contributor Emily Morse), there are probably thousands of pods out right now that can fit your day and your mood.
To tuck yourself in, life coach Kali Rogers suggests , hosted by authors Cheryl Strayed and Steve Almond.
“This podcast is absolutely intended for those who are feeling very alone and need validation or support through whatever they are going through,” says Rogers.
It’s a nice little dose of kismet to remind you that, for all its ups and downs, life is surprisingly beautiful.
When dating starts to feel like an elaborate form of torture If looking at the Tinder app on your phone makes you break out in hives for fear of yet another "meh" date in your future, try tuning in to .
It’s like having a wise friend you can visit for an hour on your commute.
We consulted some experts and rounded up the podcasts capable of giving you the advice you really need to hear right now: When you need to feel less alone If you just moved out on your own for the first time or recently went through a rough breakup, you’re probably well-acquainted with a sleepless night in a too-big bed.
“Both Cheryl and Steve have an uncanny ability to soothe and guide those who are struggling through very complicated issues, and just hearing these stories and their advice back gives hope to their listeners.”With a wide variety of topics ranging from infidelity, motherhood, self-confidence, and even ghosting, you’ll feel comfort knowing you’re not the only one struggling out there.
When you need a postbreakup pep talk Surprise, surprise: Breakups suck.
“[T]he devil is in the details,” wrote Marion Nestle, who commonly supports increased food-safety regulations, of the Obama administration’s proposal.
While I disagree with Nestle about the manifest need for more regulations—which often cost hundreds of millions of dollars but make our food no safer—I do agree with her call to wait for more details.
And while they never get easier, there are some pretty great coping mechanisms nowadays. D., recommends British dating coach Laura Yate’s podcast , which discusses the ridiculous, motivating, and downright brilliant things people have done to get over a relationship.