Australian TV host, radio personality and author Sami Lukis has launched a new podcast which focuses on her struggles with modern dating.
In her first foray into podcasting, Lukis will deliver an honest and unfiltered version of herself on Romantically Challenged, as she opens up about the mistakes she has made in her quest to find love.
Lukis will chat to both women and men who are also struggling in the dating world as mums, dads, divorcees, widowers, or lifelong singletons.
“This podcast is a refreshingly honest and a very real discussion about sex, dating and relationships,” she said.
“The fact is, dating doesn’t get any easier as you get older. I actually feel like I’m more romantically challenged now, in my 40s, than I have been at any other stage in my life.
“I want to be the ultimate ‘support group’ for anyone trying to navigate the modern dating scene.”
The podcast will discuss a range of controversial issues such as dating your friend’s ex-husband, lying about your age online, the anxiety around having sex with someone new, and the sense of shame after divorce.
Guests include author Kerri Sackville, SheSaid author Nadia Bokody, body language and dating expert Katia Loisel, and Australia’s highest paid escort, Samantha X.
Romantically Challenged is available now on Southern Cross Austereo’s PodcastOne or via the app store.
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