The Best Relationship Advice Podcasts for Your Daily Commute

The Best Relationship Advice Podcasts for Your Daily Commute

Posted By: Niki Payne Date: 09-08-2016 Comments: 0

Podcasts are fast becoming the preferred way to consume content. In fact, the podcast audience consists of an estimated 57 million Americans. Did you know the average podcast listener listens to an average of five podcast shows every week?

If you are a podcast lover, here are nine podcasts all about dating and relationships to help you have a competitive edge in the so-called game of love.

Relationship Advice for Women

If you’re a woman interested in the male perspective, these relationship experts will give you a 360 view of how men think and relate to women. 

LOVE Life with Matthew Hussey

This New York Times best-selling author of “Get the Guy” is among the top dating experts for women and has become a go-to love expert for The Today Show. His podcasts are short, sweet and to the point. Tune in for a quick pep talk right before meeting someone you’re interested in dating long-term.

The Love U Podcast with Evan Marc Katz

Dating Coach Evan Marc Katz was notoriously single before finally settling down with his current wife. Get a sneak peak into the male mind as Katz tells it like it is and helps women get a better understanding of how men really work.

Digital Romance Radio

In this podcast, relationship expert Michael Fiore and his guest co-hosts talk about the idiosyncrasies of modern dating in the 21st century. Together, they share news highlights related to relationships and even answer reader questions in a humorous, light-hearted way reminding us that dating is supposed to be fun.

Relationship Wisdom for Men

For all the men out there, these popular podcasts provide candid conversations with experts from all walks of life with practical advice on how to be a man and get ahead in life.

The Art of Charm

Hosted by Jordan Harbinger, The Art of Charm has become so much more than a podcast about relationships. Primarily geared toward men, this podcast covers an array of topics such as confidence, social skills development and psychology that women can benefit from too.

The New Man with Tripp Lanier

With more than 5 million downloads to date, Tripp Lanier provides “personal development for guys who think self-help is for losers.” Much like The Art of Charm, The New Man covers topics like sex, dating, and relationships as well as health, finances and career.

Savage Lovecast

Advice columnist Dan Savage answers questions about love and sex and sometimes goes on political rants (you’ve been warned). As an openly gay man, Savage offers an alternative view on dating and relationships like you may have never heard before.

Dating Insights Everyone Could Use

For an even broader perspective on the male/female dynamic and much more, check out these popular podcasts on your next commute.

The Great Love Debate with Brian Howie

Based on the nationally touring live shows, The Great Love Debate seeks to understand the real reasons why everyone is still single. Hosted by dating enthusiast Brian Howie, the podcast features celebrity guests and relationship experts alike coming together to answer the question, “Why is everyone still single?”

Sex With Emily

It’s hard to talk about dating and relationships without the topic of physical intimacy coming up at some point along the way. Dr. Emily Morse openly discusses the role sex plays in relationships and frequently shares dating advice for both men and women.

Modern Love

Relationships come in all shapes and sizes as best illustrated by the popular New York Times column featuring personal essays relating unique perspectives on love and romance. This weekly podcast features a popular personal essay read by notable personalities followed by a discussion with the writers themselves.

Dear Sugar

Hosted by best-selling writer Cheryl Strayed (Wild) and author Steve Almond, Dear Sugar delves deep into questions on love and relationships, offering a nuanced and thoughtful view on how to address challenging and complex issues.

What’s your favorite relationship podcast? Share your thoughts in the comments!