Up next on Doctor On Call is a new episode of Shrink Wrap on Call, where Dr. Greer is joined by author L.A. Justice and journalist Juliette Fairley. Don’t miss it!
Tune in Tuesday, July 19, at 2:00 p.m. ET / 11:00 a.m. PT at HealthyLife.net
August 2 — Shrink Wrap on Call! Encore!
August 9 — HuffPost On Call! Lifestyle
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
July 5 — Encore!
July 12 — Encore!
July 19 — Author L.A. Justice & actress and writer Juliette Fairley
July 26 — Let’s Talk Sex! Hypnotherapist and relationship coach Edrina Rush & Rebecca Rosenblat, aka Dr. Date
According to Deloitte’s 2016 Millennial Survey, about 20 percent of millennials are either the head of a department or division or have a position within their senior-management team or board. That, combined with the fact that 22 percent of adults 25-34 have used online dating sites and/or mobile dating apps, according to Pew Research, means you’re more likely than ever to share dates with your supervisors. Dr. Greer weighs in on Glamour.com!
Just weeks after her split with Calvin Harris, singer-songwriter Taylor Swift jumped right into a new relationship with actor Tom Hiddleston. Photos first began surfacing in mid-June of the two of them making out on the beach, and since then neither has been shy about flaunting their love story to the world. Considering how recently Taylor’s last relationship ended, these events have raised speculation as to whether this is simply a ploy for media attention, an attempt to make her ex jealous, or actually true love. Whatever the case, Taylor appears to be moving on. It raises the question, is there a necessary timeline to follow when recovering from a breakup? If so, how soon is too soon to fall in love again?
When it comes to getting over a split there is a general sense that you should give yourself some time to heal from the loss of what you left behind before you explore a new connection with someone else. Some say that moving too fast is a way to ignore the pain. The truth is, though, that everyone deals with heartache in a different way. It is a very personal journey in terms of how each person manages the sadness of saying good-bye to someone they loved or sometimes even still love. Some people withdraw and go into emotional hibernation, unwilling to put themselves out there for a while and risk being hurt again. Those people have no immediate desire to meet someone new or even contemplate their next date or relationship. For others the opposite is true, and looking ahead to a new romance is just what they need to survive the heartbreak. Taking your personal inventory of what works for you, figuring out your own equation of moving faster or slower, can be helpful in gauging the best way for you to deal with the end of a relationship.