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A podcast that explains how everything is psychology. Even your 20s. New episodes every Friday! For business enquires please email thepsychologyofyour20steam@unitedtalent.com New merchandise here: https://the-psychology-of-your-20s.myshopify.com/
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Somethin' About Our 20's the podcast is a space where we will discuss all of the life experiences, changes, and growing pains that come with these 20 something's. There will be open conversations with guest hosts in order to help others along this new journey of adulthood.
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This show is for 20-somethings who don't want to spend their whole life worrying about money. Have you ever asked yourself, “If money wasn’t an issue, what would I do with my life?” If not, think about it because you’ll need an answer sooner than you think, but my guess is, you have. You’ve thought about an alternative career path, starting your own business, or spending more time developing your hobbies but the major factor holding you back is money. I want to solve that problem for you. On ...
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Roaring 20s Radio

Nymphs & Thugs Recording Co.

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A monthly Soho Radio show for the 20s: roaring about art, culture, books, poetry and activism. Co-presented by Salena Godden, Amah-Rose Abrams and Matt Abbott 📻
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20something

The Real Network

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20something is hosted by two outspoken and witty young men… tackling the most topical of issues from a layman’s point of view. It's a show for those journeying through their 20s or happy to live in the '20s.
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Early 20's

Early 20's/Silk Bun Records

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into the stories of people in early 20's, the experiences, & much more stories that influence & enrich people's lives © ℗ 2022 Silk Bun Records Release
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The Labile 20s

Icha Ananta

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Hi! Welcome to my podcast. I’m gon to share you guys about my perspective about everything. Sex education for instance? Lol. We’ll talk many things from my perspective. So, enjoy!
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20 something, eyes wide open. I haven't let life sour me quite yet. So this is me following my dream and creating my own. I hope this experience can help me live in my truth while helping anyone who is willing to listen. This podcast is about truth and growth. Enjoy!
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This is Your 20s

Meredith Breda & Elyse Naoma

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The Wellbeing Podcast for Young Go-Getters ✨ Radically honest convos about mental, physical and spiritual health for 20-somethings ✨ Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thisisyour20s/support
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Fashion Blogger who is passionate about life and committed to spreading positive vibes to all women! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/lafemmeconfiantecom/support
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Living 20's Unpredictably

