Ask Dr. Love News

Jul 12, 2014
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In my new article on Your Tango, I tell the my love story between my husband and myself. He was my soulmate and he never left me. Read the article on YourTango.com.
Jul 8, 2014
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Uncovering the Secret Payoffs that Guilt Tripping Provides In my first article on Guilt Trips, I explained how to stop being taken on guilt trips. In this article, I am going to help you stop laying guilt trips on others. Read the article on psychologytoday.com.
Jun 11, 2014
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How to use your ears to resolve relationship conflict God gave us two ears and one mouth so that we would listen more and speak less. On the road to resolving relationship conflict, listening is the superhighway. Read the article on HOWDOIDATE.com.
Jun 8, 2014
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Kiss Your Fights Good-bye Dr. Jamie Turndorf was interviewed by Healthy You! Radio. Tune in and find out how to stop fighting and improve your relationships! Listen to the show.
Jun 3, 2014
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Millions of couples throughout the world are all too familiar with the way their partners - particularly the male - distances themselves when heated relationship conflict erupts. The technical name for this conflict pattern is the demand/withdraw negative escalation cycle, or Husband Withdrawal for short. Left unchecked, Husband Withdrawal leads to more heated arguments that result in a pervasive attitude of contempt, which Dr. Gottman has found to be the number one predictor of divorce....
May 30, 2014
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They spill what they’re too nervous to share with you—plus what you can do to stop the bitterness. Read the article on redbook.
May 22, 2014
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Wifely nagging and subsequent husband withdrawal is the number 1 cause of divorce in the USA. Guest Jamie Turndorf, PhD, America’s ‘Dr. Love’, explains why wives nag, why husbands flee and how men and women can come together to stop marital battles. Learn the most common marital ‘fight traps’ and how to strip conflicts of anger and emotion so the two of you can solve issues calmly and rationally. Listen to the show on WebTalkRadio.
May 6, 2014
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I bet you never thought of a relationship as a living and breathing organism that requires care and feeding to survive and thrive. In fact, a relationship is like the human body. Consider the body: it thrives when it is fed essential nutrients, and it dies when it’s deprived of these nutrients. Read Dr. Jamie Turndorf's newest article on youcansavethismarriage.com.
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