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Natalie Karneef
A Single Thing
Most pop culture discussion about the single life point at how to avoid it at all costs. From Disney movies to dating coaches to how-to books on finding love, we’re constantly told that couplehood is the holy grail.But many of us have grown more, changed for the better, and learned the most about ourselves while not in a relationship. So how can we get the most out of being single? What can we celebrate about aloneness? Why can’t singlehood be a great thing? Join Natalie Karneef and guests as they share real-life, personal stories about navigating the unattached life.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 54 ratings
We NEED this podcast
I am listening to all the episodes again and am hoping for new episodes because this podcast is SO GOOD! It is difficult to come to terms with singledom in a world where it is seen as the optimal failure and this podcast has really helped me to feel sane. I really hope we can get more listeners...Read full review »
LasmaPoisa via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 11/18/20
Refreshing and Honest
Heard about this from Catherine Gray’s book, ‘The Unexpected Joy of Being Single’ and it’s so refreshing to hear normal people talk about how you have to be honest with yourself about staying in dead end relationships and being chronically unhappy with singledom. I’m 20 years old and I want to...Read full review »
mrl198 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 11/15/20
Love
Was recommended this podcast in the ‘the unexpected joy of being single’ book. I’m going through a break up myself and it’s been a huge comfort to me! Devoured it in a day! Thank you for your wise words and encouragement!
robinred21 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/09/19
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