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The Friend Zone
Listen along every Wednesday as Dustin Ross, HeyFranHey & Assante explore mental health, mental wealth and mental hygiene, because who in the hell wants a musty brain? Send inquiries and questions to: #TheFriendZone
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 3,732 ratings
I was just put on to this podcast a few months ago and I am hooked! I love their chemistry!!
jasmichelle24 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/11/19
Say it ain’t sooooo!!!!
One of the shows that i listen to the most. you guys are some of the most influential people with just being your most authentic selves. i’m listening to old episodes now & i’m current on the new ones... to see that nothing has changed in your chemistry as well as connecting with the listeners is...Read full review »
Briellaaaaa via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/03/19
A Timely & Timeless Gem
Congratulations on your 200th episode! I discovered Friendzone with the “Breaking the Code” episode when you spoke about epigenetics. It CHANGED MY LIFE. To know that I have the power to undo & break generational cycles...WHEW! You guys are truly operating in your purpose & power & I thank you...Read full review »
FeFeBeDancin' via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/12/19
Recent Episodes
On this week's episode of #TheFriendZone, we do a social media round-up! Facebook + Instagram's new "Secret Crush" feature, TikTok blowing up "out of nowhere" and claiming Lil Nas X's fame, Netflix removing the binge option? And a new important app update for creatives working in Social...
Published 09/18/19
On this week’s episode of #TheFriendZone, we go down music memory lane - giving flowers to old school artists we feel have been overlooked and underrated. Wellness Segment: Pick 5 artists who have affected you greatly with their music, find their social media and send them kind words about...
Published 09/11/19
On this week’s episode of #TheFriendZone, we discuss a recent study claiming 24 year olds should still be considered teenagers by law, extending adolescence, due to the many factors contributing to their failure to launch into adulthood. According to the journal, teens are reaching major...
Published 09/04/19
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