In this Ask Dr. Love radio show, Dr. Jamie Turndorf shows how to cheat proof a relationship by first understanding why people cheat in the first place. Armed with this knowledge, people can avoid the relationship failings that lead to infidelity.
September 9, 2012 (Newswire.com) - In this week's Ask Dr. Love radio show, Dr. Jamie Turndorf explains how to cheat proof your relationship. As she explains, "In order to prevent cheating, you have to understand the anatomy of infidelity."
When most people think of cheating, they assume that cheating is the problem when, in fact, it is merely a symptom of deeper relationship issues. Just as a headache can be a symptom of a wide variety of maladies, including spinal misalignment, hormone or blood sugar imbalances, food allergies, or even a brain tumor, cheating is a sign that something has gone seriously awry in the relationship.
As Dr. Turndorf will show, infidelity is merely a symptom of a deeper relationship disease, a form of malnutrition that results from partners not providing each other with what she calls "Relationship Essential Nutrients."
Tune in to this week's Ask Dr. Love radio show show to discover how to cheat proof your relationship by providing each other with the vital nutrients a relationship needs to survive and thrive.
Hosted on TalkZone.com, AskDrLove with Dr. Jamie Turndorf is a live one hour Internet radio program airing at 1pm (EST) every Tuesday afternoon. You can also call-in to the show and ask Dr. Turndorf for advice on any of your personal issues. And you can listen to archived shows at TalkZone and on iTunes.
Dr. Jamie Turndorf is a renowned author, media personality, relationship expert and creator of AskDrLove.com, the Web's premier relationship advice site since 1996, which now boasts thousands of articles on every imaginable relationship, dating, or sex advice question. You can follow Dr. Turndorf on Facebook and on Twitter @askdrlove.
Dr.Tundorf's advice and methods 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 the Ask Dr Love radio show and get help from one of today's top relationship experts. As Dr. Turndorf says, "Knowledge Is Your Key To Happy Relationships!"