Living 20's Unpredictably

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As I’m turning 21, there has been so much that I went through as I survived my first year in my 20’s. From being a full-time college student with two-part time jobs, identifying what friendships mean to me, a life with or without dating, my mental health, and a scary timer on my future. It can be challenging at times but the fun part about life is that it’s UNPREDICTABLE. So, are you ready for non-stop venting, friendship talks, mental health tips, and other weird topics that will pop up? Th ...
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All my life I have asked the hard questions. When I was in elementary school, they gave me an award certificate with the title "Socratic Thinker" which they had never given to a child before. Now they would probably label him with ADHD instead of give him a chance to speak up. This is what happens when you give that kid a podcast. Stories of struggles faced in the early 20s with a unique perspective, comedic value, music, guests to come, laughs, headaches, just a little of everything from so ...
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Our mother wounds represent the unprocessed trauma and insecurities we pick up from the dynamic we each have with the women who raise us and shape us. In today's episode we break down the psychology of our mother wounds including their origin, their impact and their manifestation, from our body confidence to our competition with other women, our ab…
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We always hear the importance of taking advantage of our 401K and IRA accounts. The tax advantages and employer match are too good to pass up on. But is this true for early retirees? If I’m planning on retiring in my 40s, should I be locking my money away in these accounts? How do I bridge the gap between early retirement and 59.5 - the age at whic…
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We often think the secret to not being passive in our lives is to fill up our days, set countless goals, always be striving for progress and productivity. What if we told you the secret was slowing down? In today's episode I am joined by Caroline and Ann Catherine from Girls with Goals as we discuss: What it beens to be passive vs. active vs. inten…
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In today's episode we're going old school, back to a good old fashioned chatty sit down episode and life update. I have been recovering from a pretty terrible bout of tonsilitis and it's made me realise...I have a toxic relationship with productivity. Even when I'm sick I can't slow down, and I don't think I'm alone. We also discuss how I'm finding…
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How can you tell if you're codependent or just really close to someone? If you are enmeshed or just reliant on their support? Feeling happy and stable in a loving relationship, or losing your independence? There are a lot of misconceptions and misunderstandings when it come to codependent relationships, especially in our 20s and in today's episode …
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Dopo la vittoria della Svizzera, continuano le news direttamente dall'Eurovision Song Contest e in questa puntata Matolas & Claudia vi fanno ascoltare le interviste a iolanda del Portogallo e al vincitore assoluto dell'edizione Nemo! Inoltre gli appuntamenti con Happy 20th Anniversary e Grazie al Meme con Grazia Sambruna!…
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So many of us are struggling to stay focused and concentrate in an environment of constant distraction and temptation and it's causing a lot of us to feel unproductive and undisciplined. In today's episode we break down why our attention spans seem to be rapidly declining, we discuss: The Gold Fish myth The average attention span from 2004-2017 The…
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I love playing with compound interest calculators and one equation I’m routinely calculating is the number of years until I reach financial independence. Using the 4% rule, I multiply my living expenses by 25 to get my FIRE number. I use that, my current net worth and various contribution rates to predict when I’ll reach FI. But then I started thin…
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Attachment theory is often misunderstood but when we have the correct knowledge and information it can transform how we relate to others. In today's episode we break down one of these styles, the avoidant attachment, along with it's two components: avoidant dismissive and avoidant fearful. We discuss how this style develops, its expression, the dif…
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L’Eurovision Song Contest è ormai alle porte e questa sera abbiamo una super puntata in diretta con alcuni dei protagonisti dell’evento! Ascolteremo quello che ci hanno raccontato i rappresentanti dell’Azerbaigian, del Lussemburgo che torna in gara dopo 31 anni, dell’Austria e del paese ospitante la Svezia. Ed oltre a Fahree & Ilkin, Tali, Kaleen e…
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We have a lot of opportunities to feel behind in our 20s, especially when it comes to our careers, our finances and our relationships. In todays episode we break down why so many of us (roughly 80% of 20 something year olds) feeling like we're falling short of expectations, as well as how we can manage these feelings and enjoy our path through life…
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We have found some pretty amazing ways to observe human behaviour and from it, discovered some especially interesting things about how we operate, who we are at our core, our irrational beliefs and so much more. In today's episode, we break down five of my favourite psychology studies of all time from jam, to mental escapism and binge watching TV, …
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Matolas & Claudia chiudono Aprile con una puntata piena di sorprese. Tra una classifica completamente sconvolta e le news sul Primo Maggio, ci prepariamo anche all'Eurovision Song Contest. Inoltre immancabili gli appuntamenti con "Grazie al meme" di Grazia Sambruna e l'"Happy 20th Anniversary"Kirjoittanut Hit Chart Top 20
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Finding the joy in your own company is one of the most healing, rewarding and fulfilling things we can do. It's also really difficult in an age of FOMO, constant distraction, stimulation and fear of boredom or loneliness. In today's episode we break down exactly why you need to fall back in love with your alone time, the amazing benefits and HOW to…
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As someone pursuing early financial independence, it is almost guaranteed that over time, a lot of your wealth will come from investment growth but as we all know, it takes money to make money. The first $100,000 of your net worth is a lot of hard work: you need to make income, live below your means, and aggressively save. And through all of this, …
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Social comparison is the thief of joy - it will make us question everything that we have, doubt our own abilities, steal our sense of gratitude and peace. It also sometimes feels impossible to escape, especially in our 20s when we look to others for confirmation that we are doing something right. In today's episode we break down the 5 rules you nee…
