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Dr. Noelle Nelson shares off-the-beaten path tips to improve your marriage. These are beyond the basics... find out what that means.By Hitched Media, Inc.
We received some new data from the U.S. Census, which exposes the changing dynmaics of marriage and relationships in America. Dr. Karen Sherman reviews the information.By Hitched Media, Inc.
12 Scientists and authors looked at 90 research studies and then prognosticated what marriage would look like in the future. Dr. Karen Sherman is on to discuss their predictions.By Hitched Media, Inc.
Researchers from UC Riverside looked at couples from same-sex and different gender couples and looked at how strong their social connections were. Dr. Karen Sherman exploes the findings.By Hitched Media, Inc.
A Japanese reseearch team found that spouses of those admitted to the ICU were more likely to suffer a cardiac event than spouses who weren't in the ICU. Dr. Karen Sherman explores the findings.By Hitched Media, Inc.
A new study looked at multiple surveys and found singles have more social contacts than their married counterparts. What does that mean? Dr. Karen Sherman discusses the findings.By Hitched Media, Inc.
Researchers from Stanford looked at how white women were perceived when they were in an interracial relationship. Dr. Karen Sherman discusses the findings.By Hitched Media, Inc.
A new study out of Baylor shows lower oxytocin in adults if their parents divorced when they were children. How does this lower 'cuddle drug' level impact marriages? Dr. Karen Sherman shares her thoughts.By Hitched Media, Inc.
In light of Oprah's interview with Meghan and Harry, Dr. Karen Sherman joins to dicsuss how non-royal families can handle family members who still say or act inappropriately.By Hitched Media, Inc.
We've always done things this way, why are you messing with it? Dr. Noelle Nelson explains why this can sap your marriage.By Hitched Media, Inc.
Researchers out of Sweden looked at the family use of alcohol of 300,000 couples and how the in-law use effected their kids' marriages. Dr. Karen Sherman discusses the findings.By Hitched Media, Inc.
New research suggests that when it comes to marital satisfaction, the person we choose to marry isn't as important as the relationship we build together. Dr. Karen Sherman explains what this means.By Hitched Media, Inc.
Researchers looked at a longitudinal study of couples married and not and asked them about their end-of-life happiness. Dr. Karen Sherman discusses what they found.By Hitched Media, Inc.
After AI analyzed what makes couples happy Dr. Karen Sherman explains what we can learn from the meachine's results, plus the caveats.By Hitched Media, Inc.
Dr. Noelle Nelson takes the common idiom and extends it to offer even deeper meaning and understanding.By Hitched Media, Inc.
Dr. Noelle Nelson offers the listeners a magic formula on how to stop arguments in their tracks... seriously!By Hitched Media, Inc.
Even if you're in isolation with your spouse doesn't mean that you still can't be lonely. Dr. Karen Sherman joins to discuss how this is possible, what this means and how to address feeling lonely in marriage.By Hitched Media, Inc.
A new study looked at 33 couples to see whether or not their marriages improved after they received a knee or hip procedure. Dr. Karen Sherman explains why that might be.By Hitched Media, Inc.
Some new research looked at the workplace impact of a good marriage and found that the benefits were good for the home and the employer's bottomline.By Hitched Media, Inc.
A toddler, a job, a pandemic... who has time for sex? Dr. Karen Sherman offers advice for a listener who wants to get her sex life back on track with her husband.By Hitched Media, Inc.
Without respecting your partner when they're trying to communicate all you'll engage in is monologuing. Dr. Noelle Nelson explains the danger and how to overcome this scenario.By Hitched Media, Inc.
The death rate of socially isolated people is twice that of those with strong social ties. Dr. Karen Sherman explains how marriage can help us live happier, healthier and longer when we come together.By Hitched Media, Inc.
A new longitudinal study has linked midlife stress to Alzheimer's disease later in life, particularly for women. Dr. Karen Sherman explains the findings.By Hitched Media, Inc.
New research shows that alcohol, tobacco and cannabis use dips in men who are married. Dr. Karen Sherman explains why that might be.By Hitched Media, Inc.
When the wife makes 40% or more of the household income it begins to stress out husbands. Why might that be? Dr. Karen Sherman shares her insight.By Hitched Media, Inc.
