Rank #1: Ep. 26.1 Long Distance Relationships
Music by Twintapes. Special thanks to: Happy Hour Story Hour show in New York City for letting us record Johnathan's story.
Mar 14 2018
Rank #2: Ep. 31: The Law of Attraction
Attraction is the action or power of evoking interest, pleasure, or liking for someone or something. On this episode we talk about how attraction can make us blind but also how can we use attraction to improve our personal life and our love life through the Law of Attraction.
Sometimes when we feel very attracted to someone we forget about the world and miss the red flags. Lorena Russi tells us about her experience. Lorena is a Comedian and filmmaker based in Brooklyn, she has hosted Chipotle’s Snapchat channel, and has worked in editing for places like "The Late Show w/ Stephen Colbert," Spotify and T-Mobile.
How can we use the Law of Attraction to have a better love life?... Nikki Novo walks us through the process. Nikki is a Cuban-American bestselling author and intuitive dating coach. Her latest book, “The Final Swipe: Heal Your Heart, Find Your Person, and End the Dating Search for Good,” was listed as the number one dating book in Amazon.
Does The Law of Attraction actually work?... YES! Lee Walker is a live proof of that. Lee is a producer and host for the podcast Thank Me Later and she explains us how the Law of Attraction changed her life forever.
Your host and producer is Vanessa Valerio, a storyteller based in Denver, via Brooklyn.
Follow us IG: @wearesingleling Twitter: @wersingleling
Oct 28 2018
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Rank #3: Ep. 3 - Online Dating
How is online dating changing our dating encounters and social interactions?
This episode features opinions, comments and stories by Vanessa Valerio, Jimmy Lyons, Merve Poyraz, Amy Dixon, Davine Ker, David Hu and Sarah Chandler.
Host/producer: Vanessa Valerio
Sound Editor/producer: Pavel Rivera
Feb 21 2016
Rank #4: Ep. 5 - Ghosting Part 1
“Ghosting” is becoming a popular unpleasant trend, and it is not limited to only one gender or a certain age range, pretty much everyone is doing it… but why? And how is this trend affecting us? On this episode we listen to how men see the “ghosting” phenomenon and how it is affecting them… a look at only one side of the equation.
Hosted by: Vanessa Valerio
Stories by: Nisse Greenberg
Paul Della Guardia
Sound Editor: Pavel Rivera
Mar 29 2016
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Rank #5: Nice to Meet YOU
The way we meet our significant others in the 21st century is very different to the way my mom and dad met.. on this episode we talk about the way lovers meet, how they keep the fire going and how they realized this person was THE one. We talked to Vana Koutsomitis, the co-creator of DatePlay, an app that combines dating with games. She tells us about her background, why she thinks online dating is so effective and what is the future of dating. Megan Hodge, an advocate for body positive attitude, tells us her love story, and you wont believe how it worked out! Yovanka Sanchez is a storyteller and the founder of La Mariposa Films. She tells us how she met her husband and how after 18 years together they are still in love, as if it was the first date. Jaime Brickhouse is an author and storyteller in NYC. His memoir and solo show “Dangerous When Wet: Booze, Sex and My Mother” has been praised by the Washington Post, saying: “no shortage of drama or humor”, and it will be part of the DC Fringe Festival this July, in Minneapolis in August and in San Francisco in September.
Jun 30 2018
Rank #6: Ep. 7 The Way We Met
The Way We Met
People always ask me where can they meet people to date and I tell them what I do, I go to a lot of events, I get involved in many activities and I also do online dating… but I feel that I am not the right person to answer this question because despite of all the things that I do to meet a potential romantic partner, I am still single… So on this episode we hear stories of how people that have healthy and loving relationships met.
