A hundred million messages each month on Tinder start with “hey” and the first episode examines its use as an opening gambit. Laura Yates is a coach and writer who specialises in helping people through breakups and heartbreak.And Hey Saturday head honcho, Saskia, was interviewed for the episode called Mixed Signals. Laura’s podcast is a fun, entertaining and uplifting look into this subject, featuring the stories of people who’ve done amazing things as a result of going through heartbreak.DTR, (for Define the Relationship), is the new podcast from dating giant Tinder.Hosted by Jane Marie from This American Life, this chatty, humorous podcast helps you navigate the world of dating and relationships in the digital age.Karinch, who lives in Estes Park, is the author of 26 books, including this latest.
Her Ready for Love podcast features conversations with thought leaders and experts on topics including how to have a killer dating profile, how to date with confidence and getting over your ex. From the same host who’s behind the successful Tripp Advice website, this podcast gives advice to men on everything to do with sex and relationships.During the Valentine's Day season, people often reflect on their intimate relationships.Are you stuck in a routine, maybe looking to bring some excitement into your sex life?Karinch was diagnosed with endometrial cancer in fall 2014.She had been referred to one of Guntupalli’s colleagues, she said, but, “For some reason I just thought – no – it’s got to be Saketh Guntupalli.” “He’s intensely gifted and very kind, and he’s exactly the kind of cancer doctor you want when someone says, ‘Oh, by the way, we have to remove your female organs,’” Karinch said. Big win, big loss In addition to seeing patients, his work included performing surgeries on complex gynecologic cancers, running a fellowship program, serving as vice-chair for quality and improvement, leading UCH’s highly regarded Placenta Accreta Response Team, and doing medical research. She told him that her husband hadn’t touched her in any emotional or physical way since the diagnosis and she felt like she had beaten cancer but lost her marriage. With CU clinical researchers Dina Flink, Ph D, and Janelle Sheeder, Ph D, Guntupalli designed a survey.