Summary: Dealing with Jealousy in a Relationship

  • Name: Aliyah Moore SexualAlpha
  • Category: Lifestyle and Fitness
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Media Outlet: SexualAlpha
  • Deadline: 5:00 AM EST – 21 September

Query: I am writing an article about jealousy in a relationship, especially among married couples. Please share your thoughts by answering these questions:

  1. How common is jealousy in long-term marriages, and what are some typical triggers or situations that can lead to jealousy between spouses?
  2. What are the most significant challenges that jealousy can pose to the stability and happiness of a marriage?
  3. What are some warning signs that a spouse may be struggling with jealousy, and how can couples effectively identify and address these signs?
  4. Could you share some strategies or communication techniques that married couples can use to openly discuss and resolve jealousy issues in a healthy way?
  5. Are there specific boundaries or guidelines that married couples should consider establishing to reduce jealousy or prevent it from escalating?
  6. What advice do you have for spouses who are feeling jealous of their partner’s friendships or
    professional relationships outside of the marriage? How can they address these feelings constructively?

Requirements: I’m looking for relationship/couples therapists and experts. Thank you!

Summary: Mental health experts – Why would someone be better off single?

  • Name: Lauren Gray Best Life Online
  • Category: General
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Media Outlet: Best Life Online
  • Deadline: 9:00 AM EST – 21 September

Query: Hi, I’m looking for mental health and relationship experts to tell me a range of reasons that people might be better off single. Please share 4-6 reasons and a brief explanation for each in your own words.

Requirements: Please also share your full name, title, license, and a link to your professional site. Thanks!

Summary: Female Led Relationships

  • Name: Krati Mehra MindBodyGreen
  • Category: General
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Media Outlet: MindBodyGreen
  • Deadline: 10:00 AM EST – 21 September

Query: Hello! I am looking for expert opinions on Female-Led Relationships.

  1. What is a female-led relationship?
  2. How it can be part of a kink?
  3. What other types of FLR are there?
  4. Why do men and women seek such relationships?
  5. What are the pros and cons of such relationships?

Some other points of interest that will be covered in the write-up :

  1. What are female-led relationship practices?
  2. What is female-led relationship feminism?
  3. What is a level 2 female-led relationship?
  4. What is a female-led date?

Requirements: It will be great to get some detailed psychological insight into men and women who seek out female-led relationships. Seeking experts in therapy, psychology, and/or relationships

Summary: Is autism a disability?

  • Name: Susan Fishman Psych Central
  • Category: Biotech and Healthcare
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Media Outlet: Psych Central
  • Deadline: 12:00 PM EST – 21 September

Query: Hello! Please see my questions below:

  1. Is autism considered a disability (from social, legal, and medical viewpoints)?
  2. How do you discuss neurodivergence with a child with autism?
  3. Please briefly outline state government disability benefits people with autism can take advantage of
  4. How does getting disability benefits differ for children and adults (especially for parents with teens about to turn 18 — do they need to go through the process of conservatorship before the 18th birthday or will their child need to show financial responsibility, such as a job or paying rent, to get the full amount of disability)?

Requirements: We are looking for certified and/or licensed mental health professionals with experience working with people with autism. We will also need; your title and degree (e.g, PhD or MD), where you practice (town and state), license number (we won’t publish but it helps us know you’re active and licensed), and website (professional practice and/or academic site, no directories or stores, LinkedIn as a last resource). Thank you!

Summary: Licensed psychologists – Toxic positivity

  • Name: Breanna Mona Forbes Health
  • Category: Biotech and Healthcare
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Media Outlet: Forbes Health
  • Deadline: 1:00 PM EST – 21 September

Query: I’m looking to quote licensed psychologists about toxic positivity. Please answer the questions below in complete sentences and in your own words (submissions run through a plagiarism detector – plagiarized comments will not be published, and that includes your already published work)

  1. What is toxic positivity? (and how to spot it, etc.)
  2. How does toxic positivity impact mental health? (For both the person inflicting it and those on the receiving end).
  3. Examples of toxic positivity (including specific scenarios and phrases people may say. Please include examples of using toxic positivity toward yourself and others)
  4. How to respond to toxic positivity (from others and yourself)
  5. Quitting toxic positivity, examples of what you can say instead/how to catch yourself across a handful of common areas where toxic positivity usually pops up

Summary: Moral Code – Are pranks okay?

  • Name: Managing Editor Mass Appeal magazine
  • Category: Lifestyle and Fitness
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Media Outlet: Mass Appeal magazine
  • Deadline: 4:00 PM EST – 21 September

Query: Moral Code, Is it okay to discipline our coworkers? People sometimes fall short of demonstrating good character. Still, ethics and professionalism to get ahead in life, or are they? Moral Code explores society’s ever-changing moral landscape to determine what still matters, what has changed, and how to demonstrate good ethics in our lives daily. For this edition, we want to talk about pranks;

  1. Is any prank truly harmless?
  2. Who is okay to prank?
  3. Workplace and home pranks are quite common in adults but is it okay?

Requirements: Tell us your thoughts and we welcome specific examples. We want to hear from people who work in mental health fields, ethics, etc.

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