Host and Producer: Vanessa Valerio
AC (aka, the coolest cab driver in town)
Sandi Marx + Keith Marshall
Music by: Sir-Silljian
Special thanks to:
And everyone that filled out the “The Way We Met” survey and answered our Facebook questions
May 25 2016
Rank #7: Ep. 4 - Things we do for Love
Sometimes we do crazy things for love and for the people we want to impress. This episode features four stories of different crazy, embarrassing and romantic things we do for love.
Stories by Cagla Ulusoy , Sina Ozbudun, Keith Mellnick and Alejandro Arias.
Host/Producer: Vanessa Valerio
Sound Mixer: Pavel Rivera
Mar 08 2016
Rank #8: Bonus! Live Show
For this bonus episode we have a piece of our live show at The Black Cat DC this past April 2018. Enjoy some chatting from Vanessa and Cara Foran, and an awesome story from Ayanna Dookie.
Jul 24 2018
Rank #9: Ep. 8 One Night Stands
One Night Stands
Having casual sex is ok, but for me, growing up in a religious and very closed minded environment and culture, one night stands were some what of a taboo, so I wanted to learn how other people in this modern world see one night stands.
On this episode I first talked to Athalie, who is getting ready to start her Masters degree in Human Sexuality and whom gave me her opinion on why some people are better at causal sex than some of us. Secondly Bobby will tell us how technology is completely changing the way we can get sex. And last but certainly not least, Susan and Jamie gives us heartful stories of what could happen after a one night stand.
On this episode:
Special thanks to Andrea Mustain, consultant content editor
Jun 30 2016
Rank #10: Ep. 30: Se Habla Spanglish
This month’s episode is dedicated to showcase Latinos during the Hispanic Heritage Month, celebrated in the United States during the month of September. We start by hearing to the love story of Gian and Nora, the hosts of Bumping Uglies, a podcast that serves as a platform for Latinos artists and athletes in The United States. Nora Cazares is an actor, writer and voice over actor from Craig, Colorado who was raised by Mexican parents. Gian Carlo is a comedian and actor from Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, living in Denver. We also hear from Melissa Rocha, a Brooklyn based comic who is originally from Texas. She’s a proud Mexican-American. She performs all over NYC and was most recently at Let’s Fest in Indiana. Check out her instagram: @melsideponytail We also hear the love story of our host Vanessa's Tia Francis and her husband, Uncle Bryant. This story has appeared on the show before, but since their story is perfect for this theme, we wanted to share it again! This month we have a brand new theme song composed with love by Pavel Rivera, a beloved Dominican musician living in New York. Our illustration is by the talented Chilean artist Maria Jose Figueroa, you can follow her art at @figueilustraciones.
Sep 16 2018
Rank #11: Ep. 27: NO means NO
The #MeToo movement has changed not only the workplace, but also the dating scene. Getting someone too many drinks on a date, to get a few more kisses out of it is not right. Buying someone a drink doesn’t give you permission to take them home, and seeing a woman with a pronounced cleavage is not a green light for anything. Consent is the only green or red light you should get. Today’s episode is dedicated to teach you and me about consent.
Matty Konrath, a 30-something year old woman living in NYC, who went to a curly hair salon in the neighborhood of Gramercy in Manhattan, and did not get the best haircut… or experience.
Domina Franco, a sex educator, coach and writer who has been studying human sexuality for over 20 years.
For the male perspective we talked with Mark Pagan, who, for personal curiosity, has been studying masculinity for a while and produces the awarded podcast: Other Men Need Help.
We also talked to Jamie Ansley and Courtney Cleman from The V Club.
Courtney Cleman is a New York City based sex + relationship expert. She co-founded The V Club in New York City to help women and men break down the mental barriers that prevent them from having the love life they desire.
Jamie Anslie is a drama therapist. She teaches group and private classes and also leads the Talk Love Chat support group.
The V Club is a space that offers masterclasses that teach women and men everything they need to know about dating, love and relationships to create the love life of their dreams. It currently offers 5 types of classes: How to Get a Second Date, Ladies Come First, Men by Design, The Mature Woman’s Guide to Sexual Health and Relationships and Talk Love: Chat Group.