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Our inability to make decisions is wasting our time, keeping us acting from a place of fear and stuck in a life we don't want! It's also not entirely our fault and often stems from unconscious mechanisms, neuroticism and fears that we haven't recognised. In today's episode we break down: Why you struggle to make decisions The consequences of our ch…
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About 2/3rds of couples start off as friends according to recent research. But developing feelings for a friend isn't always a happily ever after situation. In today's episode we break down why it is that we fall in love with our friends, the principles of attraction such as the similarity liking effect and mere exposure effect, whether to say anyt…
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Sleep is one of our most vital functions but how many of us actually know that much about it, the links to our physical functioning, mental health, relationships and overall wellbeing. What about some of the strange experiments they've conducted to investigate dreams or how long we can go without sleep? In today's episode we take a deep dive into t…
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You’ve been pouring into your personal finance education and you’re starting to feel more empowered to manage your investments. You might have even played around with online calculators and realized how much that 1% advisor fee is really costing you. But years ago, when you were less confident and didn’t know better, you hired someone to help you w…
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More and more 20 something year olds are choosing to live with their parents; we are moving out later and a lot of us are boomeranging (coming back home after moving out). In today's episode we explore the emotional and psychological impacts of living with your parents in your 20s, why more of us are living at home because of financial anxiety or h…
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We lose our spark and love for life for many reasons: burnout, mental ill health, people pleasing, a breakup. When we do it can feel like life gets very boring, it loses colour, we lose interest and we can become cynical towards all of the small joys and brilliance of being alive and being human. In this episode we break down six tips for getting y…
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You're not going to get along with everyone and one of those people you don't get along with might end up dating someone you love i.e your friend. Disliking your friends partner often stems from one of three reasons: your dating preferences don't match, you're experiencing platonic jealousy, you're genuinely worried about this other person being ba…
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Social media is impacting our mental health in ways we are not ready or willing to acknowledge, and it's time we talk about it. In today's episode we discuss all the psychology of social media and how it is embedded in our social lives, our relationships, our beliefs, our daily routines, our news and our self worth. We break down how social media w…
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Dating is expensive. There is no way to sugarcoat it. Between dinner, drinks, parking, entertainment, and more…the costs quickly add up. I was reading an article and they surveyed 2,000 Americans to find out the average person has spent $3,025 over the last year on dating. That’s a little more than $250 a month and it didn’t include indirect costs …
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Father wounds arise from a disorganised or complicated relationship with our father figure - either due to them being physically or emotionally absent, harsh and critical, unfeeling or abusive and can result in a number of dysfunctional behaviours and emotional patterns as we grow older. In this episode we are breaking down the psychology of father…
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In this episode we are joined by clinical psychologist and author of 'The Defining Decade' to talk about all the frustrations, stressors, misconceptions and hard moments of our 20s and why it's only going to get BETTER from here. We talk about: Shifting from a 'what if' to a 'what is' or 'what else' mindset Why we fear uncertainity Milestone anxiet…
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Sometimes all we want to do is a have a big, old fashioned sob and when we can't it leads us feeling emotionally pent up, defective and frustrated. There's an explanation for why we go through periods where we are unable to cry. In today's episode we discuss: The evolutionary function of crying Crying as an attachment behaviour The difference betwe…
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Self discipline is the key ingredient to unlocking everything you want in life. But despite that many of us treat it like its optional and believe the narrative that self discipline requires perfection, requires sacrifice and is too hard. Actually, self discipline is anything but, it is actually the road of least resistance. In this episode we brea…
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If you’re interested in early retirement, you have to consider how you will afford life when a paycheck isn’t hitting your bank account every other Friday. Of course, my favorite method is investing in the stock market. This provides dividend income and the ability to sell your stocks when you need to but there is another obvious method out there -…
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Love is scary. There are so many opportunities to be hurt, to be let down, to have thing turn out in a way we never wanted them to. But it's also one of the best things in live and brings incredible joy and fulfilment. Why is it that some of us avoid the experience all together. In today's episode we are going to discuss the fear of intimacy in all…
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This International Women's Day as part of iHeart's Women Take the Mic Initiative, I'm bringing on my Mum for a vulnerable chat about our relationship as mother and daughter, what she's learned from being a mother, what she would do differently, life lessons and her success in a male dominated field. We discuss everything from motherhood, child-pare…
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This week we are discussing the ups and downs of living alone in your 20s: from the freedom and independence, to the loneliness and social isolation, financial anxiety and stress, but the authenticity and emotional maturity that comes with it. We talk about: Why being alone doesn't make you lonely Sliders versus deciders - why you should wait befor…
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Feeling jealous over our partners past can feel highly irrational, but its still a feeling many of us have and contributes to a lot of obsessive and unhealthy behaviours like stalking their exes, asking intrusive questions, starting arguments in hopes of getting the reassurance we need. In today's episode, we talk about the psychology of retroactiv…
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