Up next on Doctor On Call is a new episode of Let’s Talk Sex!, where Dr. Greer is joined by author Elaine Hodge and Rebecca Rosenblat, aka Dr. Date. Don’t miss it!
Tune in Tuesday, May 31, at 2:00 p.m. ET / 11:00 a.m. PT at HealthyLife.net
June 7 — Shrink Wrap on Call! Celebrity journalists Elizabeth Durand Streisand & Emily L. Foley
June 14 — HuffPost On Call! Divorce blogger Jodi Meltzer & editor Ashley Reich
June 21 — Encore!
June 28 — Let’s Talk Sex! Encore!
May 3 — Shrink Wrap on Call! Comedian Dave Konig & celebrity journalist Emily L. Foley
May 10 — HuffPost On Call! Healthy Living editor Anna Almendrala
May 17 — Encore!
May 24 — Shrink Wrap on Call! Journalist Alexis Christoforous & comedian Kerri Louise
May 31 — Let’s Talk Sex! Elaine Hodge, author of Stepping Outside the Secrets & Rebecca Rosenblat, aka Dr. Date
If you’re thinking about getting hitched, there’s a good chance you and your partner have some arguing to do. And we’re not just talking about who takes out the trash, puts the dishes away, or walks Fido at 5 a.m. We’re talking bigger-picture, make-or-break kinds of debates. Dr. Greer shares her advice in Women’s Health.
Recent images of Selena Gomez with Katy Perry’s boyfriend Orlando Bloom looking cozy together had people talking, but the women cleared it up quickly promising there was nothing inappropriate going on between them. Selena took to Twitter to endorse Katy’s quick response to the pictures. Katy addressed the drama surrounding the two of them, calling it a “dumb conspiracy.” While Katy is clearly confident there’s nothing going on with them, sometimes remaining secure in your relationship when your partner has close female friends can be challenging. It raises the question, is there such a thing as being too close to your girlfriend’s boyfriend, and is there a point when it can and does feel threatening?