Here’s the next video in our blog series “Dr. Dana Answers Your Questions.” This week’s question is “Can a marriage be saved if only one of us doesn’t want a divorce/separation and is the only one willing to work at it to save it?” Get Free Marriage Help Today Please comment below the video to […]

When you’re struggling in a marriage, it’s perfectly normal to think in terms of direct fixes, of night and day changes in your situation, when in reality relationships don’t change that instantaneously. And while it may be frustrating to hear, the answers to specific “what should I do” questions are often much, much broader than […]

The government shutdown is all over the news these days – and on a lot people’s minds too. Regardless of how you feel about healthcare, where your political affiliations lie, or how these new, heavily contested laws will affect you personally, we can all agree that a government shutdown is not a good thing, nor […]

A new marriage study published by Pew Research Center shows that marriage rates are down across the country, from the number of Americans currently married, the percentage of people in this country that have ever been married. The statistics are very telling of trends in our culture, but why are the trends changing? Among the […]

Only recently have psychologists and marriage experts begun digging into the negative effects that pornography use can have on marriages, and relationships in general. The results of these studies are grim, to say the least. In our modern, technology saturated culture, porn is more readily available than ever before, and that is an extremely important […]

In a study published last year the Journal of Leisure Research, results showed that online gaming can have a negative impact on marriages. This comes as no surprise to most people, but the specifics are a little more interesting. This is especially prevalent in today’s age with smart phones streaming an endless source of distracting […]

Working on your marriage can sometimes be a daunting task. It can mean addressing serious issues or owning up to big mistakes, but strengthen your marriage isn’t always about overcoming giant obstacles or solving major problems. In fact, many of us might not be facing large-scale problems, but instead are caught in a cycle of […]

News outlets are ablaze with the story of David Letterman’s recent tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey. The interview (scheduled to air January 7th) centers on the Late-Night host’s recent scandal – the public admission of several affairs with various female staff members, including assistant Stephanie Birkitt. The affairs resulted in a blackmail plot by a […]

As the recent recession dug in, U.S. divorce rates started dropping. Not because everyone’s happier, mind you: We just can’t afford to split up. With our collective net worth down nearly 18 percent thanks to the downturn, who has the cash for a divorce attorney and alimony? If you feel your relationship may be in […]

Here’s the next video in our blog series “Dr. Dana Answers Your Questions.” Today’s question is from Nancy: “How do you work on a relationship that is long distance?” –> Please comment below the video to ask your own questions or just to let us know what you think.  We’re frequently shooting new videos and […]