Month: July 2021

Solo Parents

Solo Parents SOLO 89 | Solo Parents

  While the topic of parenthood comes up from time to time, it is often from the perspective that solos are typically not parents. In this week’s episode, however, Peter McGraw talks to two solo parents – one who is a single mother by choice and the other who had an “oopsie.” You will hear […]

Waiting – Part 2

Waiting – Part 2 SOLO 88 Kinneret Lahad part 2 | Waiting

  Peter McGraw is joined by guest co-host Iris Schneider for part 1 of a conversation about “waiting” with Kinneret Lahad, a sociologist who conducts research at the intersection of time and singlehood.  — Listen to Episode #88 here: Waiting – Part 2 This is the second part of a special episode. I’m joined by guest co-host, Iris […]

Waiting – Part 1

Waiting – Part 1 SOLO 87 Kinneret Lahad part 1 | Waiting

  Peter McGraw is joined by guest co-host Iris Schneider for part 1 of a conversation about “waiting” with Kinneret Lahad, a sociologist who conducts research at the intersection of time and singlehood.  Listen to Episode #87 here: Waiting – Part 1 This is the first half of a special episode, one that gave me […]

The Power Of No Power

The Power Of No Power SOLO 86 | Working In Solitude

  Being single provides optionality (i.e., having the right but not obligation to take action.) In other words: freedom. Yet, singles often fail to consider their freedom and pursue a conventional life – valuing the same things and living similar lifestyles as their partnered counterparts. Last week’s episode examined how garnering financial freedom gives rise […]

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