Up next on Doctor On Call is a new episode of HuffPost on Call, where Dr. Greer is joined by editor Alanna Vagianos and blogger Gretchen Kelly. Don’t miss it!
Tune in Tuesday, January 10, at 2:00 p.m. ET / 11:00 a.m. PT at HealthyLife.net
January 3 — Encore!
January 10 — HuffPost On Call! Women editor Alanna Vagianos & blogger Gretchen Kelly
January 17 — Shrink Wrap on Call! Dating expert David Wygant & relationship expert Darcy Sterling
January 24 — Shrink Wrap on Call! Non-verbal communications expert Jared Sais & orthopedic surgeon Dr. Ken McCulloch
January 31 —Let’s Talk Sex! Relationship expert Susan Winter & breakup expert Chris Seiter
December 6 — Shrink Wrap on Call! Lori Bizzoco, executive editor of Cupid’s Pulse & Alison Grambs, author of Here’s Why I Suck, Gramma… A Bedtime Story for Grown-Ups Who Need To Grow Up
December 13 — HuffPost On Call! Style editor Jamie Feldman & blogger Amy E. Goodman
December 20 —Let’s Talk Sex! Perri Teitelbaum, creator of LifeThruDivorce.com & multi-orgasm expert Antonia Hall
December 27 —Encore!
Everyone wants to make their partners’ days a little brighter and happier, but when life and everything else gets in the way, this simple relationship goal can fall by the wayside. But, seriously, don’t let it. Dr. Greer weighs in on Brides.com!
You’re never too old to have a child – just ask Steve Martin, Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood, and many other celebrity dads who are choosing to become fathers later in life. While there is no ideal age that is perfect for every couple, having children at an older age has many benefits and also a few possible drawbacks. And you certainly don’t have to be a celebrity or a dad to consider starting a family beyond your twenties and thirties. In fact, because of various reasons including being caught up in their professional lives, many people are realizing it doesn’t have to be one or the other, and despite focusing on their career for years realize they have not missed the chance to have kids. With that in mind, along with the current fertility technology and the possibility of adoption, many are pursuing that goal in their forties and even fifties. If you are in a new relationship with an older or younger partner, or you’re older and finally ready to enjoy the joy of parenthood, or you have kids with an ex-spouse but want to share that experience with a new one, there is still time. Here are a few things to consider while you contemplate this big life change.