Kayla and Jamacio, the couple who's wedding The Doctors helped plan, join to recap their special day and ask about nuptial weight gain!
Is “me time” more important than your significant other? The Doctors discuss the findings of a study which that 1 in 10 women would choose more time to themselves over their relationship.
The Doctors welcome Robin McGraw, who shares one of Dr. Phil’s sweet and romantic Valentine’s Day traditions.
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 weigh on the case of a woman wanted to propose to her groom-to-be by placing a ring in a chocolate egg, which she then placed in her vagina. But, the chocolate egg became stuck and she ended up in the emergency room.
Psychiatrist Dr. Ish Major joins The Doctors to discuss a study that found the amount of affection between you and a partner may determine whether a marriage will last. Later, he helps a viewer who is attracted to bad boys.
The Doctors discuss two surveys pointing to the prominence of “bridezillas”!
Heartwarming moments on The Doctors from 2018.
Christael shared her Caribbean engagement as well as her and her fiancé’s ambitious weight-loss goals prior to saying their “I-dos” on a social media post where she also asked The Doctors for some help.