Anatomy of Movies and Marriage (Episode 176)

  “Couples Therapy” by Dan Piraro

 “Couples Therapy” by Dan Piraro

Doctors Brian and Giuseppe talk about whether watching movies together can help couples maintain their relationships, or if therapy involving learning relationship skills is a better way to keep marriages strong. Also:

  • How feelings affect the body
  • Depression and the relationships of pregnant adolescents and young adults
  • Do you already have the skills necessary to maintain your relationship?

It's all about the top three relationship and mental health stories this week on Family Anatomy.

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Note: Posts on Family Anatomy are for education only, and are not intended to replace professional or medical advice. If you need to talk to someone about family or mental health issues, you can get a referral from your family doctor. Doctors Brian and Giuseppe discussed kids and families in general in this episode, but every child and family is unique; your experience may vary from that discussed in this episode.