Marriage and family therapist Kiaundra Jackson joins The Doctors to answer viewer’s relationship questions about spotting commitment phobs, asking for what you want in bed, and emotional cheating.
The Doctors discuss the concept of committed, non-monogamous relationships and if they can work for some couples.
The Doctors discuss how a study found that people in open relationships have higher levels of trust and lower rates of jealousy. Plus, find out what The Doctors think about open relationships.
Jen tells us she us she is attracted to “bad boys.” Psychiatrist Dr. Ish Major helps Jen understand why she might be attracted to this type of guy and what she can do to break this dysfunctional relationship cycle.
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 welcome psychiatrist Dr. Ish Major to weigh in on a study which found that couples who are overly affectionate from the start of their relationship may be more likely to not last.
The Doctors and psychologist Dr. Cortney Warren discuss tips on how to handle when your partner’s hygiene is lacking. Should you be direct or ease into the foul odor situation?
Does the car you drive affect how you are perceived as a possible spouse? The Doctors discuss a study which found that men who drive high-end cars are not seen as someone to settle down with.
Body language expert Blanca Cobb shares mistakes you may be making in romantic and personal relationships and how you can easily correct them.
Body language expert Blanca Cobb joins The Doctors to discuss the body language signs that indicate good and bad relationships, as well as how a parent should position themselves to talk to a child.