18 episodes

We Love You (And So Can You) follows the journey of a guest looking to makeover part of their life: like jumping back into the dating world, dealing with professional jealousy, or navigating a new phase in life as an empty nester. Hosts Kristen Meinzer and Jolenta Greenberg draw on extensive knowledge of self-help to provide a prescription of wellness practices, creative activities, media consumption, and more, which the guest follows while we eavesdrop on their progress. The goal: for the guest to find the outstanding person who was there all along, and learn to love themselves more. We Love You (And So Can You) is part reality show, part self-love school, and the best makeover show in the podcast universe.

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    • Self-Improvement
    • 4.7, 195 Ratings

We Love You (And So Can You) follows the journey of a guest looking to makeover part of their life: like jumping back into the dating world, dealing with professional jealousy, or navigating a new phase in life as an empty nester. Hosts Kristen Meinzer and Jolenta Greenberg draw on extensive knowledge of self-help to provide a prescription of wellness practices, creative activities, media consumption, and more, which the guest follows while we eavesdrop on their progress. The goal: for the guest to find the outstanding person who was there all along, and learn to love themselves more. We Love You (And So Can You) is part reality show, part self-love school, and the best makeover show in the podcast universe.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
195 Ratings

195 Ratings

Literary Fan ,

Reality pod that’s helpful and entertaining

Fast moving, upbeat, caring, each episode is fresh and interesting. Great takeaway tips and solid guidance.

Momofyr ,

Sorry, guys

I enjoy By the Book (although “like” is said waaaay too much), but this podcast is a little on the edge of problematic. Some of the people who are featured probably need to see a professional about their issues, which are likely deep-seated and not easily remedied by self-help book advice. At the very least, part of the advice given should include seeking professional counseling where and when available. Most towns and cities have mental health professionals who utilize sliding scales, and anyone enrolled in a college or university should inquire about on-campus services for students.

katgav26 ,

Perfect Pathos & Logos Combo

These women are great at understanding and validating human emotion. But they also follow up with logical and tested strategies. It’s great to listen to and learn from! ❤️

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