Tag Archive: couples

Anatomy of Jealousy (Episode 172)

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Doctors Brian and Giuseppe talk about how jealousy affects relationships and what to do about it.

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Anatomy of Love, Part 2 (Episode 118)

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Psychologists talk with Dr. Sue Johnson, author of “Hold Me Tight: Seven Conversations for a Lifetime of Love”, about how to overcome relationship problems and what you should look for in a mate.

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The Power of “We”

Researchers have contrasted couples that use “we” to describe themselves versus those that use “you and I”.

Anatomy of Three Things (Episode 97)

Psychologists talk about recent research, including the impact of witnessing bullying, the effects of having kids on life satisfaction, and the language couples use.

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Can Viagra Improve Your Relationship?

Since its introduction over 10 years ago, Viagra has become as recognizable a product as General Motors or Coca Cola. It is estimated that over 25 million men around the world have tried Viagra since its inception. Viagra, of course, is a drug that helps men with erectile dysfunction. After being introduced it immediately gained…

Is Your Male Friend Having Difficulty Finding a Life Partner?

Researchers at Oxford University have found that men who do more housework or take on more childcare responsibilities are more likely to be involved in co-habiting or marital relationships. The researchers surveyed men and women in 12  countries. A representative sample of 13,500 men and women, aged between 20-45 years old from each of the…

To Have or Have Not: Psychoanalyst shares reasons not to have kids

The cover of the August 3 issue of Maclean’s magazine (the Canadian equivalent of Time or Newsweek) presents, in large, bold type, “The Case Against Having Kids,” noting that, ‘They can hurt your career, your marriage, your social life, your bank book. Why bother?” The cover story coincides with the Canadian release of a French…

Married Sex versus Single Sex. Which is Better?

Popular belief suggests that single people have more interesting, passionate and frequent sex than married people. Is this true? Sex surveys consistently indicate that married people have more sex than single people. One could conclude that, this fact alone, settles the question.  Presumably, if you are having more sex, it must be because you are…