Esther Perel

An interview with the "How's Work?" podcast host and popular therapist.
The two have been married for more than 20 years, but it hasn't been without its hiccups.
"In the past, I've been in relationships with men who had intimacy issues," the actress said.
Privacy, a new off-Broadway play starring Daniel Radcliffe at the Public Theater in New York City, contemplates all the ways in which the digital revolution has destroyed privacy -- and it mourns for its loss.
Esther Perel, the therapist and author of Mating in Captivity, recently advertised an "Annual Sexual Health Day Sale-50% Off
Listen, it's not that we think the Bad Boys are better than the Good Guys because we know they aren't going to be permanent in our lives. The thing is, they understand what we need and want and are willing to risk rejection in hopes of giving it to us.
Ironically, I have found most people who I consider to be of first-rate intelligence to be quite humorous, e.g. Robert Reich
For my top 2016 resolution, I've chosen imagination instead: imagination, fantasy, and a radical questioning of the status quo.
The concept of mothers doing something for themselves is revolutionary in North America. In other countries around the world, there is much more communal living, where the child has other adults to depend on.
At work, we show up 100 percent, are on time, are responsible, are proactive and intentional. Then, when we get home, we bring what Perel calls, "the leftovers". We're exhausted, we're on autopilot and even flat out lazy. No wonder desire and intimacy is dwindling with this way of showing up.