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Went on about it for months and used it to beat up the American Psychological Assn.
Personally I'm a fan of hers but I stopped listening because it did become tedious to listen to everybody who came on singing her praises.
Who do women turn to when they’re in need of a pick-me-up in their dating lives? These experts are all about giving women the tools they need to be smart, confident and successful in their everyday lives as well as their romantic relationships. In addition to teaching and training marriage and family therapy graduate students, she teaches the internationally-renowned undergraduate course Building Loving and Lasting Relationships: Marriage 101.
D., is a clinical assistant professor at Northwestern University, a licensed clinical psychologist at The Family Institute at Northwestern University, and the author of “Loving Bravely: 20 Lessons of Self-Discovery to Help You Get the Love You Want” (New Harbinger, February 2017).Either way, I like her because she doesn't buy into the "cause of the month" thinking that dominates so many other talk shows of all television and radio.I don't know that I agree with her all the time but for the most part I do.She's been relegated to a weak time slot here locally. Couples who lived together before marrying are more likely to divorce.Is it illegal to call yourself a doctor when you have a degree in physical education? Women who engage in sex outside marriage are "presenting themselves virtually as unpaid whores." All contraception is unreliable. Couples should not marry unless they have been dating at least 2 years.Of course, I came to my conclusions independantly but I was surprised to see that she echoed so many of them.