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KLAS-TV: 8 News Now
January 24, 2022

With the holidays behind us, local experts say this is the time when many married couples consider calling it quits.

Metro World News
January 18, 2022

Expert tells the secret to rekindling the relationship

Business Mayor
January 15, 2022

While December may have been loaded up with coupley activities (Winter Wonderland, carefully choosing each other’s gifts, drinking hot chocolate by a fireplace), January can see romance drooping faster than that tree still lingering in the corner.

 

Big World Tale
January 15, 2022

While December may have been loaded up with coupley activities (Winter Wonderland, carefully choosing each other’s gifts, drinking hot chocolate by a fireplace), January can see romance drooping faster than that tree still lingering in the corner.

Refinery29
January 12, 2022

Fights in relationships can feel like brushing out tangled hair. It can hurt like hell, trying to straighten out all the snags and pulls of two people attempting to share one life. And the longer you leave it, the worse it gets, until all you’re left with is a matted clump of emotional mess you keep trying to avoid.

Yahoo!
January 12, 2022

Fights in relationships can feel like brushing out tangled hair. It can hurt like hell, trying to straighten out all the snags and pulls of two people attempting to share one life. And the longer you leave it, the worse it gets, until all you’re left with is a matted clump of emotional mess you keep trying to avoid.

Mashable
December 30, 2021

It’s the same routine each time. The initial feeling of dread that something isn’t quite right down there. The familiar sensation of burning that resonates from the urethra after urinating (or even just sitting down during the worst days). The frequent trips back and forth to the toilet.

The Brian Lehrer Show
December 27, 2021

This Christmas Eve, enjoy catching up with these recent conversations about connecting.

The Brian Lehrer Show
December 6, 2021

As families gather to celebrate the holidays, many singles and unmarried couples might face questions from family members about their relationship status.

Metro
November 24, 2021

There’s still a lot of shame and stigma associated with having trouble in the bedroom, but it’s not remotely uncommon.

New York Times
November 22, 2021

The holiday season can sometimes lead to uncomfortable quizzing from meddlesome friends and family members about when you and your partner plan to wed. Here’s how to respond.

Metro
November 12, 2021

Women’s health, and especially women’s sexual health, is still critically under-researched.