Dr. Mike has hosted several hit television series, served as a go-to expert in relationships, brain health, addiction and mental illness, and can currently be heard weekly on Hay House Radio’s The Dr. Mike Show. Dr. Mike is featured in the articles below.
Most Women Want More More Sex In 2017, Survey Says, So Here’s How To Make It An Adventurous Year
With 2017 just around the corner, many people probably have their New Year’s resolutions in mind. Some may want to get in shape, others may want a better job, but as it turns out, a majority of women also have sex goals they intend to reach in the new year. According to a new survey conducted by reproductive health app Kindara, 71 percent of women say they want to have more sex in 2017.Read more on Bustle.com
11 Disagreements That Might Be The End Of Your Relationship, Because Some Fights Are Hard To Come Back From
Disagreeing with your partner is never fun. You might argue, say some mean things, and give each other the cold shoulder for awhile. But usually, everything ends up being OK. Some arguments, on the other hand, are definitely worse than others. And a few can even lead to the end of your relationship.Read more on Bustle.com
Don’t Break Your New Year’s Resolution Because of Your Partner
How’s that New Year’s resolution working out? More importantly, how’s it impacting your relationship?
Psychotherapist and relationship expert, Dr. Mike Dow, says sometimes setting new goals can set even the strongest relationships up for disaster:
(Dr. Dow) “All of a sudden, you have this goal, and maybe you are resenting your partner because you really want to lose three pounds this year and even though you’ve changed your ways, your partner isn’t and you feel like he or she is sabotaging you every step of the way.”Read more on Radio.foxnews.com
8 Amazing Things You Learn From Sober Dating
When “Let’s grab drinks” feels like a natural follow-up to “Hi, how are you?,” saying it’s difficult to navigate the world of dating while sober is an understatement, despite the fact that it’s estimated that about 30 percent of all Americans don’t consume any alcohol. While some are in recovery, an increasing number of women are going sober as a wellness and lifestyle choice. Still, there’s something daunting about the idea of dating without cocktails—for better or worse, booze can be an ally when it comes to awkward moments.Read more on Glamour.com