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Kinda Dating w/ Natasha Chandel Feat. Kelly Chase [Podcast]


Who actually says they’re in love or in a relationship anymore?

To help find the reasoning to this question, dating influencer, TV writer, comedian, and ex-commitment-phobe, Natasha Chandel sits down with comedic guests to break down various dating/relationship topics as part of her weekly dating podcast entitled Kinda Dating.

Knowing what it’s like to be funny acting in love and comedy, Chandel was a writer on season two of the Netflix comedy series Mr. Iglesias starring Gabriel Iglesias. The versatile actress and improviser have been in Comedy Central’s Man Up, CBS’ Seal Team, Hulu’s The Mindy Project, HBO’s How to Make it in America, CBC’s 11 Cameras and MVP. Natasha is a graduate of UCB improv, and received a UCB Diversity Scholarship. In theater, Natasha was lead in the sold-out comedy play Brown’s 3-4 and has been in multiple runs of the acclaimed Vagina Monologues, among others.

Previous Kinda Dating podcast guests vary from New York Times best-selling author Mark Manson, global comedian Russell Peters, expert therapist Nerda Glover Tawwab, actor James Kyson, social media influencer Hayley Herms, America’s Got Talent’s Gina Brillon, all the way to Natasha’s own parents.

A lighthearted sex/relationship podcast that often goes deep (no pun intended), Kinda Dating has been featured as a top dating and sex podcast in AskMen, Bustle, Refinery29, Elite Daily and more! It was also selected as an iTunes New & Noteworthy podcast.

With social media in our face, it’s hard not to compare our love lives (or lack of) to everyone around us?

In this week’s episode of the podcast, Natasha is joined by a special guest Kelly Chase. We are the only constants in our dates. Love is Blind’ season 1 cast member and health coach, Kelly Chase, joins Natasha Chandel to help us become the person WE want to date. Kelly shares her personal transformation, and how to look inward without judgment so we can be the best version of ourselves. They discuss the role of self worth, how to shift your mindset, and the best way to invest in yourself, so you can attract people better suited for you. It’s an inspiring new episode of Kinda Dating!


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