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Is your relationship on the right path or possibly doomed? The Doctors welcome psychiatrist and relationship expert Dr. Ish Major joins to discuss if it is time for a relationship check-up while discussing some common questions that couples may have.
Is honesty always the best policy in a relationship?
The "Little White Whys" author tells The Doctors, "If you can't be honest with yourself, you can't be honest with your partner. So, you have got to tell yourself some truths first." He suggests avoiding "trap question" like, "Do these jeans make me look fat?" and "Do you like my new haircut?" He says couples need to be okay sharing the truth with one another.
Is it bad to go to bed angry?
Dr. Ish says it is bad to go to bed angry and it is better to resolve it before going to sleep. He explains that if you do need more time to process, then you have to communicate that to your partner. He suggests to women this approach when you have had an argument with your guy, "Tell him what he did wrong. Tell him how it made you feel. Tell him how to fix it and let it go."
Catch more of Dr. Ish on "Marriage Bootcamp," Fridays at 9 PM on WE tv.