In The News: Couple & Family Therapy Program
You’ve memorized the curves of that face. You’d recognize that laugh anywhere. And to you, that voice makes the sweetest sound in the world.
Over the past few weeks, Carlos Martinez has been eyeing the news for coronavirus coverage.
With families around the globe on lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, some family lawyers are anticipating a likely rise in divorce rates.
Many people consider political ideology to be a fundamental factor in starting a relationship. This Thursday (5), Tinder revealed which politicians have their names most written in the app's chat conversations. The list includes several names outside the government, such as activists and lawyers.
Our rising sign. Politics. Our parents’ relationship. For better or worse, these things affect our dating lives. But maybe, just maybe, none as much as social media, which has introduced a whole new set of dating, pre-dating, and post-dating rituals and milestones that didn’t exist even a few years ago.
Katherine Hertlein is a professor at UNLV whose research and publications have been recognized with multiple awards including a Fulbright Scholarship. In this episode, she discusses how technology influences couple and family therapy and how social media, online infidelity, and telehealth impact the delivery of services.
While dating apps revolve around snap decisions, Hertlein says in-person meetings tend to be more forgiving.
Playing and interacting with his nieces convinced Andy he wanted to be a father. But when it finally happened, Andy, an executive in Texas, was surprised by how deeply and fundamentally fatherhood changed him. Andy used to be the kind of man who worked hard and played hard. “I worked 80-plus hours a week, and when I wasn’t working, I wanted to eat and drink.”
When a man becomes a dad, his body changes, his hormones fluctuate, his emotions swirl. The changes for new dads everywhere are nothing short of a second puberty.
There’s nowhere you can go to escape the political hell we’ve been living in since 2016 — not even on dating apps, apparently.
Thanksgiving can be a stressful time for many people because it can mean spending time with family that you may not get along with.
Elite Singles is an online dating service that claims to cater to those who are over 30, highly educated, and serious about finding a long-term match.