Humans in Love is a podcast for passionate people.
Humans in Love is a venue for wide-ranging conversations concerning culture, relationships, and personal development from unconventional perspectives. Featuring interviews with authors, musicians, coaches, entrepreneurs, travelers, and a wide range of others, Humans in Love is a podcast for humans who want more out of life and love.
Think of it as “self-improvement” that doesn’t take itself too seriously.
One week we might be talking about sex, relationships, and world travel, the next we might be unpacking a bestselling author’s creative process. No subject is off limits in Humans in Love, as host and guests share revealing personal stories and explore the unique challenges associated with becoming a better human in the 21st century.
The three essential prerequisites for listeners and guests alike are 1) lust for life, 2) a sense of humour, and 3) an open mind.
Humans in Love is hosted by author and coach Zachary Stockill, whose work on culture and personal development has been featured in the Huffington Post, HuffPost Live, PopMatters, The Art of Charm, and many others.
Described by one generous listener as “Anthony Bourdain meets Alan Watts,” Zachary is the author of the guidebook Overcoming Retroactive Jealousy, and the founder and head coach at RetroactiveJealousy.com, where he has helped hundreds of thousands of men and women in over 180 countries overcome jealousy and possessiveness in their relationships.
In 2016 Zachary hosted the podcast Travels in Music, which was featured as ‘New and Noteworthy’ by iTunes US, UK, Canada, Australia, and more, cracking the top-20 podcast charts in several of those countries. Over the past decade, Zachary has interviewed Grammy, Emmy, and Oscar winners, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame alumni, NYT best-selling authors, even a former Beatle.
Humans in Love picks up where Travels in Music left off, exploring an even wider range of topics, stories, and insights from some of the planet’s most interesting and insightful people. Guests will include world-renowned Beatles authority Mark Lewisohn, legendary psychotherapist Dr. Brad Blanton, and award-winning author Isabel Losada, to name a few.