Deceptively simple ways to love your spouse that might be a little tricky to implement, but Dr. Noelle Nelson has tips.By Hitched Media, Inc.
New research shows that couples who have conversations about money have a happier relationship. Dr. Karen Sherman explains why.By Hitched Media, Inc.
A new study of moms suggests that dads increase stress levels for wives more than kids. Dr. Karen Sherman ponders why that might be.By Hitched Media, Inc.
A new study showed that parental leave had a positive effect on the marriage, but the time they took impacted the influence on the marriage. Dr. Karen Sherman discusses why.By Hitched Media, Inc.
Researchers have found most of us experience a U-shaped happiness curve and Dr. Karen Sherman joins to talk about how to navigate the highs and low.By Hitched Media, Inc.
Just like life, in marriage words matter. It becomes too easy to take our language for granted. Dr. Noelle Nelson explains why it's important and the words we need to focus on.By Hitched Media, Inc.
As the lockdown continues are spouses visiting dating apps? If you find out they have what do you do? Dr. Karen Sherman responds.By Hitched Media, Inc.
The U.S. Census Bureau has recently put out their results of marriage data from 2008 to 2018 and Dr. Karen Sherman and host Steve Cooper discuss the lata information.By Hitched Media, Inc.
Everything from starting a family to purchasing a home is getting postponed because of the financial fallout of the pandemic. Should couples be concerned? Dr. Karen Sherman weighs in.By Hitched Media, Inc.
How can we work through the cancelations of our vacations and get the mental and physical vacation we need during Covid-19?By Hitched Media, Inc.
So we've been stuck in quarantine for a while and it's having an impact on relationships. A new survey shares some insights and Dr. Karen Sherman joins to discuss.By Hitched Media, Inc.
We're not seeing smiles from friends and family. How is that impacting our communication ability and connectedness? Dr. Karen Sherman weighs in.By Hitched Media, Inc.
We know there's a bad side to regret, but what about the good side? How can you get over it? Dr. Noelle Nelson weighs in on all things regret.By Hitched Media, Inc.
Should we expect a spike in divorce after the lockdown ends? Is it ok to think about it? What can couples do? Dr. Karen Sherman shares advice.By Hitched Media, Inc.
A new study looks at the relationship momentary sexual enjoyment and marital satisfaction. Dr. Karen Sherman joins to break down the results.By Hitched Media, Inc.
A new study suggests that watching romance movies and then having a discussion afterward showed the same effectiveness as other early marriage relationship interventions like counseling.By Hitched Media, Inc.
Stress is beginning to mount as the days of self-isolating have tallied. Dr. Karen Sherman offers advice; and for those in need of extreme assistance a helpline: National Domestic Violence Hotline 800-799-SAFE (7233).By Hitched Media, Inc.
What do you tell your kids if they're scared? How to handle an economic pinch? Dr. Karen Sherman answers your Covid-19 related questions.By Hitched Media, Inc.
We're living in a strange new normal. Dr. Karen Sherman offers advice on how couples can not just survive, but thrive during this trying time.By Hitched Media, Inc.
A new study shows that men who get married and have kids dramatically reduce the likelihood of being involved in a crime. Dr. Karen Sherman discusses.By Hitched Media, Inc.
In order to build a better or happier marriage you need to communicate effectively. Dr. Noelle Nelson explains how meetings can help.By Hitched Media, Inc.
Penn State researchers found that a husband's perception of their wife's weight impacted marital satisfaction. Dr. Karen Sherman discusses.By Hitched Media, Inc.
A new study found that firefighters who had loving stable marriages at home were more stressed at work than those who didn’t. Huh? Dr. Karen Sherman weighs in.By Hitched Media, Inc.
Researchers looked at two independent longitudinal studies to gauge the marital satisfaction at the beginning of the marriage and over time. The answer isn't so simple and Dr. Karen Sherman says we need to look at attachment styles, among other things.By Hitched Media, Inc.
A new study shows cohabitating men and women see housework differently. Essentially women do more, men do less where men spend more time in professional and academic work. Men think this is fair and women don't. Dr. Karen Sherman addresses this difference.By Hitched Media, Inc.