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The Telegraph: Does your marriage pass the romance test? 20 romantic tips to perk up a long-term relationship
How romantic is your ­marriage? If this question makes your shoulders draw together in irritation at your spouse’s lack of chivalry and surprise trips to Venice, you won’t be alone. According to therapist and relationship expert Dr Jane Greer, countless couples complain that their happy-ever-­after ... Read more

Yahoo! Lifestyle: Divorce parties: Inside the trend that makes ending a marriage look fun
After all the effort that people put into their wedding day, the day they formalize their divorce can often feel empty and awkward — on top of whatever emotions one might have about the end of a marriage. That’s why the divorce party has become ... Read more

VICE: I Asked My ‘Woke’ Exes if Ghosting Me Was Feminist
I don’t assume that men with progressive politics automatically have a deeper respect for their sexual partners. Violence, abuse, and mistreatment affects women in every strata and facet of our society. But I was wondering whether the men who flaunt their wokeness, who use it ... Read more

Yahoo! Lifestyle: Ciara’s controversial advice telling single women to ‘level up’ has some truth, experts say
Ciara is almost as well known for her relationship ups and downs as she is for her music. Perhaps that’s why over the weekend she was inspired to post a controversial clip from Pastor John Gray that came from a sermon directed at single women. ... Read more

BravoTV.com: What Does It Mean For Your Marriage When Your Partner Wants Alone Time?
Last week, Twitter was aflutter with comments after Melania Trump shared her Christmas wish. (ICYMI, the first lady said: “I would spend my holidays on a deserted island, a tropical island” before adding, seemingly as an afterthought “…with my family.”) Dr. Greer weighs in on ... Read more

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

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 and modern reasons to argue about that therapists have never ... 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 pretty on point from the outside (and inside), science says ... 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, which analyzed OECD and World Bank data, based its rankings ... Read more

Women’s Health: The 3 Relationship Red Flags That Only Your Realtor Might Notice
When you’re searching for that dream home with your S.O., there’s another crucial person involved—your realtor. And not just because they help you with the logistics of your search, but also because they might have more insight about love and relationships than you realize. After ... Read more

Popsugar: Staying Is Not Your Only Option — Here’s How to Get Out of a Toxic Relationship
As someone who endured an abusive relationship for four years, I can tell you firsthand that leaving can often be harder than staying. Aside from the logistics you have to consider with a breakup, the love/hate dynamic of a toxic relationship further complicates the situation ... Read more

Popsugar: Expert Advice on Ways to Save Your Relationship — and How to Know If It’s Beyond Repair
How can you tell if your relationship or marriage is experiencing more than just a rough patch? We talked to relationship expert and author Dr. Jane Greer to find out. According to her, there’s a telling sign that you and your partner’s problems are beyond ... Read more

Brides.com: What Your Social Media Posts Say About Your Relationship
It’s hard to remember a time before social media, when our only means of connecting with friends, family and peers was through calling or writing letters. Remember when we had little-to-no access to our favorite celebrities who we now feel like we “know” thanks to ... Read more

The Sanity Snack: Not the romantic mushy-gushy type? You should still celebrate V Day
There’s no doubt that Valentine’s Day has become a Hallmark holiday. But if you’re in a relationship, not celebrating can be a statement of negativity, says Dr. Jane Greer, a marriage therapist and sex expert. Dr. Greer shares her thoughts in The Sanity Snack. Read more

Women’s Health: ​’My Partner Is Ready To Get Married And I’m Not—What Do I Do?’
If you’ve ever watched a romantic comedy, you know the drill. Boy and girl meet, fall in love, and all seems like it will be happily ever after. Then, there’s the twist: She wants to get married and he, the man-child he is, wants to ... Read more

PopCulture.com: 5 Ways To Spice Up Foreplay
Foreplay can be an overlooked activity for many couples before getting intimate. However, a few tips and tricks can take any couples’ foreplay to the next level and make for a heightened sexual experience. Dr. Greer weighs in on PopCulture.com. Read more

The Cheat Sheet: 10 Things to Do Immediately When You Find Out Your Partner Is Cheating
It’s called “falling in love” because you’re risking the chance of falling flat on your face. And when someone is cheating on you, that’s pretty much the feeling most people describe. Even if you think it might be happening and learn you were right, or ... Read more

HowHeAsked.com: Popping the Question or Waiting for the Ring: Who Has It Harder?
When you meet the one you’re going to marry, you see that person as your equal. For richer or poorer, in sickness and in health, your partner will be there to stand by your side—not above or below you, in terms of status. Yet as ... Read more

CBS NY: Seen At 11: ‘Words To Love’ By That Can Make Your Relationship Stronger
Many people tell their partners that they love them every day, but relationship experts said there are other phrases equally — if not more important — that can keep a relationship out of a rut. Dr. Greer weighs in on CBS NY! Read more

Cheat Sheet: When It’s Not Just Cold Feet: 5 Pre-Marriage Worries You Shouldn’t Ignore
Deciding to get married is a big step. Although you may be deliriously happy and excited about making wedding plans, you shouldn’t let the excitement cloud your judgment. Dr. Greer weighs in on the Cheat Sheet! Read more