by Good Clean Love Staff November 30, 2013
Tired of the endless dating game and hook ups? Don’t miss this enlightening conversation about detoxing your imtimate life with Dr Wendy Walsh, psychologist and author of the The 30-Day Love Detox. Listen as she shares this simple yet revolutionary road map to finding lasting love in a modern world. The 30-Day Love Detox Podcast melds scientific research, anthropological truths, and proven techniques to help you lift your expectations and reality to finding the love you want and give up the junk food guys…
Dr. Wendy Walsh is a leading expert and author on sex and relationships. Each week, she delivers insights into the psychology of sex, love, gender roles, parenting and other human behaviors on national television shows such as CNN, Fox’s “The O’Reilly Factor” and Investigation Discovery’s “Happily Never After.” As resident expert at DatingAdvice.com, no subject is taboo in her popular advice column. She brought her trademark no-holds-barred style to season four of the Doctors and the show was nominated for a 2012 daytime Emmy award. Dr. Walsh has written three books including “The Boyfriend Test,” “The Girlfriend Test” and the best-selling “The 30-Day Love Detox.” Dr. Walsh also lectures on evolutionary psychology and human mating strategies at California State University Channel Islands. She holds a B.A. in Journalism, a Masters degree in Psychology, and a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology. She has appeared on The Today Show, CBS This Morning, Good Morning America, The Ricki Lake Show and The View.
by Wendy Strgar May 22, 2018
There is no time like long summer nights to cultivate our uniquely, profoundly human capacity for pleasure, especially sexual pleasure. Our pleasure response transforms our relationship to each other and even to life itself. Focusing on pleasure not only changes how we see our opportunities for intimate connection, but also invites us into a deeper relationship with our erotic soul.
by Wendy Strgar May 17, 2018
It becomes hard to trust your own thinking when nothing seems to be working. The space between how I thought it would go and how it is going seems to widen in front of my eyes. Maybe most difficult of all is how often the undesirable outcomes around us spill over into our relationships, both at home and at work. An errant comment too easily turns into an argument. I become blind to my impact on people around me, caught up in the unresolved problems surrounding me. During times like these, we often underestimate the power of the choices we make and how it can create a path back towards what’s working or down the slippery slope of self-destruction, which my husband affectionately calls “flirting with the gutter.”
Here is my short list to making it better when it isn’t working at all. Each one helps you do the next one, so start at the beginning and work your way down.
by Wendy Strgar May 03, 2018