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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 (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 Let’s Talk Sex!, where Dr. Greer is joined by relationship experts Chris Seiter and Rebecca Rosenblat, aka Dr. Date. Don’t miss it!

Tune in Tuesday, February 28, at 2:00 p.m. ET / 11:00 a.m. PT at HealthyLife.net

March

March 7 — HuffPost on Call! Divorce editor Ashley Reich

March 14 — Encore!

March 21 — Shrink Wrap on Call! Janene Mascarella, editor of Celebrity Page & Lori Bizocco, executive editor of Cupid’s Pulse

March 28 — Encore!



  • February

    February 7 — Shrink Wrap on Call! Celebrity Page TV host Adreanna Walsh & author Gina Barreca

    February 14 — HuffPost On Call! Weddings editor Ashley Reich

    February 21 — Shrink Wrap on Call! Author Elizabeth LaBan & Darcy Sterling, host of Famously Single

    February 28 — Let’s Talk Sex! Sex toy expert Elizabeth Morris & Rebecca Rosenblat, aka Dr. Date



  • Glassdoor.com: 9 Conversations to Have Before Searching For A New Job

    2017-02-23 11_59_14-9 Conversations to Have Before Searching For A New Job   - Glassdoor BlogSearching for a job when you already have one can feel like a top secret, covert mission. While you shouldn’t announce in the breakroom that you’re looking to exit your current gig, there are several people you should talk to before launching your search. Dr. Greer shares her advice on Glassdoor.com!



  • Brides.com: Snooping Through Your Spouse’s Finances? Why You Need to Stop It STAT
    Here’s the thing about finances: Transparency about money, debt, and anything in between is crucial to a happy and healthy relationship. But talking about them just isn’t that fun — and can sometimes even lead ... Read more

    Monster.com: Q&A: Dating coach Dr. Jane Greer dishes about love and the job search
    Since it’s February and Valentine’s Day is on a lot of people’s minds, Monster wanted to get job search advice from someone who specializes in helping people find a different kind of right match—the people ... Read more

    RedbookMag.com: Here’s Why Men Really Cheat
    Okay, so here’s the bad news: Some men cheat. Not all men, but some men (and, hey, some women!) commit acts of infidelity. And when they do, it’s worth understanding why they do — not ... Read more

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    Kristen and Dax: Can You Cheat Jealousy?

    Kristen-Bell-GettyKristen Bell recently shared how her husband, Dax Shepard, was her wingman at the Golden Globes so that she could meet her celebrity crush, Riz Ahmed. This is a perfect example of a relationship where both partners are secure and completely trust that, even though one may find another individual attractive, it won’t challenge their fidelity. It’s natural to see others as appealing, even when you’re in a committed, monogamous relationship, but it is also important to remember that everyone’s physical appearance changes. People get older, sometimes they get sick. Beauty is not enough to sustain an ongoing romance. If you know in your heart that you’re always the most important person to your partner, then even if they have flirtations and/or a crush it will enable you to tolerate your partner’s attention or interest in someone else without feeling threatened. So how do you get the trusting feeling that equips you to joust jealousy?

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



  • Gavin and Gwen: Too Late To Appreciate?
    Gavin Rossdale discussed his much-publicized divorce from Gwen Stefani in a recent interview, saying it was the opposite of what he wanted and that divorce is “one of the hardest, most painful things to go through.” He also ... Read more

    Steve Martin: Forever Young?
    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 ... Read more

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