Marc Azoulay with Unorthodox Dating Advice

I hope you’ve been enjoying The Wild Side podcast! In the fourth episode, I interview psychotherapist, Marc Azoulay, MA, LPC, LAC, and CGP. He shares his hilarious experiences of building confidence while dating sober. Marc also goes deeper to give insight into confidence building for all personality types and where insecurities come from.

Marc Azoulay for the Wild Side Podcast

Marc has a private practice in Boulder, CO. He is also the current President of the Four Corners Group Psychotherapy Society. He helps clients who have self-harming issues and inherent aggression or who are stuck in the painful cycle of repetitive compulsions. Many of his clients struggle with addiction, trauma, and self-harm. Marc helps people uncover and destroy the unconscious barriers that cripple them by using a blend of Modern Psychoanalytic and Contemplative Psychotherapy. His therapeutic style can best be described as irreverent with surprising moments of profound depth.

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If you read my last blog post, I met Marc through another psychotherapist by embarrassing myself. When I started working with Marc on social media marketing, I discovered he had a Wild Side to share!

Episode 4:

While going through alcohol and drug addiction recovery, Marc had a hard time meeting women. He found an unorthodox group and flew to Los Angeles. You gotta tune in to hear his story. It’s a wild one!

You can listen to The Wild Side on Soundcloud loaded below or listen on your podcast platform of choice:  SoundcloudStitcherGoogle Play Podcasts and Apple Podcasts.

I hope you’ll listen, like, subscribe, and share The Wild Side with your friends and family. I hope this inspirational series help you embrace your wild side!

More about Marc: Listed in Psychology Today. He can also be found on Twitter, Facebook, and Linked In.

Marc’s videos are worth checking out too. His last series on procrastination is an eye-opener! You can find everything on his site.

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Do you have any dating advice? Do you have any questions for Marc?

I have a few questions and plan to do a followup interview. I may hook him up with a panel later in the year. Stay tuned…

Nervous around the Opposite Sex? Psychotherapist, Marc Azoulay with Dating Advice

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  1. Susie, I really enjoyed the tips Marc shared in your podcast. I started to listen and then stopped after a couple of minutes because he kept saying “like” so often and I thought it would drive me nuts, but I got out a pen and tallied every time he said “like.” It got me through the pain of listening to his speech patterns, but it gave me the benefit of listening to what he had to say. If he reads this, I don’t mean to hurt his feelings, but in his job, it might be good to be aware that he is doing this. He said “like” 432 times in the 46 minutes of the podcast. It’s probably a very hard habit to break, but he’s a guy who would benefit from making the effort because he has a lot of good insights to share and offer others in his job.

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    1. LOL! I had to “like” your comment! I hear that word so often, it washed right over me. He really does share some eye-opening advice. Thanks for “liking” it enough to keep listening, Anneli!

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    1. Thanks for listening, Phil! I would love to do the panel and think it would be a very lively discussion about men and women’s relationships in the time of strong women and the #METOO movement.

      I get it! 🙂 I listened to a podcast recently where the interviewer made a weird droning sound (honk?) of agreement. Totally threw me out!

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  2. This made me think of my long, long gone youth. 😉 and the advice I would give to pals who were painfully petrified at approaching women. I would just tell them to think back to high school, and ask; Which guys were the ones girls seemed to make the most effort to get noticed by? And, of course the answers were; The ones who didn’t seem to notice them at all. And/or: the ones who seemed too preoccupied to notice. To which I would then say; Right, and nothing’s changed. Most of the time, they ended up meeting someone quickly. Not that this works for everybody, though. But, it can make for some comical episodes of single ladies trying to be noticed…lol


      1. Exactly. And, the man who keeps his mouth shut in the beginning, usually attracts the ladies with class, rather than ‘just women’. 😉


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