Breaking up is hard to do. So Dr. Gluck and Mark invite New York's premier breakup counselor, Rachel Sussman, on the show to help us find the hope. Even though they feel like the end of the world, breakups and divorces can be turned into new beginnings. We tell you how. We also talk about grief that doesn't go away, the downside of dating sites, and talking badly about your ex to your kids. www.sussmancounseling.com
In light of Ferguson and New York, Dr. Gluck and Mark welcome African-American author Cora Daniels on the show to talk about race honestly—even when it's uncomfortable. From affirmative action to incarceration, there's a lot the three disagree on. They discuss opportunity, privilege and get off topic to talk about vaginal elasticity (thank Mark for that one). This goofy episode is not to be missed! www.coradaniels.com
Ken Page LCSW joins GluckRadio.com to share his one observation after 30 years of practice: the greatest pain we have centers around our greatest & most unique Gift. What is your Gift? What is the pain around it? Why are we attracted to people who bring us down? How do issues like intimacy, sex, loyalty and devotion play into our relationships? Page brings a calm clarity rarely seen on GluckRadio.com to make for one of our best shows yet. www.deeperdating.com.
We all think we have it, but how many of us truly practice empathy? Author Roman Krznarick is on the show to talk about what empathy is and how we can get it. In our self-obsessed culture, merely identifying with the experiences of others can help you stand out. How does it differ from sympathy? Is it something we're born with? Can it lead to social change? www.romankrznaric.com Episode brought to you by audibletrial.com/gluckradio.
Humanity's always been questioning life after death, but Patricia Pearson joins GluckRadio.com to talk about her research into what happens as we're dying. Her findings have been nothing short of astonishing. We'll hear about telepathic awareness, hallucinations, ghosts, Dr. Gluck's near death experience, and so much more. This is nothing to scoff at. Filled with research and anecdotes, this show will make you shiver. www.pearsonspost.com. Episode brought to you by audibletrial.com/gluckradio.
When you think of a prostitute, you're most likely not thinking of a guy. But Dr. Victor Minichiello joins us to talk about the large portion of male sex workers all over the world. Mostly used for gay sex, these workers — whether gay or straight themselves — have their own problems. With issues ranging from conflicting sexuality, abuse, and HIV/AIDS, male prostitutes have a lot in common with their female counterparts. And of course, we ask: Who are these female clients? www.victorminichiello.com.au. Episode brought to you by audibletrial.com/gluckradio.
Wing-girl and dating expert Marni Kinrys will be giving men dirty dating tips on everything from approaching girls to having mind-blowing sex. It's time to put down all those dating books written by men, and get the real perspective on what gets ladies excited. What are women attracted to? Do they want men as much as men want them? What if she only sees you as a friend? Co-hosted by Mark Derian (AnimusEmpire.com). www.winggirlmethod.com. Episode brought to you by audibletrial.com/gluckradio.
We all know the horror stories of fraternities: alcohol poisoning, hazing, rape, even death. But how bad does it really get? Journalist Andrew Lohse blew the cover on fraternity culture in his explosive memoir about his time at Dartmouth. He was forced to eat a vomelette (omelettes made out of vomit), drink to oblivion, and even bathe in a pool of feces, urine and semen. Also, we'll explore the issues of homoeroticism, racism, and the professional advantages of frats. @ABLohse
Chances are you have a lot of opinions about Islam, but Harris Zafar is on GluckRadio.com to turn them into educated opinions. From jihad to women's rights, it turns out that Islam is getting a bad rap, mainly due to a biased Media broadcasting a thin slice of extremists in the Middle East. Is Islam any more violent than Christianity and Judaism? What explains the terrorism? Why don't they self-regulate better? It's time to win dinner-table debates. Follow him @Harris_Zafar
Christopher Gray did something pretty remarkable. He made the transition from being too shy to get the girl to being able to confidently approach women with regularity. How did he do it? If he summoned the courage to start approaching women and sustaining their interest, then you can too. This isn't dating advice from Casanova, but a guy who's been in the trenches. Co-hosted by Mark Derian (AnimusEmpire.com) www.shytosocial.com. Episode brought to you by audibletrial.com/gluckradio.