I tricked him into marriage — and he found out
Deceiving someone you don’t love into marriage is a bad idea, says Dr. Saltz
I’m a robotic lover, but she wants adventure
Dr. Gail Saltz helps an inhibited lover to step out of his sexual comfort zone
Money can’t buy love, but personality can
Dr. Gail Saltz advises a 53-year-old man who wants to learn new love tricks
Married woman: I’m attracted to my gay friend
One conflicted reader may be diverting emotional energy from her spouse
She doesn’t want a post-nup, but her parents do
Dr. Saltz has advice for a woman who’s stuck between her parents, spouse
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About Dr. Gail Saltz
Dr. Gail Saltz is a psychiatrist with New York Presbyterian Hospital, author, and regular contributor to TODAY. Her latest book is “Anatomy of a Secret Life: The Psychology of Living a Lie.” For more information, you can visit her Web site.
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