Welcome to the F the ”Nice Guy” Podcast where we unload all our stories about the ”nice guy”. You know... the guys who tricked us into believing they were nice... until they didn’t get what they wanted and proved how not nice they really were. There will be sharing sessions, interviews, and viewer submitted stories! If you have a ”nice guy” story to share that is trauma lite (no crimes or violence) send it to email@example.com.
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If you've dealt with a "nice guy", you've probably found yourself asking the question... why me? Well, on this week's episode we've brought back Abby Rosmarin give you some answers. more
We're back to end the Whedon "Nice Guy" Fantasy Filmmaker Saga. Make sure to check out Part 1 because we're starting right where we left off. And if you thought last episode was bad... buckle up. This episode has everything - Whedon Vs. WONDER WOMAN,... more
We are at a crossroads when it comes to dating and the patriarchy. We are realizing just WHAT it means to deal with a Nice Guy — and this podcast is exactly what we need as we navigate these waters! Funny, clever, insightful, and the guests are top shelf!
I love this podcast because I feel very seen and affirmed in the trauma I’ve felt with in the dating world. But I have had incredibly traumatic experiences from both political supporters so I think demonizing republicans is really shortsighted. I’m a conservative woman and feel pretty alienated in that aspect. Try and keep the demonizing out of the podcast!
LOVE this Podcast! Such a fun, light and comical way of sharing your experiences and the takeaways are priceless for identifying a “nice guy”. Thank you for voicing this and giving others the opportunity to share their experiences.
This podcast is basically Regan and her cousin or friends talking about terrible men. Which is fine. I guess I thought there would be tips on how to spot one before you get involved with him, but so far they haven’t done that.
OMG! You have to take a listen to this podcast. I promise you that once you start, you won’t be able to stop until the episode is finished. She is super talented and makes it sound so effortless, all while painting the perfect picture for her listeners, which keeps them drawn in like no other! Prepared to be hooked and laugh your butt off!
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