The Doctors are joined on Skype by Ben, a man who has had less than 20 orgasms ever with a partner.
The Doctors discuss how having a shared common interest with your partner, like a hobby, sport or even a love of board games can boost your oxytocin levels, which is known as “the love hormone,” and can help to bond people.
The Doctors discuss research which has found women are happiest, more sexually satisfied and more committed when in a relationship with a man 10 years younger. Also, find out whether/GYN Dr. Nita Landry would date a younger man.
A recent study found that women were the happiest in relationships with a man ten or more years younger! The second survey found that more women than you may think are into the "dad bod."
While talking about the surprising occurrence of therapists and patients having sex, marriage and family therapist Kiaundra Jackson shares with The Doctors if she believes it is ever appropriate.
The Doctors answer a viewer question about reoccurring troubled relationships. Is the viewer self- sabotaging her relationships and what can she do to improve her dating life?
The Doctors are joined by clinical psychologist Dr. Courtney Warren to help Didi, an audience member, with her breakup.
Clinical psychologist Dr. Courtney Warren is in the audience to answer viewers love-related questions.
Is sleep – or the lack of it – causing a strain on your relationship?
Could a clean house keep your relationship intact? The Doctors discuss a recent study which found that relationships are more successful when they include a cleaning service.