The Doctors discuss a study which found that pairing photo of someone’s partner with a photo of a puppy or a bunny led to feelings of happiness about their relationship.
You won’t believe what happens when the show’s cameras go “Inside the O.R.” as a 51-year-old woman has a large fibroid removed which left her looking 5 months pregnant!
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.
Psychiatrist and relationship expert Dr. Ish Major shares what he feels is vital for couples engaging in an open relationship, including how to handle a possible pregnancy or a sexually transmitted disease.
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.
Psychiatrist and relationship expert Dr. Ish Major joins The Doctors and share when he might recommend to a couple to test out an open relationship and when he feels it will not benefit a couple.
The Doctors discuss the concept of committed, non-monogamous relationships and if they can work for some couples.
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.