Come sit on the couch with your girlfriends, Ken and Ke, as they vent, kiki, and offer unsolicited advice about navigating the world of dating at 30 something to get to ‘Happily Ever After’!
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Ep. 22: “See You Later, Girlfriends!”
The Farewell Episode
Ep. 21: “What Men Think”-- Part II
Are you ready for more?
Listen in to get the rest of our conversation from our Live--”What Men Think” Recording!
Ep. 20: “What Men Think”-- Part I
In February, Single Black Female Podcast celebrated our ‘One Year Anniversary’. We invited several men to our couch---LIVE!
They answered our questions, dished on what they look for in a Wife, and even dispelled myths.
Here’s Part I-- ENJOY!
Ep. 19: CIARA
Ken and Ke wrap-up the ‘Girlfriend Series’...
Meet Ciara! C opens up about the break-up with her Soul Mate and provides tips for navigating a relationship with a partner who has a chronic or terminal illness.
Ep 18: Dating as a Single Parent
Dating is hard— what happens when you add another layer? Listen in as Taraza Tyler, single parent and Founder/CEO of POWER, Inc. Community, joins Ken and Ke on the couch. She answers questions like “How long before you introduce your child to your potential mate?”, talks about her fears, and dishes on how her non-profit is providing resources for single parents!
Ep 17: Unconventional Marriage
To most people marriage is a man and a woman joined together in a religious ceremony who are living together monogamously in one house and raising children together. But what if that doesn’t work for you?
Ty shares why she chose marriage after 40, the benefits of her unconventional marriage, and why women should revel in the single life!
Spoiler: Ken drops a BOMB around 29:00
Customer ReviewsSee All
I recently discovered this podcast and as a single black woman, an entrepreneur and almost doctor (one more year of med school left) in ATL, I relate to SO much that you all talk about! Keep up the great work!
-Aeryka of Brown Suga Diaries Podcast
Everything I Was Looking For!
As a single black female who just turned 30, this podcast is right on time. While the world seems to be getting married and having children, its easy to feel isolated and alone, especially when you’ve “done all the right things.” So glad to be able to “sit on the couch” with girls with relatable experiences!
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