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 (seen in Huffington Post, Psychology Today, Cupid’s Pulse, HowDoIDate.com, and on air at OK! TV).

Up next on Doctor On Call is a new episode of Shrink Wrap on Call, where Dr. Greer is joined by Joe Raiola and Paulette Sherman. Don’t miss it!

Tune in Tuesday, November 21, at 2:00 p.m. ET / 11:00 a.m. PT at HealthyLife.net

November guests

November 7 — Style coach Rayne Parvis & Karolina Tatarenkova

November 14 — HuffPost On Call! Women editor Jenavieve Hatch & blogger Jodi Meltzer Darter

November 21 — Shrink Wrap on Call! Joe Raiola & Paulette Sherman

November 28 — Let’s Talk Sex! Heather Ash & Dr. David Rosensweet

  • October guests

    October 3 — Celebrity chefs Chef Charles Carroll & John David Mann

    October 10 — HuffPost On Call! Style editor Jamie Feldman & blogger Amy Goodman

    October 17 — Shrink Wrap on Call! Rayne Parvis & Darcy Sterling

    October 26 — Shrink Wrap on Call! Sarah Galli & comedian Kerri Louise

    October 31— Let’s Talk Sex! Diane Kazer & Rebecca Rosenblat, aka Dr. Date

  • Women’s Health: The One Thing You Shouldn’t Do When Your Partner Is Going Through A Hard Time

    what-not-todo-for-partner-in-hard-timeWe tend to think that a sign of closeness with our partner is being able to talk to each other about everything, good and bad. But sometimes, the one thing you shouldn’t do when your S.O. is going through something tough is try to force them to talk about it—especially if they’ve expressed that they’d rather not. Dr. Greer shares her advice in Women’s Health.

  • BravoTV.com: The Top 7 Things Couples in 2017 Argue About, According to Therapists
    This year has been one filled with heated political battles, fights for women’s rights, and new technology to seize all of our attention. Because of all those things and more, couples have plenty of new ... Read more

    Martha Stewart Weddings: Think Your Relationship Is Healthy? Let’s See What the Experts Say
    You’ve think you’ve finally found the one who will listen to you vent about your obnoxious boss or will rub your feet after you’ve had a long, exhausting day. But even when your relationship looks ... Read more

    The Globe and Mail: Scheduling in some personal time is essential to individual and marital health
    Last month, Canada was ranked the fourth-worst country out of 37 around the world for work-life balance in a report released by Expert Market, a British-based company that compares business products and products. The report, ... Read more

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    Carmen Electra: Is A Bad Boy Good For You?

    Carmen Electra has revealed her ideal man is a “bad boy with a good heart.” She describes this man as someone who has been through a lot in life, and has had to work on himself. He is a spiritual person with a strong self-awareness, someone who has “worked all the steps” and is ready to settle down after experiencing all of the craziness of life. This is a common desire for women – wanting a man who is thought to be “bad.” This conundrum of falling for the rebel, the tough guy, and then dealing with the consequences that brings, has been around since people have been looking for love. What is it about that “type” that attracts so many?

    Read the entire article in Psychology Today, Huffington Post, and Cupid’s Pulse.

  • Jelena: When is the Old New Again?
    Jelena is back! Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez are officially back together. This is an instance when what was once old and finished can become new again. Rekindling a relationship in this way can sometimes ... Read more

    Gigi Hadid: Engagement Envy?
    Fashion model Gigi Hadid really wants her boyfriend, Zayn Malik, to propose after she found out her ex, Joe Jonas, just got engaged. This is a common response of feeling envious when your ex has ... Read more

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    Finding A Balance in Family Life

    Having a family to call your own is in itself a blessing. There’s a warm comfort knowing that when you go home everyday you have a loving husband that cares for you and beautiful children that make your life feel complete.

    But what about a healthy balance? Life can’t always be all about family. Deep inside there are  still your wants, needs, desires and aspirations. You may be taking care of all your family’s nutritional needs but are you taking care of yours? Do you make the time to meditate or exercise? One needs a balanced life even with family because you need to enjoy things outside the family structure too.


    Do you remember the things you loved to do the most before you got married? Maybe you loved to paint or write. Maybe you even designed jewellery or made clothes. Were you an arts and crafts fundi? Was reading your thing? What were the things that you enjoyed the most? Take the time to figure out the things you loved doing the most and slowly let them filter back into your life.


    It’s really easy to lose track of what you eat once you fall pregnant. Cravings make all dietary rules fly out the window and often those foods you craved during pregnancy will still stick with you afterwards. There’s no reason to not start eating healthier once you have an established family. You will also be a good role model for your kids. Take the time to find exciting recipes that incorporate fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean meats and proteins into your diet and your body will feel the effect soon enough. Supplements will also give your body the kick start it needs to start feeling healthier and more in shape. Read this Research Verified review here and find out more!


    Now when you think of exercise you needn’t think of circuit training and weightlifting, although those exercises are great for toning the muscles and strengthening your bones. There are so many things to choose from from swimming to tennis, aerobics, yoga, pilates and dance classes. There really is no excuse for you not to exercise. If need be, find a workout video on YouTube and follow it at home. Just wake up an hour earlier in your day and you will really be proud of yourself after completing it. The stronger and fitter you become the better and more confident you will feel about yourself.

    Friends & Socializing

    Remember how much fun it was to hang out with friends before you got married? Well now you have kids so make an effort to reach out to fellow moms. Often schools have get togethers and this is a great opportunity to connect with other moms out there and make plans to get together. You all have a common thread as being mothers now and will share similar interests.

    Meditation & Quiet Time

    Having a family is such a busy time in one’s life. You’re either cooking or doing laundry or running after the kids or just…..so, so much. Sometimes you just need to breathe in fresh air and have quiet time for yourself. Maybe there is a park close by and you can take a walk and relax in nature. Sometimes a hot bubble bath early in the morning or late at night surrounded by candles will help relax you. If possible, go to a spa and enjoy a relaxing massage occasionally.

    Balance is essential for a healthy and happy life and hopefully by following some of the tips here, your family life will find more balance! Enjoy the kids, the pets and your handsome hubby but don’t forget to enjoy yourself too!

    Contributed by Della Rodriquez

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