For fifteen years, Host Andy Horning has met twice a month with the same group of men. The only rules are to show up, be honest, be open to feedback, and share the space together. Andy asks, "What does it mean to be both a man and a husband in a partnership?"Andy talks with evolutionary biologist Marc Bekoff about the importance of studying animal behavior to understand human behavior.
Most people might think that an intimate partnership of two sex educators would be filled with crazy hot sex. But, what happens when two experts who know all the answers to a fulfilling sex life start to feel under pressure?
Andy talks with documentary filmmaker Doug Block about the real secret to a happy marriage.
At the age of fifty, Pam decided to receive a cochlear implant for her childhood hearing loss. Since then, her husband, Jon, sometimes struggles with his frustration that she still can't always hear what he says. And, after twenty-five years together, this occasionally bumpy road continues to surprise and amaze them both. Also, Andy talks with copywriter and branding professional, Erin Bosik, about the magic and power of words.
When Shannon told his personal story of infidelity to the public, it was only his side of the story. Even years after the affairs, he didn't know Cindy's true feelings or point of view.
Andy talks with creative mogul Alex Bogusky about how to advertise real love.