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Is Divorce Deadly? The Christian Post Interviews Dr. Karen Ruskin

January 17, 2012

A new study connecting divorce and one’s physical health suggesting it is such a powerful trauma that leads to the question; “Is Divorce Deadly”, led The Christian Post to interview your very own, Dr. Karen Ruskin, to shed insight from a marriage expert’s point of view.

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Marriage is on the Decline

December 16, 2011

Marriage is on the decline. We see it around us everyday; divorce, divorce, divorce. “Barely half of all adults in the United Sates- a record low- are currently married”. Imagine this reality; the number of new marriages in the U.S. is declining as well, “and the median age at first marriage has never been higher for […]

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PEW Research Reports Married Couples at Record Low

December 14, 2011

This marriage therapist and relationship expert for 18 years has the answer as to why married couples are at a record low and it is not the easy answer often heard in the media. According to a new PEW Research Center analysis of the U.S. Census data reported in the news today married couples are […]

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Politicians and Infidelity – Is Cheating Preventable?

December 3, 2011

Politicians, celebrities, and infidelity, are these three words now a constant or have they always gone hand in hand for far too many? Is cheating preventable? Who is the current politician and/or celebrity talked about in all forms of media (TV, Radio, Print) about a present and/or past sexual indiscretion either with admittance to or […]

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Politicians and Marital Affairs- Should it Matter?

December 1, 2011

As a marriage and relationship expert I am often interviewed by various media outlets for my insights. Katherine Weber, writer for The Christian Post interviewed this psychotherapist for an article she was writing on politicians and marital affairs and the connection to voter’s opinion. Her article focused primarily on Newt Gingrich’s past affair with a […]

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96.9 Boston- Dr. Karen Ruskin’s Book Tour Continues

November 13, 2011

96.9 Boston Talks; The Joe Ligotti Show summoned Dr. Karen Ruskin, yes that’s me, marriage and relationship expert for 18 years – to discuss my newest book release: Dr. Karen’s Marriage Manual. This interview offered the listeners not only an opportunity to hear Joe apologize several times to his wife, as he scrolled through this […]

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1460AM WXBR Radio- Book Tour Continues – Dr. Karen’s Marriage Manual

November 9, 2011

Dr. Karen Ruskin’s book tour continues! Today, 11/9/11 I was interviewed on 1460 AM WXBR Radio Boston with host Francesca Bastarache discussing my newest release: Dr. Karen’s Marriage Manual. During this live interview I shared the results of one question from the married couples sex survey I developed of which is addressed in further detail […]

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Dr. Karen Ruskin’s Media Demo 2011

November 6, 2011

2011 is quickly approaching the end where we will welcome 2012. Check out a compilation of clips from my 2011 TV appearances entitled; ‘Dr. Karen Ruskin’s Media Demo 2011’. Clips include a wide range of topics, from my appearances on The O’Reilly Factor discussing hot topics such as; Occupy Wall Street from a mental health perspective […]

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The Cheater Meter

October 21, 2011

Don’t miss Dr. Karen Ruskin’s live interview discussing The Cheater Meter on FOX & Friends this upcoming Saturday October 22nd at 7:50am. Dr. Karen’s newest release: Dr. Karen’s Marriage Manual is a cutting edge book that includes a section entitled: The Cheater Meter, offering couples the opportunity to learn the 6 signs to predict if […]

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Wall Street Journal and Marriage – Expert’s Tips

October 10, 2011

Putting the Honey Back in’Honey, I’m Home’ is the name of an article published in The Wall Street Journal last week, the topic referred to marriage. This relationship expert agrees that greeting one’s spouse upon coming home, or even being excited to see one’s spouse after work is not happening in far too many homes. […]

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