Another day another relationship study. When I was in University all I wanted to do was study sex and the opposite sex. Now 20years later, I still want to study sex and the opposite sex. The more things change… I did a study in University where we were sent into bars to determine what people…Details
So Vitamin D is even more important than previously believed. It’s now being re-classified as a pro-hormone as well as a vitamin. The sunshine vitamin has been proved essential in two studies this week. The first, as an increased risk for multiple sclerosis published in the journal Neurology. “Low vitamin D levels are a risk…Details
I keep looking for new ways to suggest to my patients on keeping your relationship spicy. I’m trying to come up with new date night ideas. Since my date night tend to be Sunday or Monday nights, I’m trying to come up with suggestions for my own relationship. I also encourage my patients to make…Details
Body Language is 85% of communication between partners. The top 10 tips for improving non-verbal communication with your spouse.
I love quick, simple, effective ways to improve relationships. I think everyone does. But I get turned off platitudes- you know the “light a candle- it will fix your romance problems” kind of pat advice. So I keep a running list of great suggestions that actually work. Quick certainly works on my radio show, and…Details
I’m rarely one to wade on on religious discussions. (Despite being the child of a Canadian Minister and raised in the church). However, you can’t help but follow some of the controversial science versus religious discussions happening this week. The first, is from Stephen Hawking. Hawking universally considered to be one of the smartest men…Details
I’m reading about the new diet fad. Eating pureed foods constantly throughout the day in baby food size portions. Apparently Jennifer Anniston is know to use it to keep her as slim as always. The Cheryl Cole chick from X factor wanted to improve her legs and started it. Think about mushing up squash, parsnips…Details
I was sent a copy of Sophie Dahl’s (the granddaughter of the great Roland Dahl of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory fame) cookbook and dismissed it as another British quasi-vegetarian (no beef or pork) cook’s favourite recipes. It was short-sighted of me. The truth is that Miss Dahl’s voluptuous delight is a love story about…Details
I’m hosting a murder mystery tonight with lots of great food. A little disorganized, a little off the cuff but with some great foods. Here’s the scene. It’s 1937, and you are invited to dine in the lush wine country of France. The evening takes a mysterious turn when the host is found murdered. All…Details
Marie Osmond has re-married her first husband. The definition of insanity is doing the same thing and expecting a different result.
So like many Hollywood couples Marie Osmond is re-marrying her first husband. “The urge to marry the same man has to do with over-romanticizing old love or it is that what pulled you to each other, the same chemistry, is there again,” says Manhattan psychotherapist and relationship counselor Irina Firstein. “However, more often than not,…Details
Well when was it? Remember when you were first dating? And you had sex ALL OF THE TIME! You would both go at each other like animals in heat—in the office, in an elevator, in a hot tub, in the car, or anywhere the urge hit you. Being sporadic creates an exhilarating moment! A new…Details