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Global TV Morning Show

  • September 13, 2017

    Relationship Education for Kids


    How do you approach the topic of relationships with your kids? A dad’s letter to his daughters’ prospective love interests went viral: I ain’t raisin’ no princesses. Posted by J. Warren Welch on Sunday, September 3, 2017   Today on Global TV’s The Morning Show, Jess and Jeff sat down to discuss how parents can introduce the topics […]

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  • September 8, 2017

    How to Move on From Your Ex

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    How would you react if you found out your ex was getting married? Would you be happy for them? Or would you harbour resentment? This morning on Global TV’s The Morning Show, Jess shared tips for moving on from after a breakup. Check out Jess’ notes and video below. 1. If the thought of your ex getting married upsets […]

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  • August 22, 2017

    The Science of Breakups: How To “Uncouple” With Compassion

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    Is there a right or wrong way to break up with your partner? Today on The Morning Show, Jess & Jeff discuss the science of compassionate break-ups and strategies for effective uncoupling. Check out the summary notes and video below. 1. There is science to breaking up. What do we know? Research suggests that there are five stages: Pre-contemplation: […]

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  • August 15, 2017

    Can Passing Gas Benefit Your Relationship?

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    This morning on Global TV’s The Morning Show, Jess discussed the act of passing gas in relationships with Carolyn Mackenzie. Are there any benefits? And how long do most people wait to fart for the first time? Check out the video and Jess’ notes below… 1. This survey included 125 people in their 20s and 30s […]

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  • July 25, 2017

    How to Deal with Frenemies!


    According to a U.K. study, 45% of people keep friends they don’t even like. But why do we do this? Do we aim to keep our friends close and our enemies closer? Jess dissected the latest research on “ambivalent friends” with Carolyn Mackenzie this morning on Global TV’s The Morning Show. Check out her notes and […]

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