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Do The Work

Do The Work

A podcast on dating, anxiety and doing the work to heal with @Sabrina.zohar ( . Instagram- ( Tik tok- @sabrina.zohar (

PublishesWeeklyEpisodes70Foundeda year ago
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Sabrina explores the ins and outs of the healing journey with Masha, which revolves more

7 days ago

Sabrina sits down with Mark Groves and his partner, Kylie McBeath, for a conversation on their dating journey, which leads them from breaking up to finding each other again years later. more

10 days ago

Sabrina and the tech guy sit down for a meaningful chat and Q&A session about their dating journey and experiences. We gain perspective on the dos and don'ts, responsibilities (e.g., who should pay for the date), the honeymoon phase, and boundaries. ... more

14 days ago

On this weeks episode of Do the Work podcast, Sabrina opens up about her personal journey in the dating world, transitioning from repeatedly choosing toxic relationships to healthy ones. The first step is to recognize our own toxic behaviors, such as... more

21 days ago


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4.9 out of 5 stars from 12.3k ratings
  • Abrupt ad breaks (!) detract from the content

    Great stuff otherwise, but it feels disrespectful to the listener to suddenly break the flow of conversation with no prior warning, such as a bell or something. Ironic, given the subject at hand - healthy communication, boundaries, consent…

    Apple Podcasts
    Tashi Awesome
    United States2 days ago
  • Ashwini

    Sabrina, you are a rockstar with a STUNNING personality!! Thanks a bunch for sharing the wisdom in loud and crystal clear words, your podcasts literally hit every single part of my brain whenever I go down the self-doubt spiral and I pull myself together.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 days ago
  • Solid advice but a narrow audience she addresses

    This podcast has good questions inviting us to ask questions about ourselves and how we experience ourselves and others. However, I think she seems to only talk to people who live in a super big cities and that don’t really ever struggle to even meet people to date. There has been one comment about how dating is different in other areas of the country and for other people, but I think she could bring in more people to address things like dating in area other than cities like NYC, LA, and San Fra... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 days ago

    I absolutely love Sabrina and what she brings to her podcast. Truly worth it to listen. I appreciate you Sabrina and thank you for being you,♥️.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 days ago
  • Very helpful

    Super interesting and helpful show, thank you Sabrina! I love your energy!

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    Finland5 days ago


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