Dr. Seth Meyers

Posts by Dr. Seth Meyers

Dr. Seth Meyers is a licensed clinical psychologist, author, Psychology Today blogger, and TV guest expert. He practices in Los Angeles and treats a wide range of issues and disorders and specializes in relationships, parenting, and addiction. He has had extensive training in conducting couples therapy and is the author of Dr. Seth's Love Prescription: Overcome Relationship Repetition Syndrome and Find the Love You Deserve.

bad job affects your health and relationship
June 6, 2016

4 Ways a Bad Job is Bad for Your Relationship

During my training to become a psychologist, I did what every student hopefully does when they want to become a therapist: I got therapy of my own. One of the sayings my therapist used to routinely say was this gem: “Everything is related.” In other words, in one breath I could be talking about a […]

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The woman touches finger-tips to the mouth
June 3, 2016

Signs You May Seem Desperate (and 3 Confidence Boosters)

Everyone has had that moment where they ask themselves the most awful question: Have I become desperate? Odds are that, no, you haven’t become an overall desperate person even though you may be having a pretty desperate phase. Usually it’s someone emotionally or physically unavailable that unleashes desperation in you. While that may be annoying […]

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Man portrait in the city wearing leather jacket and sunglasses
May 31, 2016

Can You Tame a ‘Bad Boy’ to Settle Down?

Picture it: You’ve met a great guy but you can tell that he’s someone who isn’t yet settled and doesn’t seem to want settle down anytime soon. The problem? You want him to settle down with you! Is there something you can do to make him settle down? Keep reading and you’ll find that the […]

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dating someone with money
May 23, 2016

Dating Someone with Money

It sounds great on paper – dating someone with money – but there are special considerations to take if you decide to pursue or date someone who has a lot more money than you. Yes, dating someone with money has a lot of advantages in that he or she offers the prospect of having a […]

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Silhouette of young man sitting on sunset or sunrise. Confident teenage boy thinkig on cliff stone. Hope. Sadness. Freedom.
May 17, 2016

After a Traumatic Event: Starting to Date Again

More men and women than you know are seated on the sidelines of dating because they have suffered some sort of traumatic event, and they are dealing with the psychological aftermath. People experience major traumas every single day and there are all types of trauma. Direct Trauma First, there are traumas in which a person is […]

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cheap date ideas
May 12, 2016

Cheap Date Ideas: Dr. Seth’s Top 5 Suggestions

If you think you need to spend a Kardashian-style wad of cash to pull off a great date, you are falling hook, line, and sinker for everything movies and TV tell us about dating. I worked with one young man years ago who sent a limousine to pick up a woman for their first date, […]

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beautiful couple sitting in the cafe and having fun
May 11, 2016

A Couple’s First Fight: Don’t Overreact or Panic

Arguments are inevitable in relationships. I have found that the happiest long-term couples have occasional fights and they can return to normal pretty quickly. The key for any couple is to keep some perspective and to avoid getting too emotional when arguing. When you meet someone new, of course, the relationship starts with all sorts […]

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angry people
May 5, 2016

5 Signs You’ve Become ‘That Angry Person’

It’s true that some people are angrier than others, stuck in an emotional gear that negatively impacts so many areas of life. At the farthest end of the angry spectrum, picture someone like the character Jack Nicholson plays in ‘The Shining.’ Let’s all agree that this was one angry man! I have to wonder how […]

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giving compliments
May 3, 2016

8 Compliments Your Date Will Love (and Why)

Let’s be real for a minute. Who doesn’t love a compliment? Actually, let me be more specific: Who doesn’t love a really good, personalized compliment? A heartfelt compliment can light each one of us up like a Christmas tree as long as we trust that the words are genuine and truly specific to us. To begin, let […]

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controlling personalities
April 25, 2016

The 3 Most Controlling Types of People

Can we all agree that being controlling is one of the most frustrating traits a person can have, especially when it comes to dating and relationships? In all likelihood, you have dealt with at least one seriously controlling individual, whether it was a parent, friend, boss, or romantic partner. Controlling types can actually be appealing […]

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