The Doctors discuss the findings of a recent survey where 12% of mental health professionals admitted to having sexual contact with a patient.
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.
In your bedroom, is streaming a bigger priority than having sex?
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.
Good news for single dads with a little more to love around the mid-section! The Doctors discuss a survey which revealed how many women are attracted to men who have a “dad bod” and it might be more than you expect.
Is your sex life lacking? Your phone might be to blame!
Have you ever fantasized about having sex with multiple people?
The Doctors and psychotherapist Dr. Mike Dow discuss how couples can safely and effectively incorporate sexual fantasies into their relationship.
The Doctors share a survey which revealed that out of 4,000 Americans between the ages of 18-87 the most common sexual fantasy is group sex!
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.