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Continuing to inform the public and speaking about sexuality, relationships, and trauma is an important aspect of my position as a sex therapist and clinical counsellor. Check out articles & podcasts I’ve been featured in - Check back often as I’m always chatting and connecting with new partners to provide my thoughts and input!

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Elite Daily

The 1 Sign Your Relationship Is Over For Good, According To Couples' Therapists

“In just about every long-term relationship, there may come a time when things get tough and you ask yourself, "Is this really worth fighting for?" Hopefully, the answer to that question is yes and the two of you will work together to get the relationship back on track. But sometimes it's not so clear if the relationship is salvageable, and in that case, how do you know if it's worth fighting for or if it's finally time to throw in the towel? To answer that question, I asked couples' therapists for one sign that means your relationship is over and it's time to move on, and their answers were seriously helpful. For one thing, the takeaway is that most problems can be overcome if you both want to make it work, and if the relationship really is doomed, it's pretty obvious.”


evolution 107.9 - plugged in

Online dating

How do social dating apps like Bumble, Tinder, Grindr, and so on change the dating landscape? How does it affect both relationships and sexuality? Tune into this segment of Plugged In on Evolution 107.9 as I chat with Hannah Gorton about how I believe that online dating is impacting relationships, the good and the bad, and the future of the apps. Check it out here!


BUSTLE

9 “Bad" Relationship Habits That Are Actually OK To Adopt After The Honeymoon Phase

At some point in your relationship, you and your partner are going to make a few mistakes and develop a few bad habits. But don't sweat it too much. As long as these "bad" habits aren't super toxic or unhealthy, there's nothing wrong with having a few of them — especially after the honeymoon stage.

You may not be in the heart-pounding stages of early love, but the next stage is often even better because you can truly be yourselves — even if that means occasionally messing up. Here are a few bad habits that are OK to adopt after the honeymoon stage, according to experts.