Encore: I Love You, But I Hate Your Politics
January 30, 2020
Hosted by Treva Brandon Scharf and Robby Scharf
Like it or not, politics is everywhere: social media, around the dinner table, and in our personal lives. Politics have divided families, broken up friendships, and turned dating into a minefield. Can you love someone but hate their politics? Can you date someone across the aisle? Can we save our relationships from mutual destruction? The answer is yes, and our guests this week are going to tell you how. Author, psychoanalyst, and Liberal Democrat Jeanne Safer and her husband Rick Brookhiser, Conservative Republican and Sr. Editor of the National Review have 39 years of marriage under their belt, and a world of knowledge to share when it comes to making politics and love work together.
Done Being Single
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How did Treva and Robby Scharf know it was time to settle down? Because they were done being single. Before getting married for the first time at 51 and 57, Treva and Robby did it all, dated it all, and lived to tell.
With a combined 108 years of single life experience under their belts, Treva and Robby are dating survivors. They’re the authorities on being single and finding love later in life.
Treva and Robby don’t just offer empty platitudes and promises, they offer dating intervention. From dating apps to dating gaffes, from getting a second date to getting laid, Treva and Robby have a toolbox of tips, and a guest list of dating coaches, relationship experts, therapists, personal growth influencers, and thought leaders to help people get out of dating hell and find real love.
If you’re a dating hater ready to up your dating game, then you’re ready for DONE BEING SINGLE.
Treva Brandon Scharf and Robby Scharf
How did Treva and Robby Scharf know it was time to settle down? Because they were done being single.
Before getting married at 51 and 57, Treva and Robby did it all, dated it all, but neither could close the deal.
At almost 50, Treva decided to give up on marriage and resign herself to eternal singleness, while Robby kept his options open, telling himself when it was “right” he’d know it.
Even though they were from the same hometown, Facebook ultimately brought them together. Once they became acquainted online, they ended up meeting in person at Treva’s 50th birthday party.
A week later, they went on their first date. Six months later, they got engaged. Nine months after that, they got married. And in February 2017, they gave birth to Done Being Single, a podcast that covers all aspects of single life, relationships, and finding love later in life. It’s a labor of love, packed with knowledge and know-how from their single years.
To augment Treva and Robby’s dating wisdom, they’ve enlisted the world’s best dating coaches, relationship experts, best-selling authors, therapists, doctors, and personal growth thought leaders to help people navigate the modern world of love.
From singles advice to life advice, dating tips to sex tips, self-help to self-empowerment, Done Being Single and its hosts do it all with candor, honesty, and humor.