The Doctors discuss a study which suggests educated and successful women might need to “marry down” in order to start a family because there are often not enough similarly educated and successful men to begin a relationship with.
While discussing a study which suggests successful women might need to “marry down” in order to start a family, The Doctors discuss how being open to a variety of different types of relationships is important when dating and looking for a partner.
The Doctors discuss a study which suggests that women should have a shorter workweek compared to men, due to how many women have other responsibilities outside of their career that many men do not.
The Doctors discuss a study which found that people were most happy when they accomplished more than their parents.
A new survey has found that 1 in 10 people have had sex at work!
Actress Vivica A. Fox, who penned the memoir "Every Day I'm Hustling," joins The Doctors to share her tips for success.
Doctors frequent guest legal analyst and child advocate Areva Martin joins the panel to discuss her book, "Make It Rain."
The number of people reportedly admitting to using drugs at work might shock you!
Are you sabotaging your relationships? The Doctors are joined by "The Art of Likeability" podcast host Arel Moodie to explain why being liked is so important and share ways to improve your social relationships.
A woman moved to California with her boyfriend and they both ended up becoming principals in the same school district. After an unexpected pregnancy, the woman claims her career as an elementary principal took a turn for the worse.