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August 16 — Shrink Wrap on Call! Director and producer Michael Pinckney & Lori Bizzoco from Cupid’s Pulse
August 23 — Shrink Wrap on Call! Michael Wechsler, director of Altered Minds & celebrity journalist Elizabeth Durand Streisand
August 30 —Let’s Talk Sex! Naomi Lewis, sex and relationships writer & Jack Myers, author of The Future of Men
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September 13 — HuffPost On Call! Women editor Alanna Vagianos and blogger Jodi Meltzer
September 20 — Shrink Wrap on Call! Alison Grambs, author and comedy writer & Bob Wheeler, author of The Money Nerve
September 27 —Let’s Talk Sex! Sex and relationship coach Karolina Tatarenkova & Rebecca Rosenblat, aka Dr. Date
The Olympics brings out the amateur commentator in all of us: That ball was in! She stuck the landing! His form is flawless! Awwww, love is love! He’s proposing to her NOW? If those last two confuse you, you’ve missed the fact that five Olympic couples have gotten engaged in Rio over the past week and a half (well, one of those couples was technically already engaged). And you’ve missed the alternating reactions of romantics and those who criticized the gestures. Dr. Greer shares her advice on Yahoo! Style.
Some say Ben Affleck is waiting to find out if Jennifer Garner wants to reconcile with him. Despite their divorce, they have remained close. According to a source, many people feel Jennifer is stringing Ben along and “making him jump through hoops.” They say she’s acting hot and cold, and he has no idea where they stand as a couple and a family. It can be very frustrating to remain in limbo and not know what to expect. Many people find themselves in this situation after a breakup or an attempted breakup. Sometimes the road to splitting up permanently isn’t clear, and there can be lots of fits and starts before either reaching the final end of a relationship, or deciding to give it another solid try. Why is it so hard for people to let go, sometimes even if they are officially divorced?
Read the entire article in Psychology Today, The Huffington Post, and Cupid’s Pulse.