20 episodes

This is the podcast that holds a space for EVERY kind of love story. It expands our understanding of what love IS and what love CAN BE. Raw, compelling, real life relationship stories that will make you laugh and make you cry - the best and hardest parts of having a human heart, wrapped up in show.

The Love Love Love Yan Palmer

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.7, 308 Ratings

This is the podcast that holds a space for EVERY kind of love story. It expands our understanding of what love IS and what love CAN BE. Raw, compelling, real life relationship stories that will make you laugh and make you cry - the best and hardest parts of having a human heart, wrapped up in show.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
308 Ratings

308 Ratings

Alexisbailey ,

WWYD

A good friend o mine directed me to Yan’s Instagram at a time I was feeling extraordinarily lost in my life. She was just about to launch the podcast so I figured I would give it a try. Do you follow her Instagram? If not, you’re bonkers because she is light. That’s is. Just pure light and the podcast isn’t anything less. It’s raw and it’s hard to listen to, especially when so much of it resonates with the hard parts of your own life. It also has this amazing quality of making you feel less alone and isn’t that really what we are all searching for? I always tell myself, What would Yan do? She would live and she would fill the world with love.

lovelovinglibra18 ,

Love oh sweet love

This podcast is very eye opening when it comes to love. There are so many interpretations of love that it’s kind of daunting. I’m very thankful for this podcast and what it has taught me thus far. Great listen! ♥️

Theartbook ,

Worth the wait but lacking in a bigger pool of guests

I just listened to the newly added episodes and I was a little nervous. I'm team Yan and want her to succeed but was worried that I may not like this podcast. I'm happy to report there was nothing to worry about. Some episodes were harder to listen to because they were triggering but what I enjoyed most about Yan is her ability to ask questions and then JUST listen. There is no judgement on her part and so the stories being told are given ample space. Love is a difficult, often intangible, and the reality is we all understand it differently. These stories may not all resonant with each of us, but Yan's ability to ask complex questions and to go to the hard place is admirable.
I hope there will remain a balance between the heartbreaking stories and the heartwarming stories. Sometimes, happy is okay because that is also a reality.
What would elevate this podcast would be an increase of diversity. Perhaps Yan’s circle is very white American but I would have more respect for this podcast if the experiences of POC folx was also told.
If you're just tuning in I would suggest skipping the first two, they are like practice sessions (but hey you gotta start somewhere) and diving into the third. There is a lot of vulnerability in the first two but the sound quality isn't quite there. Overall, I'll be tuning in every Monday. Enjoy!

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