How To Tell If You're a Fight Junkie & How To Kick The Habit Today
Renowned relationship expert and author Dr. Jamie Turndorf reveals how to tell if you're "Fight Junkie" or in a relationship with one, and how to kick the habit and break your chronic fighting patterns today.
May 14, 2012 (Newswire.com) - Dr. Jamie Turndorf, the popular relationship expert known by two generations of fans as Dr. Love through her award winning Web site AskDrLove.com, will be presenting "How To Know If You're a Fighting Junkie & How TO Kick The Habit" on her "Ask Dr Love Radio" show on Tuesday, May 15th, 2012 at 9pm EST.
Dr. Turndorf, author and creator of the Web's most popular relationship advice site since 1996, http://AskDrLove.com, has taken her free advice column to live Internet Radio on BlogTalkRadio.com. On every AskDrLove Radio show, she presents her acclaimed conflict resolution and relationship communication techniques, answers recent questions submitted to AskDrLove.com, and takes questions and comments from live callers.
On this week's show, she'll be discussing the fact that millions of couples are addicted to fighting and don't even realize it. The reason is because fighting provides hidden perks that include: paying back people who harmed you in the past, and even creating emotional space and distance. Join her as she helps you decipher whether you and your partner are, indeed fighting junkies! And, if you are, she'll be demonstrating her top techniques that will help you break free of this destructive relationship dance.
She'll also be putting John Travolta on the couch and diagnosing what psychological issues might be behind his recent alleged antics in massage parlors. This new "Celebrity Couch" segment of the show includes the most recent column from her popular http://CelebrityCouch.com Website where, in both articles and videos, she diagnoses the relationship, drug, sex, odd behavior, and legal scandals of celebrities, and then gives some of her characteristically humorous and often outrageously hilarious Dr. Love advice. For example, this week's segment on Travolta leads with "Men are Coming out of the Woodwork Saying that John Travolta Allegedly Put the Wood to Them!"
Over the past sixteen years, Dr. Turndorf has answered thousands of relationship, dating, and sex questions on AskDrLove.com, amassing what is quite possibly the Web's largest database of relationship advice. Of her decision to start her own radio show, she says: "I love helping people through my Web site, but I've also wanted to be able to reach out and help my audience in real time. I've done plenty of broadcast radio in the past, but with Internet Radio people can listen from anywhere they can get on the Web. And the shows are archived as Podcasts and can be listened to later. This allows me to broaden the reach of my mission and help more people foster healthy loving lasting relationships! This is my small way of contributing to making the world a better place."
Jamie Turndorf, Ph.D. is the author of the critically acclaimed book "Till Death Do Us Part (Unless I Kill You First): A Step-By-Step Guide for Resolving Relationship Conflict" and "Make Up Don't Break Up: Dr. Love's 5-Step Plan for Reconciling with Your Ex." Her advice has been published on the Web and in magazines nationally and worldwide, including iVillage, WebMD, Psychology Today, Match.com, Cosmopolitan, Men's health, and many others. She is often a featured consultant and expert on television and radio, having appeared on CNN, The Today Show, Fox News, Inside Edition, and more.
To find out how to overcome fighting and restore intimacy in your love life, tune in regularly to Ask Dr Love Radio at http://blogtalkradio.com/ask-dr-love. The link for this upcoming show is: http://bit.ly/LxBXAd. AskDrLove Radio is a one hour show starting at 9pm (EST) every Tuesday night. You can call-in from anywhere using any kind of phone, including Skype, while the number to call is published on the site's Web page and announced during the show. You can find archived shows on BlogTalkRadio and on iTunes. You can follow her at Facebook.com/askdrlove and on Twitter @ask4drlove.
Dr.Tundorf's advice and techniques will improve your love and sex life whether or not you're having problems -- but if you are -- be sure to tune in and even call in to Ask Dr Love Radio and get help from one of today's top relationship experts.