Whether you’ve been married for decades or are in a new relationship, Dr. Phil’s tips can help you spice things up in the bedroom … or somewhere else!
Dr. John Chirban, Ph.D, Th.D, a Clinical Instructor of Psychology at Harvard Medical School and a member of the Dr. Phil Advisory Board, is currently conducting a study to find out how people learned about sex growing up.
Learn why men and women are so different when it comes to sex and orgasms.
Just when he's ready to get hot and heavy ... all she can think about is getting some sleep. Find out how to get your sex life in sync.
Bob, a reformed voyeur and exhibitionist, shares tips to keep you out of the eye of Peeping Toms and flashers.
The FBI estimates that there is one child molester per square mile in the United States. Could that predator be in your home? Could it be your husband, your father, or your trusted friend? Is your child being groomed by a pedophile? Don't miss Dr. Phil's warning signs.
Ninety percent of orgasm problems appear to be psychological in nature.
What the latest research says about how often Americans are having â€” and not having â€” sex.
What really satisfies a woman? And why is sex such a big deal to them?
An anonymous caller asks Dr. Phil: "When do childhood sex games with your siblings become incest?"
Are you or your partner just not "in the mood" for sex on a regular basis? Sexless marriages are an undeniable epidemic, says Dr. Phil.
Dr. Phil speaks to a mom who is wondering if her daughter is simply rebelling by having a relationship with a woman. Is this behavior learned?
It's no secret: Sex is important in a relationship. So when it's on the decline, what should you do?