Our Favorite Relationship Podcasts

Mastering the art of relationships (if there is such a thing) takes time, patience, and experience. But luckily, we live in a world where if you’re an expert, you can share your knowledge with the world via a podcast. So, if you have love questions, these podcasts have the answers – or at least some sound advice.

Where Should We Begin? With Esther Perel

This podcast dives in deep with real couples sharing some of the most intimate, complicated details of their relationships as Esther Perel, the famous Belgian-American psychotherapist and relationship expert, brilliantly coaches them through. Perel believes that the quality of our relationships determines the quality of our lives and that many relationship issues can be solved by improving communication. Listen here.

Modern Love

If you’re an avid New York Times reader, this podcast already resonates with you because this column is far from new. In fact, it’s evolved into a TV show, three books, and, now, a podcast. Every Wednesday, host Anna Martin has many stories to share about love and everything that comes with it. Listen here.

Let’s Be Honest with Kristin Cavallari

As Laguna Beach fans, we were beyond excited to learn that Kristin Cavallari is back and more honest than ever in her new podcast, where she talks about everything from dating and relationships to nutrition and wellness, even filling us in on some of those headlines. Listen here.

Jillian on Love

No matter where you are in love and life, Jillian Turecki, a certified relationship coach, can help you create and build healthy and fulfilling relationships. Jillian is a 20-year expert with some wisdom to share, whether you want to heal heartbreak, strengthen your relationship, or ditch dysfunctional patterns. Listen here.

Date Yourself Instead

Are you ready to become the best version of yourself? You are if social media personality Lyss has anything to say about it. New episodes are released every Monday, and with titles such as “Send Them Love Anyway – The Ultimate Healing Guide,” “How to Handle Rejection and Move On,” and “Dare to Detach,” we think it’s safe to say there will be some takeaways. Listen here.

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