Summary: Jealousy in a relationship – Couples Expert/ Psychologist needed

  • Name: Nicoletta Hrouzek Fraulila
  • Category: General
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Media Outlet: Fraulila
  • Deadline: 10:00 AM EST – 21 December

Query: Hi, my name is Nicoletta, and I’m a writer for Fraulila. I’m reaching out regarding a recent study about what influence different factors have on the type of jealousy (sexual or emotional).

I’m hoping to connect with an expert regarding the questions below.

The study can be found here:

Here are a few questions:

  1. What are your thoughts about the publication/findings?
  2. How to deal with jealousy in a relationship? Are there different approaches with regard to sexual / emotional jealousy?
  3. Can you be jealous and still trust your partner?
  4. Which type of jealousy is the greatest threat to a relationship?
  5. Is there anything else you’d like to add? Please provide your name, full credentials, email, and professional website or LinkedIn account.

Requirements: Couples Expert/ Psychologist/ Sexologist

Summary: Seeking intimacy coaches, sex therapists, and other sex experts to provide insight into dick pics

  • Name: Rebecca Strong Men’s Health
  • Category: Lifestyle and Fitness
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Media Outlet: Men’s Health
  • Deadline: 11:00 AM EST – 21 December

Query: Looking for answers to the following by 11 AM EST on 12/21:

  1. What’s the goal of sending a dick pic?
  2. Why is it so nerve-wracking to send a dick pic?
  3. What do a lot of guys get wrong when taking/sending dick pics?
  4. Please share at least a few tips for successfully sending dick pics and explain why each can ensure your photos are received well

Requirements: Source must work in a field related to sex or relationships

Summary: The Top Mistakes Couples Make In Their First 3 Months Together

  • Name: Anouare Abdou – AskMen UK
  • Category: Lifestyle and Fitness
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Media Outlet: – AskMen UK
  • Deadline: 7:00 PM EST – 21 December

Query: Hello, I am looking to quote couples therapists and relationship experts. For a chance to be featured, please answer the questions below.

  1. Why are the first three months of a relationship defining and important?
  2. Tell me about some common mistakes that couples make in their first three months of dating.

For each mistake, elaborate on why it’s important to be aware of this pitfall and what the consequences of making that mistake can be. Thank you!

Summary: Depression vs. Schizophrenia

  • Name: Hope Gillette Healthline
  • Category: Biotech and Healthcare
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Media Outlet: Healthline
  • Deadline: 7:00 PM EST – 21 December

Query: Hi everyone! I have a piece coming up on the link between depression and schizophrenia. I’m looking for quotes on:

  1. Can you have co-occurring depression and schizophrenia?
  2. How is this distinguished from schizoaffective disorder, depressed type, or major depressive disorder with psychotic features?
  3. What’s the main difference between schizophrenia and depression?
  4. What’s the recommended comorbidity treatment?

As always, I need a link to your professional bio page on a private practice site, commercial employer, or academia. I can’t use bios from general internet directories or competitor content sites. Thank you! I do prioritize submissions with the answers already provided in the reply. If you’d like to learn more about me and what I write, you can visit my author pages or LinkedIn profile:

Requirements: Mental health professional, please

Summary: The Psychology of Addiction

  • Name: Bill Jones Community Health Magazines
  • Category: Lifestyle and Fitness
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Media Outlet: Community Health Magazines
  • Deadline: 8:00 PM EST – 21 December

Query: I’m looking to explore the mechanism of addiction and how to break it, focusing not on drugs so much as things that cause physical dependence (work, spending money, social media, gambling, etc). I’m hoping to answer the questions…

  1. What occurs in the brain of people who are addicted to these, why do they continue to do them despite them usually having a negative impact on their lives or at least part of their lives?
  2. What is the potential harm that can come to a person or their loved ones when these are out of control?
  3. Are there underlying issues that make a person more susceptible to addiction?
  4. Why are these addictions/compulsions so hard to break, and how can this be accomplished?

Requirements: Psychologists, recovery and wellness experts, etc.

Summary: Signs You’re Dating a Psychopath (According to Experts)

  • Name: Jessa Claire UpJourney
  • Category: Biotech and Healthcare
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Media Outlet: UpJourney
  • Deadline: 10:00 PM EST – 21 December

Query: All great answers will be used, so please take the time to craft an in-depth and unique response. If possible, please add one or more headings to your submission. Overly self-promotional answers will be ignored. Please also include in your reply your full name, credentials and/or very short bio, square profile picture(don’t attach it, use a link), and website URL. Thank you.

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