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Celebrity stars shine so bright that we are puzzled when they fall. Shrink Wrap is here to shed light on all. Tune into Shrink Wrap on the News@7 every Monday at 10 a.m. and 10 p.m. ET (7 a.m. and 7 p.m. PT) to hear Dr. Jane Greer ‘rap’ about what we can learn from the trials and triumphs of celebrity relationships (As seen in Huffington Post, Psychology Today, Metro, Daily Buzz & more).


Up next on the Doctor On Call show is a new episode of HuffPost On Call, Dr. Greer’s exclusive radio collaboration with the world-renowned news source The Huffington Post! This week, Dr. Greer sits down with HuffPost Director for Millennial Outreach and former HuffPost College Editor Jessica Kane to talk about the latest headlines, news, and trends from campuses around the country. In the second half, HuffPost blogger and St. Lawrence University professor Ann Marie G. Halstead shares her Professor’s Points For Success In College as well as her unique perspective on bullying prevention in school and in life. Don’t miss it!

Tune in Tuesday, August 12th, at 2:00 p.m. ET / 11:00 a.m. PT at HealthyLife.net

August Guests

August 5 — Encore! Paul Selig, The Book of Knowing and Worth & Judy Flickinger, Spirit Matters: How to Remain Fully Alive with a Life-Limiting Illness (originally aired 5/6/14)

August 12 — HuffPost On Call!

August 19 — Bardi Toto & Renee Mollan-Masters

August 26 — Encore! Let’s Talk Sex! Dr. Yvonne Fulbright, The Better Sex Guide & Frank Kobola, Sex & Relationships Editor at Cosmopolitan.com (originally aired 4/29/14)

 


Aloha.com: You’re Healthy, They’re Not: Can This Relationship Survive?

You're-Healthy,-They're-Not--Can-This-Relationship-Survive-In a perfect world, your significant other would share all your passions, whether it be sticker collecting or skydiving. Unfortunately, that’s not always the case. Today, more people are becoming health and fitness enthusiasts. They develop an active, healthy lifestyle, and that’s fantastic! But what happens when you cross over to “the sweat life,” and your significant other doesn’t? Dr. Greer shares her advice on Aloha.com!

Women’s Health: Are Relationship Ultimatums Ever a Good Idea?
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Men’s Health: How to Have Multiple Orgasms
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Robin Williams: Why Did He Do It?

MTE5NTU2MzE2NDA2NDQ5Njc1As news broke that Robin Williams, an Academy Award winning actor and one of the funniest men in our midst, had apparently taken his own life you could almost feel the disbelief move across the country and the world. For those who had enjoyed his movies and television shows for decades, but had not followed his personal life closely, the news was unimaginable. And for those who have never suffered from addiction or depression, the reality of what he did is almost impossible to understand. Many are wondering, how could someone so successful, so funny, so talented, and so seemingly well-loved want to die?

Unless you live with the demons of addiction, it is hard to wrap your brain around what he might have been going through. Robin was known to have had a drug problem decades ago, with a relapse in 2006 for which he underwent treatment. Just last month he went back into rehab, though his rep said it was only to maintain his health. Drugs are often a way for people to ease their inner turmoil. Yet when they manage to stop using or drinking, that pain can run deeper than ever. Some may not have the skills to cope with it, and consequently may be left with an overwhelming sense of hopelessness, futility, and despair. Often addiction and depression go hand in hand. To add to the high stakes, when people do succeed in being drug free for months building into years, any sort of relapse can feel like they have caused irreparable damage from which it is hard to return. There can come a time when hope runs out and the idea of ending it all seems like the only relief from their personal suffering.

Read the entire article at Psychology Today and The Huffington Post.

Rita Ora & Calvin Harris: Working Together After A Breakup?
At one time superstar music producer Calvin Harris and British singer Rita Ora were a harmonious pair in love and in their professional lives. But last month Calvin used Twitter to announce they were no ... Read more

Lea Michele: Can You Leave the Bad Behind?
Glee star Lea Michele, who was devastated when her boyfriend Cory Monteith died from a drug overdose last July, has a new beau and she doesn’t seem concerned about rumors that the 29-year-old model previously worked as an escort. Sources ... Read more

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