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Introducing The Relationship Doctor

Introducing a new podcast from Quick and Dirty Tips with host Dr. Stephen Snyder!

By
Stephen Snyder, MD

Good relationships don't happen by accident. It's a lot more than just knowing when to swipe right. In a world filled with empty calories of connection, how can we make our relationships more fulfilling? I'm Dr. Stephen Snyder. I'm a sex and relationship therapist with over 30 years of experience helping couples. No matter what stage you're in—single, newly committed, or somewhere further along, I'm here to help you navigate the twists and turns of modern relationships.

In each episode, I'll tackle your most pressing dating and relationship questions. I'll show you simple, proven strategies to help any relationship—not just for now, but for a lifetime.

I'll answer questions like: 

"My boyfriend is constantly glued to his phone. What can I do to get him to look away from the screen for once?"

"My girlfriend gets upset when I talk to, email, or text other women, even if they're old friends or colleagues. Is she justified or is she being manipulative?"

"I've been single for awhile. I want to start dating again but my nerves always get the best of me. How can I be more confident on first dates?"

"My relationship doesn't feel exciting anymore. How can I bring back the spark?"

"My partner is moving across the country. What can we do to make a long-distance relationship work?"

"My partner and I argue about politics constantly. How do we continue our relationship when I know we'll never be on the same page?"

Stay tuned for answers to all these questions and more. Get ready to learn how to love better. From Quick and Dirty Tips, this is the Relationship Doctor. My first episode, "Understanding Your Love Language," drops August 5th. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, or wherever you listen.

About the Author

Stephen Snyder, MD

Dr. Stephen Snyder is a sex and relationship therapist in New York City and Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the Icahn School of Medicine. He's also the author of Love Worth Making: How to Have Ridiculously Great Sex in a Long-Lasting Relationship

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