Ask Dr. Karen – Intimacy, Depression, College Friends, Therapist’s Gender

by Dr. Karen Ruskin on November 29, 2012

Topics such as; marital intimacy, depression, self esteem, college friendships, and the importance of one’s therapist’s gender were discussed during this month’s Ask Dr. Karen segment. This is the regular monthly morning segment on FOX 25 News Boston where this relationship expert; marriage and family therapist Dr. Karen Ruskin, answers viewers’ relationship questions LIVE on air with anchor Sorboni Banerjee. You are invited to view Ask Dr. Karen’s 5th episode on demand. Want a sneak peak into which questions were asked? Scroll below.

Questions Asked On ‘Ask Dr. Karen’ Segment #5:


IS IT POSSIBLE TO FALL OUT OF LOVE WHEN YOU ARE NO LONGER INTIMATE? AND HOW IMPORTANT IS INTIMACY IN A MARRIAGE?
-JENNIFER

MY NIECE SUFFERS FROM DEPRESSION, SMOKES POT, AND LIKES TO BEFRIEND BUMS. SHE IS A COLLEGE STUDENT BUT WANTS TO HANG OUT WITH DROP OUTS. HOW CAN WE ENCOURAGE HER TO MEET NEW COLLEGE FRIENDS?
-JULIE

IS THE GENDER OF THE THERAPIST IMPORTANT? I AM A STUDENT STUDYING IN THE UK AND AM INTERESTED AS PART OF MY COURSE, YOUR VIEWS.
-NICOLE

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