Did the new hit documentary “This is Paris” make Tatiana & Lauren rethink heiress, socialite and media star Paris Hilton? Check out this episode of Proof of Love to find out!
Author and self-improvement educator Sean Rosensteel shares the stories of his trials and tribulations, and how they taught him how to embrace intentional living.
High end housing, catty rivalries, and spray-tans galore…Tatiana, Lauren & Sarah talk about Netflix’s “Selling Sunset!”
The “Silicon Valley Therapist”, Howard Scott Warshaw joined Tatiana and Lauren for a deep conversation about the ins and outs of psychotherapy, the psychological conditions of tech people, and how these crazy quarantine times are affecting all of us.
Take a walk on the naughty side…let’s talk about kink & BDSM with lecturer, educator, author & dating site creator Heather “NookieNotes” Claus!
The cultures of England and America are close enough that it’s easy to find the similarities, and even easier to find the differences. Tatiana meets with Pete McCormack to discuss the state of the world today with a viewpoint from across the pond…
Living in Canada during a pandemic doesn’t have to be boring when you have friends to help put things in prospective!
What is the difference between sex work and sex trafficking? And are the laws meant to end human trafficking helping sex criminals get away with their crimes? Reason’s Elizabeth Nolan Brown has these answers and more.
Dr. Tiffany Graham joins Proof of Love to share the importance of holistic health, including traditional medicine, natural medicine, and chiropractic care.
The #ProofOfGratitude tour continues and, on this episode of Proof of Love, Lauren joins Tatiana and Alyze Sam (who are hanging out together) to recap PorcFest and to discuss their upcoming travel and professional plans.
Tatiana and Lauren devote this episode of Proof of Love to catching up and discussing Tatiana’s upcoming travels to California, dating during COVID-19, dating apps, and finding true love.
Living in gratitude is being aware and appreciative of what we have and the world around us. While the world is more connected than ever, it is also sicker than ever: We use our connectivity to lament about our sick economies, our sick policies, and our sick relationships. What if we connected over love, giving, […]