What is Flirting, with Therapist Dan

Therapist Dan joins us once again all the way from Boston and we discuss:

  • How awesomely f–king awesome “Piranha 3-D” is
  • How Trust is so important to have, slowly built, but so easy to destroy with one mistake
  • What is flirting, and is it okay in a relationship?
  • And much more!

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Good Communication with Therapist Dan

Therapist Dan calls in all the way from Boston and we discuss:

  • How important it is to keep proper channels of communication nice and open
  • Never ask if something is wrong…unless they say something, nothing is wrong
  • Sweeping things under the rug is a bad bad BAD idea
  • Chris Brown sucks.  AMEN, brother.
  • Daddy Issues aren’t confined just to women
  • A crazy story from my college past…and you will hear me sing a solo :)
  • And much more!

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The Break-Up Crew

Good times at the Cicada Club!  In tonight’s show, I discuss:

  • Narcissistic Blogging: You know that horrible depressing thing that happened, as well as the fact that you cheated on your husband, or that you just had a diet coke, or that you just can’t wait to tell us how great it is to live in the big city and that guy you went out with and stuff?  NO ONE CARES. Give value, or shut the hell up.
  • How everyone should have a “break-up” crew.
  • On that…what to do the day of a break-up, especially if you are the one getting dumped.
  • And much more!

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Charlie Sheen is a bad guy

In addition to discussing the obvious above this week, I discuss:

  • Josh Radnor’s new film, “Happythankyoumoreplease
  • Dysfunctional Men in LA, and how women can’t stand dating them
  • A Case for prolonged adolescence
  • How Women can’t help but want the bad boy, even if he threatens them
  • Adam Carolla’s article in the NY post about how all the men today are neutered
  • My new business, LSR Lifestyle!
  • My upcoming appearance in The Writing Pad

Blue Valentine – An Education

Having just taken in a screening of the wonderful new film, “Blue Valentine,” I share my thoughts on the subject of romance lost, and how:

  • Most failed relationships are doomed from the start
  • No woman wants to raise a child as a husband
  • Arguments of subtext in real life (and the film) lead to disaster
  • You can’t marry a romantic if you are a realist
  • Guys must have real ambition in life in order to be attractive to a woman

Enjoy!