Archive for March, 2010

Joey Renolds Show

Wednesday, March 31st, 2010

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Tuesday, March 30th, 2010
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Forbes.com: Will Sandra Bullock Divorce Her Cheating Hubby? Don’t Bet On It

Friday, March 26th, 2010

Kiri Blakeley, 03.26.10, 02:00 PM EDT

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Sandra Bullock is beautiful, smart, rich, talented and seems like a genuinely good person. It’s certainly baffling then that she’s been cheated on, especially since one of her husband Jesse James’ supposed–and most notorious–mistresses, Michelle McGee, is worlds away from the class act that is Bullock, who was raising James’ three children as her own. McGee, a tattoo model who has inked virtually every square inch of skin, even artfully posed for a photographer while licking a dagger and sporting a Nazi swastika armband.

James’ wife is, of course, a newly minted Oscar winner who, in an ironic twist of timing worthy of a well-written movie script, had been tearfully gushing about her supportive hubby at awards ceremonies for weeks leading up to the discovery of the betrayal.

TMZ and RadarOnline, among others in the peepshow media, are even reporting that James may be catching up to Tiger Woods in the quantity of affairs department, as a fourth alleged mistress crawls out of the chrome-cluttered recesses of James’ motorcycle body shop, which he seemed to use as much to tune up young biker models as to work on choppers.

The public, naturally, is behind Team Sandra.

“If you want to reconcile, Jesse, start by keeping your d*** in your pants! The same goes for Tiger and the rest of the infidels too!” is a typical public reaction, this one a post from Adrienne Smith on People.com.

“Sandra deserves so much better. Kick that arsehole to the kerb,” says Plixxx on Perez Hilton.

originally published at Forbes.com, Mar 26, 2010: Will Sandra Bullock Divorce Her Cheating Hubby? Don’t Bet On It

Dr. Beth Ericcson, Relationship 101 Radio Host, Marital Counselor and Therapist

Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010

“Drs. Lawrence Birnbach and Beverly Hyman have written a one-of-a-kind book called How to Know If It’s Time to Go. It helps people who wrestle with the question of whether to leave their marriage, or to stay.  A conundrum for anyone who faces this dilemma, it is especially poignant and dicey for couples where there are children involved.  In my over thirty-five years as a marriage and family therapist, I have never come across a book that is so thoughtful, thorough and research-based as this book is.  I give this book two thumbs up.”

Dr. Beth Ericcson, Relationship 101 Radio Host, Marital Counselor and Therapist

Dr. Judith Warren, Ph.D.

Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010

….I just finished reading the book [How to Know If It’s Time to Go] and plan to recommend it to several of my patients because it looks squarely at what constitutes a viable relationship, helps people assess their own, gives ideas to  improve  marriages,  or if that’s not possible, offers suggestions for successful navigation of separation and divorce.   The book is full of anecdotes to flesh out many situations that patients can identify with and a variety of topics which often cause stress in relationships.  Included are questionnaires to assess relationships.   Throughout the book, therapy is recommended to help resolve problems one way or the other.  I think that it’s an excellent adjunct to our work with both  couples and individuals struggling with relationship issues and that patients would find the book cogent, supportive, and best used in connection with therapy.

Dr. Judith Warren, Ph.D.
New York University, Post Doctoral Psychoanalytic Program