcasts for the whole day!
If you’re looking for something new to listen to, then check out this list podcasts that are perfect for Valentine’s Day.
The New York Times partnered with WBUR to share real stories about the love and the losses people face. Each week you’ll be able to listen to a new episode about the essays found in the NYT Modern Love column. Listening to Modern Love will leave you with a lesson you’ll be able to use in your relationship. This is not just a podcast for couples but they also have a few things singles will love too.
Listen here: Modern Love
If you’re struggling to accept things that happened in past relationships, then this is the podcast for you. Steve Almond and Cheryl Strayed, the hosts of Dear Sugars, help their listeners gain closure for previous relationships. Listeners consider this as their therapy session that they can carry with them wherever they go. One of the best things about being subscribed to this podcast is that you will be able to ask all of your darkest questions without judgment. So tune in for some radically empathetic advice!
Listen here: Dear Sugars
You Do You
Hosted by Kaley Ames and Sarah Sahagian, You Do You is the Eligible Magazine Podcast on dating and relationships. Eligible Magazine is a lifestyle magazine for urban men and women who want the best from their dating life, their relationships and themselves. It features articles and video content on dating, relationships, sex, wellness and lifestyle by some of the country’s foremost experts. The You Do You Podcast is an uproarious and optimistic show that wants you to enjoy your love life. So sit back,
Listen here: You Do You
Anna Faris is Unqualified
Anna Faris, the host of Unqualified, brings a fun twist to relationship advice. With topics such as In-Law Issues and Marital Tensions you’d think she was a professional, but no! She makes a big deal out of the fact that she is most definitely not a professional with zero qualifications. Anna creates a fun community that supports each other through the hard parts in life but brings a sense of humor to those problems as well.
Listen here: Anna Faris is Unqualified
Listening to Kathy Tu and Tobin Low is like having a conversation with your best friends. They are super queer and super fun. Discussing LGBTQ experiences with transparency, and enthusiasm. Listeners love feeling apart of the family being able to share their stories and never feel alone.
Listen here: Nancy
Relationship Advice On Lunchtime Live
The perfect podcast if you’re looking for a bit of professional advice about problems you might have in the relationship. Expert David Kavanagh joins host, Ciara, to discuss topics you’ll be able to relate to such as, is gaming ruining your relationship? Estrangement, and Should I wait for my perfect partner?
Listen here: Relationship Advice On Lunchtime Live
Where Should We Begin?
Kind, honest, and entertaining. Three words that explain exactly what you will get from this podcast. Host, Esther Perel, is a great listener and offers excellent advice to real couples. She listens to couples talking about their problems, then offers them guidance and creative solutions to help them navigate the issues that exist. So step into her office, and let’s begin!
Listen here: Where Should We Begin?
A Mighty Love
Listen in to A Mighty Love, a podcast about dating and relationship advice, twice a month for an incredible take on honest and witty love wisdom. Tune in to this podcast for topics such as understanding love languages, why most of us can’t simply be friends, and how pop culture influences love.
Listen here: A Mighty Love – Dating and Relationship Advice
The Hookup with Heather Hopkins
Looking for relationship advice as a millennial? Then this is the podcast for you. Actress, Heather Hopkins, is the host of The Hookup and brings a hilarious twist to the dating scene. She discusses topics that might be a bit awkward, but always with honesty and with crazy guests. Listening to The Hookup will make you laugh and you will definitely have fun with her guests.
Listen here: The Hookup With Heather Hopkins
Open and honest conversations about how hard it can be to date in this modern age. Hosts Yue Xu and Julie Krafchick will discuss stories of real people with real problems and offer advice and insight. The idea behind this podcast is to give listeners a place to feel welcome and discuss all of their problems, without feeling any judgment. After each episode, you’ll be able to apply the lessons from the podcast to your daily life.
Listen here: Dateable Podcast
Relationships are getting harder, as very few people actually still date. Host Natasha Chandel is not only a serial dater but also a former MTV News producer. She has devoted her podcast to discussing the reasons why we have so many issues with committing to another person. With fun topics such as acceptable communication in relationships, and whether or not friends with benefits ever actually works – you are bound to have a great time!
Listen here: Kinda Dating
Why Won’t You Date Me?
Nicole Byer, the host of Why won’t you date me
Listen here: Why Won’t You Date Me?
Comedian Paul Farahvar is the host of Singles Only! His cohosts are Jeanie Doogan or Patti Vasquez. Together they host a show that celebrates being single, with the help of incredible guests. Guests include Comedian Joe Kwaczala, DJ Meg Taylor, and Wrestler Colt Cabana. They have more than 100 episodes under the belt and each one is as entertaining as the next.
Listen here: Singles Only!
This Is Why You’re Single
Laura Lane and Angela Spera, authors of the book This is Why You’re Single, created a podcast where they discuss real-life dating disasters. Each week you will be able to listen to a new episode discussing a new reason why you might be single. You will most definitely find a topic that you can relate to, with topics like moving on, on again-off again relationships, and dealing with lairs.
Listen here: This is Why You’re Single