There are plenty of excellent reasons to make your marriage the best it can be, from your own emotional wellbeing to creating an environment of stability for your children, and everything in between. If and when things get rocky, taking the necessary steps to rebuild your relationship after a falling out will serve the same

Today is the day! Dr. Dana is visiting the Steve Harvey show to talk about relationships, marriage, and overcoming the problem of bickering! She’s sitting down with real life couples to offer expert advice with a personal touch. Steve Harvey, the popular comedian, radio show host, fashion entrepreneur, author, and game show host, has been

This coming Friday, December 6th, 2013, Dr. Dana is paying a visit to the Steve Harvey Show to offer some insight on a topic many couples have trouble with: bickering. Bickering is a little different from “regular” arguments because it has more to do with general irritation than a specific topic. Bickering is when you’re arguing for

Recently, Jerry Seinfeld made a brief appearance on Ali Wentworth’s series Daily Shot. Over the course of the conversation, Jerry made a comment that can teach many, many couples a valuable lesson. Jerry told the host that he doesn’t fight much with his wife because he simply doesn’t feel the need to win arguments. Now,

The government shutdown is all over the news these days – and on a lot people’s minds too. Regardless of how you feel about healthcare, where your political affiliations lie, or how these new, heavily contested laws will affect you personally, we can all agree that a government shutdown is not a good thing, nor

While every couple’s marriage is unique in its own way, sometimes people face problems that others can learn from. With this in mind, we wanted to share a recent Q&A , in case you’re experiencing something similar (or know someone who is). Question: I’m confused. My husband has a short temper and gets angry at

You don’t like to get yelled at, right? Chances are, you don’t like to be backed into a corner, verbally attacked for your actions, or have the past held over your head. Chances are, your spouse doesn’t either. While disagreements are a natural part of any relationship, how you approach them can help determine the

Here's the next video in our blog series “Dr. Dana Answers Your Questions.” Today’s question is from John: “How do rebuild trust after it has been destroyed? Don't you have to have trust as the foundations to your marriage?” Please comment below the video to ask your own questions or just to let us know

All couples argue, but what are couples fighting about the most? According to a recent survey, money is the most common reason married or cohabiting couples fight. Of over 1,000 American adults polled in a national telephone survey, 27 percent of participants said that disagreements over finances were most likely to erupt into an argument

Here's the next video in our blog series “Dr. Dana Answers Your Questions.” Today’s question is from MJ: “We've been together 19 years. His family dislikes me and are coercing him to leave me and our two children. I get that they don't like me but I can't do anything about it.  I don't understand