In a world full of cynicism, sarcasm and irony; Michael Rosenbaum (Smallville) and Chris Sullivan (This is Us) discuss the things in their lives that bring them joy, fulfillment and gratitude. They invite their audience and their guests to do the same. In Love… with Michael Rosenbaum and Chris Sullivan is the upbeat antidote to everything that’s bringing you down and hopefully through the process, we will all become better people, friends and lovers. What are you in love with?
The Final Episode w/ Rachel Sullivan (Sully’s Wife)
It's been a fun ride folks, thanks for all the love and support. Can't wait for this next chapter. Rachel Sullivan (Chris’ wife) joins us this week to discuss her and Chris’ spiritual connection in marriage plus the love and deep respect they have for one another. We dissect the idea of our love languages and how we need to show love according to our partner’s rather than the language we subscribe to. Sully and Rachel open up on how they handle miscommunication in their relationship, how they adapt to make their partner happy, and how they are in Marriage 2.0 right now.
Michael Rosenbaum & Chris Sullivan 2
❤️ This week we’re IN LOVE... with… ourselves! Kick back as Rosey and Sully usher in the new year of 2020 talking about issues like handling disappointment and dealing with certain unexpected breaks in routine. We share our own personal experiences to discuss the idea of being angry with others while still having the ability to forgive them by placing ourselves in their shoes. This is a prefect palate cleanse heading into this new year.
Jonathan Silverman & Jennifer Finnigan
Jonathan Silverman (Weekend at Bernie’s) & Jennifer Finnigan (Salvation) join us this week and share how they’ve been able to maintain a fun and successful relationship through thick and thin in Hollywood. We discuss how they’ve been able to overcome the littlest of disputes to relationship threatening times while having to deal with long distance. Jonathan and Jennifer talk about meeting at the Playboy Mansion, how having a child has changed their relationship, and how they manage their finances with things like prenups.
Alison Robertson (Enoughness) joins us to discuss her passion in helping other people as a confidence coach through personal development. Alison shares her idea of “enoughness” in that everyone’s key to their own individual happiness has been with them the whole time. We discuss the differences between talents and passion, not getting stuck in the grass is greener mindset, and finding harmony instead of the impossible task of balance. So much goodness on this week’s episode.
Susan Kelechi Watson
Susan Kelechi Watson (This Is Us) joins us to share how her upbringing within her immigrant family and living in the chaos of New York fostered her success and mindset as an actor and as a person in general. We discuss her depression in traditional schooling prior to becoming an actor, along with the judgement she received within her traditional Jamaican family as she moved into this creative path. Susan also shares experiences on set with Sully on This Is Us, her chance run-in with Quentin Tarantino, and some pretty golden motivation for anyone out there struggling to take risks
Shan Boodram, sex educator, sexologist, and author of The Game of Desire, joins us this week and drops knowledge on how to successfully navigate a healthy sexual relationship. We discuss the impact of modern technology on this generation’s view of sex... plus, how people can avoid letting the addiction of stimulation blind them from the reality of a disastrous relationship. Listen as Shan breaks down the 5 secrets to dating with dominance, her take on “‘twinkie relationships,’ and exactly what ‘vabbing’ is.