Your host and producer is Vanessa Valerio.
Our music on this episode is the song “Colorless” by Twintapes.
Today’s episode is sponsored by TukFab, a tuk tuk design and fabrication company.
Apr 22 2018
Rank #12: Ep. 26-2 Long Distance Relationships
This week we continue to bring you long distance relationships stories… I sat down for a coffee in Brooklyn with Adrien Behn, the producer of Strangers Abroad Podcast. We talked about her podcast, her trips around the world and love.
The stories come from: Keith Mellnick, a photographer and storyteller based in Washington DC. The story he shares with us was performed at the live show Sucker for Love 2016 produced by Story District in DC. Jude Treder-Wolff is the host and creator of (mostly) True Things, a monthly game and storytelling show in Long Island, NY. She has been featured on Mortified, Risk! and The Armando Diaz Experiment, to name a few. She is now performing her solo show This Isn’t Helping. And me, Vanessa Valerio… On this episode I tell the love story that changed my life. I hope you like this one!.. Happy Spring and keep loving! Vanessa Ps. If you have a story that you want to share or a question you want to ask our dating experts, send us an email! Vanessa@wearesingleling.com
Mar 26 2018
Rank #13: Ep. 28: Mothers Day Special
Today’s episode is meant to honor the best superheroe I can think of… she doesn’t wear a cape (usually) but she cooks, cleans, go to work, take care of you when you are sick, is a wife, is a friend and is the best. Our episode today is dedicated to mothers. Thank you mothers for being the best type of human there is.
Happy Mothers Day!
Today, stories by awesome moms!
AmberDrea is a writer, editor and storyteller who has performed all over New York City and has appeared on several podcasts, including Risk!, Fish Out of Agua, Lost & Rewound, The Virgin Chronicles and The Soundtrack Series.
Brittany is the Memphis native, Texas implant that feels conflicted when others ask “Where are you from”. She is a Mother, Nurse, Midwife student and lover things Southern Hospitality. She does it all, as well as hosts a weekly podcast called Hear Ye Podcast.
Leah Harris is a mother, writer and storyteller in the Washington DC area. She has told true tales with Story District, Better Said than Done, and Perfect Liars Club. Her 2016 solo show Aliens, Nazis and Angels was rated among “best of Capital Fringe” by DC Metro Theater Arts.
Carolyn Castiglia is a standup comedian that has appeared on VH1, MTV2, Comedy Central, NBC, Lifetime. She was featured nightly as Nickmom’s “Ultimate Sports Mom”, and she is a frequent guest commentator on HLN. The late Joan Rivers called her “hysterical” and she was named “funniest female comedian” by the Fringe Review Publication.
Hosted and Produced by Vanessa Valerio.
Music by Twintapes.
Ilustration by Maria Jose Figueroa.
Sponsored by TukFab and Manuel Hair Salon.
May 11 2018
Rank #14: Ep. 9 The Friend Zone
At least once in our lives we have had a big crush on a friend, and chances are that we ended up being heartbroken because our love is not reciprocated. Today on Singleling we talk about the infamous friend zone that we want to avoid so bad.
Being a teenager in love of that perfect girl that is everything, but in reality… is not. Sam Dingman, a storyteller, podcaster, improviser and Moth GrandSlam winner, tells us a story about his teenage love, which basically is an episode of Dawson’s Creek.
How can we get out of that pink color area that is the friend zone?... Rupert Eyles, a storyteller from the UK, tells us how he went from being the principal friend to a married man.
I get a free and fun therapy session from Tami Gatta, a therapist in Brooklyn that uses creative outlets as part of her therapy healing treatments.
The friend zone from the eyes of Tarik Daniels, a fabulous guy comedian in NYC.
After the storm, there comes the calm. Angela, a fashion designer in Miami tells us how she fell in love.
Jul 29 2016
Rank #15: Bonus Episode: Talking love Live in DC
Aug 23 2018