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Gen Z doesn’t really do the “check the boxes” thing: this is a “relationship,” these people are “just friends.” Gen Z relationships are much more fluid, and the way we spend time together can move from romance to hanging out as friends and back again, or maybe both at once. What’s important isn’t what you call the relationship, it’s the people in it! In this podcast, we’re going to talk relationships, all kinds of relationships — dating, friendships, sexual, platonic, monogamous, polyamorous ...
 
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The world is slowly beginning to open up, and we don't know about you, but Team Chances is itching to get out and DO THINGS. Safely, using masks and hand washing and social distancing, of course, but we're really looking forward to seeing our friends IRL instead of on screens. We love connecting -- whether that's with current friends or new ones, i…
 
Rob Lipschutz, aka “America’s Dad,” joins his daughters to talk about relationships from a Gen X perspective. Is forming a new relationship — of any kind — any different now? Let’s face it: initiating a new relationship, whether it’s friends or study buddies or something more romantic, isn’t easy. A little kid trying to make friends in a new neighb…
 
In this podcast, Vanessa and Noelle interview Baraka Beckett, offensive lineman for the Bruins, junior, and sociology major. They talk about life as a UCLA athlete, how athletes are maintaining relationships in COVID, and how COVID has affected the social life at UCLA. Being a D1 athlete takes an enormous amount of dedication and discipline - two a…
 
Modern technology is great during a pandemic: we can meet on Zoom, have safe Facetimes when we can't meet face-to-face, even get together virtually to play games and watch movies. But none of that quite matches up to IRL meetings. Vanessa and Noelle talk about how to deal with this new (and hopefully temporary) reality and get the best out of an of…
 
Let us paint you a picture: someone you have a crush on says, "I like you" and walks away. What do you do? Do you.... A. Assume you are now a "thing" and start planning a romantic getaway? B. Call your best friend and talk for hours about your crush's exact words, tone of voice, expression, body language, and posture and what they all might mean? C…
 
Sisters Vanessa and Noelle are inviting you to take a chance with them! If you've ever moved to a new town, traded high school for college, or started a new job, you know what it's like to feel intimidated and out of place. Starting over is rough, especially when you don't know anyone. But what a difference a friend makes, right? Connecting with so…
 
Finding people you can be yourself with can be really hard, whether you're looking for a romantic relationship, a study buddy, or someone to go to basketball games or have a beer with. Sisters Vanessa and Noelle Lipschutz are Seattleites who moved to LA not long before COVID struck, and they know how lonely it can be trying to make connections in a…
 
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