15 episodes

We’re changing the discussion around being single into one that doesn’t suck. Enough horror stories and survival guides. What if we talked about being single as if it wasn’t a bad thing? Maybe society would follow suit. Single isn’t something to survive—it’s a part of life worth living, loving, and laughing at.

A Single Serving Podcast Shani Silver

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9, 119 Ratings

We’re changing the discussion around being single into one that doesn’t suck. Enough horror stories and survival guides. What if we talked about being single as if it wasn’t a bad thing? Maybe society would follow suit. Single isn’t something to survive—it’s a part of life worth living, loving, and laughing at.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
119 Ratings

119 Ratings

Blueyez12 ,

Singles Unite!!!!

I have loved all your content so far!
Single life can be lonely and hard.
I look forward to listening every week!
I joined the Facebook group and that has been great place to go to for support and have a safe space to talk about single life!
THANK YOU THaNK YOU!!! 🙏🏻

diane79792000 ,

Thank you for this podcast

Thank you Shani for this awesome podcast!It’s very relatable it goes to show that you a more powerful person if you are single.

nveeevn ,

A Relief

A Single Serving is the podcast I wish I would have had in my early- and mid-twenties before becoming partnered. Women are rarely encouraged to be proud of themselves as individuals, to embrace independence, to live a day-to-day life fully for them, without undercurrents of finding ~the one.~ I spent most of my 20s embarrassed—embarrassed that I was mostly single, that I couldn’t make it work with someone. My weekends were wasted at bars where I hoped I’d meet the man to “save me” from being single, when I could have been embracing my personhood and interests, investing in myself. Shani and her guests empower women by reminding us all of our value as individuals, as contributors to the world, as friends and family members. I’m getting married in a few months but am so devoted to this podcast because it says some of the most important things I’ve heard in a long, long time, whether one is partnered or not. Thank you, Shani, for sharing your insights and building this tremendous community.

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