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#23 Valentine's Day is Self Love Day

A call to action to email Amy at this six month marker of the podcast! Let her know what you wish to hear more of, and what you've liked so far. Sign up for the email list at and enjoy the free worksheets on the principles of this podcast.


#22 Breaking Up With Your Parents: Becoming YourSelf with Rich Jacques

This week host Amy Loftus is joined by Rich Jacques, a Grammy winning singer/songwriter and producer who produced the song you hear when you tune into the podcast, "Sweetest Surrender"! Rich and Amy consider the idea of "breaking up" with family members or anyone with whom you may be playing out stagnant patterns that block you from realizing your personal relationship dreams and desires.


#21 Gandhi Girl with Diane Avice du buisson

Host Amy Loftus interviews her yoga teacher Diane Avice du buisson, "Durga" of Nashville, TN, who weighs in on the potency of gentle feminine energy, how the relationship with the self is more important than with another, how suffering has the potential to bring you to the kind of discipline that eventually liberates, and her special connection with Led Zeppelin lead singer Robert Plant.


#20 Something Better Principles for Feminine Women "SB HELP"

The principles for empowered feminine singles and spouses are simple and recurring on this podcast, and this week free handouts on the principles are available to you. Host Amy Loftus elaborates on the content of the handouts in this episode. When you download them free of charge, you'll have them written down in front of you with space for your own notes. The handouts are found on the blog, in the corresponding blog with this episode (#20) and are yours when you sign up for the mailing...


#19 #MeToo Part 2 with Alexandra Kyle

After Amy's #MeToo Podcast last week, actress and filmmaker Alexandra Kyle contacted Amy to discuss the issue, and she decided to be a guest! Alexandra "Alix" Kyle shares her experience of creating her short film "Anxiety's Wilma" (out in Feb 2018) and how the necessary conversation about harassment and women in the workplace is shaping her creative path.


#18 Into #Metoo You See

Oprah's Speech at the Golden Globes inspired host Amy Loftus to share her #metoo experiences and begin a conversation from the "grey area" on this delicate topic, and this celebration for women. Life will not ever be the same again. Yes, Time's Up. It's our time. Hear Amy's music on Connect with podcast materials and join the mailing list on email Amy at


#17 Keeping the Faith with Dixie Laite

Host Amy Loftus asks Dixie Laite about the journey that led to the moment she met her husband, and they discuss trusting in a Divine Universal Order. Follow Dixie in Martha Beck's O magazine column beginning in the January 2018 issue.


#16 What is Spirituality? A Brief Review of Masculine and Feminine Principles

Host Amy Loftus offers a brief year- end review of the masculine and feminine principles that she teaches in this podcast through interviews, and goes into the opportunity for spiritual growth that arrives while practicing these principles. Thanks to HelloFresh for supporting our podcast. Go to and use the code Better30 to get $30 off your first week of deliveries.


#15 Single During the Holidays

Are you facing another holiday season without a partner? It can hurt. Amy Loftus has been there and offers comfort and suggestions for those who can't believe they're going through this again.


#14 Narcissism and Relationships: Information is Liberation with Laney Zukerman

Host Amy Loftus and guest Laney (Elaine) Zukerman, a professional counselor, certified life coach, college educator, author and mom, discuss narcissistic personalities in romantic relationship. A native New Yorker, Laney enjoys living the ultimate Urban Goddess lifestyle and has found her passion in helping empower and encourage women from all walks of life to live their best lives. Her latest book is "The Urban Goddess Lesson: How to Spot the bad Boys from the Heroes". Thanks to...


#13 Healthy Masculinity in Relationship with Evan Marc Katz

Host Amy Loftus and dating coach and relationship expert Evan Marc Katz discuss finding love and partnership, navigating marriage, and openly discuss the importance of communication from the grey area in a time of black and white thinking, extremes and scandals among prominent men.


#12 Girlfriend Talk with Lauren Murphy

Host Amy Loftus is joined by her friend Lauren Murphy who shares her dating experiences prior to finding a fulfilling romantic relationship, and offers tips and a brighter perspective about having faith in your personal journey toward Something Better. Thanks to Zola for supporting our podcast. Save $50 on a mattress at code better.


#11 Only Love Remains

Host Amy Loftus shares a personal life passage in and a listener connection in honor of Thanksgiving and in the spirit of gratitude. Thanks to LovePop for supporting Something Better. Unlock special pricing for 5 or more cards AND get free shipping on any order by going to


#10 Vulnerability is the Hot Ticket to Real Love

Are you angry that you're still single? Could it be that a fear of vulnerability is keeping you from finding love? Psychologist and master matchmaker Julia Shah and Amy discuss the perils of knowing yourself without leaving the light on for vulnerable, intimate space for yourself and others. Vulnerability is a large component of practicing feminine energy, regardless of your gender. Send questions or learn more about all of your choices by emailing


#9 Do You Fantasize About Leaving?

Jenna Korf has a thriving coaching practice dedicated to helping blended family members be of loving service to each other, especially the children. This episode is packed with nutrients for: 1. Any woman fantasizing about leaving her spouse, because what is likely to occur is a set of challenges listed in this podcast that could make her wish she stayed. 2. Any single open to deepening the dating pool by seeking a divorced parent. 3. Any stepparent in the midst of seeking higher ground....


#8 It's Not You

Sara Eckel is the author of the book "It's Not You: 27 (Wrong) Reasons You're Single" and has been a freelance writer for more than fifteen years. Her essays and reported pieces have appeared in The New York Times, Forbes, Martha Stewart Living, Self, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, and other publications. Her short fiction has appeared in Speakeasy and Sanskrit. She lives in New York with her husband and Amy and Sara discuss feelings, feminine energy and feminism, healthy relationships,...


Communication in Healthy Romantic Relationship

Jack FM DJ and Voice Over Artist Howard Cogan has been married for over 20 years and sat down with Amy to share his no nonsense communication skills to discuss effective communication in romantic relationship for singles and spouses. Thanks to HelloFresh for supporting our podcast. Go to and use the code better30 to get $30 off your first week of deliveries.


"This Stuff Really Works" with Anonymous Wife #1

In the early episodes, Amy posed these questions: Are you longing for your husband to be more assertive but telling him how to drive and complaining that he’s like an extra kid? Are you a woman in a marriage that feels dead, and can’t find the spark you once had? Did the women’s movement offer us professional direction at the expense of our personal lives? Well, a listener emailed proposing an anonymous interview so she could answer them. She's been a wife...


Micro Behaviors with Brendan Greeley

Brendan Greeley is an eligible bachelor whose love life is fair game on WLS-AM 890 with Steve Dahl and Matt Casella is a restaurateur and married Dad of four children. Amy weighs in on the micro behaviors connected to inner masculine and feminine energies that are often demonstrated in dating and marriage.


Deep Self Care with Jill Miller

Jill Miller is the co-founder of Tune Up Fitness Worldwide and creator of the self-care fitness formats Yoga Tune Up® and The Roll Model® Method. With more than 30 years of study in anatomy and movement, she is a pioneer in forging relevant links between the worlds of fitness, yoga, massage, athletics and pain management. She is known as the Teacher’s Teacher and has trained thousands of movement educators, clinicians, and manual therapists to incorporate her paradigm shifting self-care...


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