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Relationship Doctor

Health-and-fitness • Education

Dr. Rachel Vanderbilt is a relationship scientist whose research examines how we communicate in our romantic relationships. On the Relationship Doctor podcast, she'll share evidence-backed research on how to live, love, and communicate with your partner.

Popular episodes

Why Is It Hard for Couples to Talk About Money?

Jan 5 • 10:54

Are you afraid to discuss finances with your partner? Dr. Rachel Vanderbilt, the Relationship Doctor, explains why talking about your finances is important, even if it may be uncomfortable....

How Your Bedtime Routine Impacts Your Relationship

Jan 2 • 08:51

What does your bedtime routine say about your relationship? More than you might think. In this episode, Dr. Rachel Vinderbilt, the Relationship Doctor, breaks down the science behind bedtime....

Should You Set New Year’s Resolutions with Your Partner?

Dec 26 • 18:18

In this week's episode of Relationship Doctor, Dr. Rachel Vanderbilt is joined by Dr. Nanika Coor of Project Parenthood and Dr. Monica Johnson of Savvy Psychologist for a panel episode on New Year's Resolutions....

What Gifts Will Have the Biggest Impact on Your Relationship?

Dec 19 • 11:18

Do you struggle to find the perfect gift for your partner? In this episode, Dr. Rachel Vanderbilt, the Relationship Doctor, breaks down the science behind why we give gifts and what research says is the best kind of gift for your partner....

“Picking Your Battles” Isn’t the Best Thing for Your Relationship

Dec 12 • 08:55

Fact: your partner will bother you sometimes. Conventional wisdom says to pick your battles and not sweat the small stuff, but in this episode, Dr. Rachel Vanderbilt, the Relationship Doctor, explains how that can actually have a chilling effect on your relationship....

Can a Relationship Survive Cheating?

Dec 5 • 10:10

If you or your partner cheat, is it the end of your relationship? Dr. Rachel Vanderbilt, the Relationship Doctor, talks about the complex issue of cheating and what it may mean for your relationship....

Is a Little White Lie on Your Dating Profile Okay?

Nov 28 • 07:08

Have you ever seen an online dating profile that makes a person seem almost too good to be true? In this week's episode, Dr. Rachel Vanderbilt, the Relationship Doctor, talks about how common it is for people to lie when dating online and when it actually matters....

The Surprising Health Benefits of Expressing Affection

Nov 21 • 07:49

While you might have guessed that being affectionate can improve your relationship's health, did you know it can improve your physical and mental health, too? In this episode, Dr. Rachel Vanderbilt, the Relationship Doctor, explains the health benefits of affectionate communication....

Where Should You and Your Partner Spend the Holidays?

Nov 14 • 09:08

The holidays can be a time of great joy and good food, but can also be a source of tension in our relationships. In this episode, Dr. Rachel Vanderbilt, the Relationship Doctor, provides advice on how to navigate difficult conversations about where to spend the holidays this season....

Which of These 7 Types of Love Defines Your Relationship?

Nov 7 • 08:13

Which of the seven kinds of love are you experiencing in your relationship today? In this episode, Dr. Rachel Vanderbilt, the Relationship Doctor, explains the Triangular Theory of Love and the three core components of love that are the pillars of romantic relationships....

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